Dr Joe Coory is an experienced orthopaedic surgeon with subspecialty fellowship training. He has an interest in surgery of the Shoulder and Upper Limb including Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair, Shoulder Stabilisation, Total Shoulder Replacement as well as minimally invasive nerve decompressions of the upper limb such as Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release.
After completing his Orthopaedic surgical training in Australia, Dr Coory undertook additional subspecialty training being awarded the prestigious Bateman Orthopaedics Advanced Arthroplasty and Trauma fellowship. During this time Dr Coory developed additional skills in complex reconstruction of the shoulder, elbow and knee. This included Tendon Transfers for irrepairable rotator cuff tears and managing both primary and revision joint replacement.
Dr Coory has significant research experience, with award-winning papers in both non-operative management of shoulder pain as well as operative techniques. He continues to actively contribute to research through his practice to ensure patients receive optimal outcomes and surgical techniques. He is a research partner with the University of the Sunshine Coast.
Having a personal interest in spending time in the ocean, Dr Coory has a professional desire to keep patients active and utilizes advanced recovery techniques to get patients back in action sooner.