Dr Raj Reddy

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Dr Raj Reddy manages cranial and spinal neurosurgical conditions in adults and children. His special interests are in spine surgery, focusing on minimally invasive techniques and complex reconstructive surgery for trauma, degenerative conditions and tumours. In his cranial practice, he manages intracranial tumours, trauma and craniofacial operations.

Dr Reddy consults and operates at St Vincent's Private Hospital in Darlinghurst, Sydney. His other appointments are at Prince of Wales Public Hospital where he is the Head of the Department of Neurosurgery, Prince of Wales Private Hospital and the Sydney Children's Hospital in Randwick in eastern Sydney.

He also consults at Miranda in southern Sydney and Port Macquarie on the mid-north coast of NSW.

After graduating from Sydney University in 1999 and interning at Westmead Hospital, Dr Reddy worked in general and subspecialty surgical terms before undertaking general surgery and neurosurgery registrar positions. He commenced neurosurgery training in 2005 and completed this in 2009, becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons. During the course of his neurosurgical training, he participated in researching the radiosurgical treatment of cerebral arteriovenous malformations, and attained a Master of Surgery from the University of New South Wales.

Following a locum neurosurgery appointment at Prince of Wales Hospital, Dr Reddy undertook a fellowship in complex spine surgery at the Toronto Western Hospital, affiliated with the University of Toronto and working with leading spinal cord injury researcher Professor Michael Fehlings. During this time, Dr Reddy combined working as a clinical fellow with teaching responsibilities and clinical research. He also completed a fellowship in paediatric neurosurgery at one of the foremost paediatric centres in the world, The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.

He is a member of the Australian Medical Association, Neurosurgical Society of Australasia and the Spine Society of Australasia, in addition to international specialty associations.
Through his appointment at Prince of Wales Public Hospital and affiliation with the University of New South Wales, he teaches undergraduate medical students and trains neurosurgical residents and registrars.


Suite 1A, Level 7, Barker Street, Randwick NSW 2031






(02) 9650 4132


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