Dr Angus Moxon is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in lower limb conditions, particularly those of the knee, foot and ankle. Highlighting his expertise in this area, Dr Moxon is one of a select few surgeons in Queensland regularly performing minimally invasive foot surgery; an approach designed to minimise recovery time and the risk of infection.
Committed to excellence in his field, Dr Moxon honed his skills in lower limb surgery through spending time with respected knee, foot and ankle specialists in Australia and overseas, and worked regularly with Dr Terry Saxby, one of the most highly regarded foot and ankle surgeons in Australia, for almost 2 years.
Dr Moxon’s previous experience as a Physiotherapist provides him with unique insight into the effects of musculoskeletal conditions on patient mobility and daily functioning and allows him to provide superior guidance regarding patient rehabilitation following surgery. With a strong belief in patient-focused care, he strives to minimise patient recovery time and maximise patient independence.
After completing his specialist training in Queensland, Dr Moxon was appointed to the role of Deputy Director of Orthopaedics at Ipswich Hospital, and was subsequently promoted to Director in July 2016, a position he held for nearly 5 years. He enjoyed that position as it afforded him the opportunity to assist in the training of the next generation of Orthopaedic surgeons and to advocate for excellence in Orthopaedic surgical services for the community within the public setting.
Dr Moxon is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons and a member of the Australian Orthopaedic Association and Australian Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. He is also a member of GRECMIP; an international group for research and study into minimally invasive surgery of the foot, after completing their advanced training course in Madrid.
When not at work, Angus is a dedicated family man, prioritising quality time with his wife and three children. He also enjoys basketball, golf and is an avid rugby union supporter.