Hip and Knee Orthopaedic Surgeon

Meet Dr Razvan Stoita

Dr Stoita is a highly experienced hip and knee surgeon with specific interest in minimally invasive direct anterior hip replacement, robotic and computerised total and partial knee replacement, complex primary and revision hip and knee replacement, lower limb deformity correction and anatomic knee ligament reconstruction.

Dr Stoita trained as an orthopaedic surgeon on the Sydney Northside Training Scheme of the Australian Orthopaedic Association. He subsequently travelled to London, UK, Hamburg, Germany and Annecy, France where, under the guidance of some of the world’s best surgeons, he completed advanced postgraduate fellowships in complex hip and knee surgery focusing on complex hip and knee replacement, revision surgery and sports knee surgery.

Dr Stoita has an established orthopaedic practice focused on hip and knee surgery and deformity correction around the hip and knee. He has particular interest and expertise in performing complex primary and revision hip and knee replacement. Some of the patients he manages have a prior history of significant bone and joint trauma with secondary deformities, bone and joint infections. Dr Stoita manages patients with failed hip and knee replacements, periprosthetic infections.


Dr Razvan Stoita No Gap Surgery at Hurstville Private Hospital
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Dr Stoita has embraced the use of new and modern technology in his practice. He was the first surgeon in NSW to perform a robotic total knee replacement using the NAVIO system. These techniques assist him in providing an individualised treatment to every patient ensuring best possible outcomes. Dr Stoita also has extensive experience and expertise in hip replacement surgery. He is one of the few surgeons who has been trained and routinely performs hip replacement surgery using both the minimally invasive direct anterior approach and the posterior approach.

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