Dr Nicholas Tsai is an orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in spine, hip, knee and trauma. He has more than 15 years of clinical experience to underpin his goal to provide you with personalised care.
MBBS - Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
FRACS(Orth)- Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
AOSpine Fellowship 2009
Woden Specialist Medical Centre, Level 2, 90 Corinna St Woden
Young District Medical Centre, Young, Regional NSW
Dr Tsai is a graduate of Sydney University. He completed Australia Orthopaedics training in 2009.
Dr Tsai has worked in major hospitals in Sydney, including The Spinal Unit at Prince of Wales Hospital and Sydney Children’s Hospital. He also undertook an international AO Spine Fellowship in Shanghai in 2010 for his subspecialty interest in the spine, including management of degenerative lumbar conditions and spinal trauma. He is a fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) and is affiliated with the Taiwanese Orthopaedic Association.
In addition to spine Dr Tsai has experience and expertise in orthopaedic trauma and conditions of the hip and knee including but not limited to hip and knee arthroplasty.
He is committed to providing first class care to the community both in private and public sectors.
Dr Nicholas Tsai is supported by his personal assistant, Jeanie. She has worked with Dr Tsai for the last thee years and takes great pride in providing friendly and efficient assistance to our patients. Jeanie is assisted by Alyson, who also brings a depth of medical administration experience to our practice.
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Dr Tsai consultation with private and public patients in his rooms at Woden and Young.
Urgent trauma appointments are available, along with fast-tracked surgery dates, when required.
He operates on Private patients at Calvary John James and National Capital Private Hospitals.
He also contributes to Canberra’s Emergency On-Call Roster and manages public clinics at Canberra Hospital.