About Mr Hayden Morris
Hayden Morris trained in medicine at the University of Melbourne and graduated in 1983. During basic surgical training, Hayden spent one year at the University of Melbourne as anatomy and physiology tutor.
Hayden underwent orthopaedic training in Victoria and was admitted to the Royal Australian College of Surgeons in 1992. He then undertook overseas study in Europe, Britain and the USA, specialising in musculo-skeletal oncology and knee surgery.
Hayden specialises in surgery of the knee. He performs over 1,200 procedures per year and is an expert in the traditional fields of knee arthroscopy, knee reconstruction and knee replacement surgery. He is also at the forefront of newer techniques, including autologous cartilage implantation and meniscal replacement, and has developed a new minimally invasive knee replacement.
Hayden is a director of the Melbourne Knee Fellowship, responsible for training overseas specialists in the art of knee surgery. He is also a regular presenter at local, national and international forums.
Key procedures performed:
Total Knee Replacement – partial and full
Richmond Football Club
Geelong Football Club
St Kilda Football Club
Melbourne Storm Rugby League
Melbourne Tigers Basketball
Australian Wallabies Rugby Union
Victorian Institute of Sport (VIS)
Melbourne Victory Soccer Club
Australian Netball Team – Diamonds
Vixens Netball Team
National Alpine & Freestyle Ski Team
Senior Tutor, Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine (CHESM), University ofMelbourne.
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS)
Australian Knee Society
International Cartilage Research Society
Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA)
International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Sports Medicine
International ACL Study Group
Asian Pacific Orthopaedic Association
Sports Medicine Australia (SMA)
For some of your post operative reviews you may be seen by one of Mr Morris’s surgical fellows. These are fully trained and qualified surgeons electing to further their knowledge and expertise in knee surgery under the guidance of Mr Morris.