"Doing a procedure on one area will have ramifications across the whole arm. This is why I specalise in all parts of the arm."

– Dr. Manish Gupta

Dr Manish Gupta MBBS FRACS FAOrthA is an international expert orthopaedic surgeon, specialising in treatment and rehabilitation of sports and workplace injuries, chronic upper limb pain and joint replacement surgery of the shoulder, elbow & wrist. As a Key Opinion Leader in sports medicine, arthroscopic and joint replacement orthopaedic surgery, Dr Gupta is highly regarded as one of the world's leading surgical experts. Other experts look up to Dr Gupta for his outstanding guidance, original research, best practices and pioneering surgical techniques.

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Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

Your shoulder is comprised of three bones, your upper arm bone (humerus), your shoulder blade (scapula), and your collarbone (clavicle).   (Image Source: http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/top...

Your Full-Body Mobility Plan

Your Full-Body Mobility Plan

Regardless of how inflexible you might think you are, you won’t need to spend hours a day to reap the benefits. Mobility work shouldn’t feel overwhelming. Here are some mobility exercises ...

7 Essential Mobility Exercises

7 Essential Mobility Exercises

These days in the search for better flexibility, you’re likely to stumble across a bombarding range of different yoga classes and tons of new tools like bands and foam rollers. The assortment of...

Wrist Pain

Wrist Pain

Sudden wrist pain may be the first sign of a serious wrist injury or an underlining wrist condition. At MG Orthopaedics, surgeon Dr. Gupta works to treat a range of wrist issues including non-surgical...

After Surgery Care

After Surgery Care

Whilst Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Gupta (in collaboration with your GP and physio) will help guide and motivate you through your recovery, remember that everyone’s recovery process is different, an...

Treating Tennis Elbow

Treating Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylalgia) is the most common cause of elbow pain in Australia. Ironically the condition has nothing to do with tennis, with only 1-20 sufferers actually being tennis player...