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About Mr Michael Boland

Dr Michael Boland is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialising in surgery of hand, wrist, forearm, elbow and peripheral nerve in Auckland, New Zealand.

Gender: male

Credentials

Qualifications
MBChB (Otago) 1986, Dip Sports Med (London) 1990, FRCS (Glasg) 1991, FRACS (Orth) 1996, FNZOA 2008;
Secretary New Zealand Hand Society, Member American Hand Surgery Association, Kleinart Society, Auckland Orthopaedic Society

Training
Orthopaedic Training, NZ;
Hand & Microvascular Fellowship, Kleinert Institute, Louisville USA

Hospitals Practising at
Northern Surgical Ctr, Southern Cross North Harbour

Specialist Experience
Visiting Specialist, Rockhampton QLD 1996–98;
Director of Orthopaedics, Townsville General Hospital, QLD 1999–2002;
Chief Hand Surgery, University of Kentucky USA 2003–2008;
Award winning research into forearm, distal radioulnar joint function & ulnar wrist pain

Current Positions
Private Practice since Dec 2008;
Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland;
Honorary Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Kentucky, USA;
PhD Supervisor, Biomedical Engineering, University of Auckland

Services & Treatments

Areas of Specialisation
Hand, Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder & Peripheral Nerve Surgery

Description of Specialisation
Comprehensive surgery of hand, wrist, forearm, elbow & shoulder including Arthroplasty, Arthroscopy, Instability, Stiffness Release, Osteotomy, Nerve Repair & Decompression, Tendons, Dupuytren’s Disease

Hand Institute

Phone09 443 3469
Fax09 443 3436
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Street Address
Hand Institute
212 Wairau Rd
Glenfield
Auckland

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Definitions of Services

Hand surgery

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Orthopaedic surgery

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