Greggory Burrow specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the shoulder and the knee and orthopaedic trauma.
Dr. Greggory Burrow graduated from the University of Sydney Medical School and completed internship and residency at RPA Hospital Sydney. As part of his medical school training he was sponsored by the Royal Australian Navy and began service in 1990 including 6 months at sea with fleet units deployed in South East Asia.
After obtaining his Fellowship in Orthopaedics in 1996 Dr Burrow returned to the Navy to complete his service obligation. He then completed Fellowships in Shoulder Surgery both locally with Dr Des Bokor at the Western Sydney Orthopaedic Associates, and in the United Kingdom at Epsom & Guildford Hospitals, Surrey.
Dr Burrow has been involved in research studying shoulder instability in sportsmen, elbow arthritis and clavicle fracture trauma, presenting at state and national meetings.