Specialist Hand & Upper Limb Surgeon

A patient education resource to empower you to make the best decision concerning your hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder problems.

Dr Avanthi Mandaleson


Ms. Avanthi Mandaleson is an Australian and Internationally trained specialist Hand and Upper Limb Surgeon in Melbourne. She is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Australian Orthopaedic Association and Australian Hand Surgery Society. Her specialist areas of interest include all aspects of sports and arthroscopic surgery,  soft tissue and bone trauma management including microsurgical techniques and joint replacement surgery.

Avanthi and her team aim to work with you to provide world class communication, education and treatment to get you the best outcome possible for your problem.

“A good physician treats the disease, the great physician treats the patient who has the disease.”

Sir William Osler

Conditions Treated


Fractures, Dislocations, Fingertip Injuries, Lacerations
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Sports Injuries

Arthroscopy, Ligament Injuries
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Carpal Tunnel, Trigger Finger, Mucous Cyst
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The Upper Limb





Common Limb Trauma

Fingertip injuries

Fingertip injuries can be varied and include the following injury patterns: Low energy crush injuries causing nail bed injury High energy crush injury Sharp lacerations

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Simple cuts or wounds in the hand can cause injury to many critical structures such as nerves, arteries, tendons and joints which are in close

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Dislocations are commonly a result of trauma causing the joint to move out of its normal position and relationship with other bones. Dislocations can be

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Fractures are also commonly termed broken bones. They typically occur from traumatic injuries but can also occur with minimal everyday activities (read more- expand here)

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Contact me today!

Dr Avanthi Mandaleson

Specialist Hand & Upper Limb Surgeon​

For all appointments please call (03) 9456 9077

CoVID - 19 Update

Elective surgery is now occurring at 100% capacity. Patients having surgery are no longer required to have routine pre-operative CoVID swabs but still require screening prior to admission. If you are unwell or have been overseas, please contact our staff to reschedule your appointment or surgery.