Dr Deepak Cheriachan

MBBS FRACS (Orth) FAOrthA

Deepak Cheriachan is an Australian trained Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in Shoulder, Elbow and Trauma surgery. He has a special interest in reconstructive and arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and elbow.

Deepak grew up on the south coast of NSW and after completing his schooling in Nowra, Deepak went on to complete his medical degree at the University of Western Australia. He completed his orthopaedic training in the Australian Orthopaedic Associations (AOA) New South Wales Northside training program. 

Deepak completed two fellowships after completing his orthopaedic training. Firstly, a Trauma Fellowship locally at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. Following that he completed a second fellowship at The Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA. Here, he trained in complex shoulder and elbow surgery, with a focus on reconstructive and arthroscopic techniques. The Cleveland Clinic is a world-renowned hospital with exceptional surgical training facilities and is the number 2 ranked hospital in the USA.

Our Unique Approach

We appreciate that everyone experiences shoulder, elbow, biceps and hand conditions differently. As a specialists, we work to understanding your condition, lifestyle and what is most important. This approach allows us to plan for optimal results. Whether that is getting you back on the field, back to work or regaining your independence. It starts with careful assessment, accurate diagnosis and efficient treatment. Our focus on recovery and rehabilitation aims to make the most of the treatment and ultimately improve your quality of life. 

Step 1
Assessment​

We assess your physical condition and the affect on lifestyle.

Step 2
Diagnosis

We accurately diagnose and investigate contributing factors.

Step 3
Treatment

Treatments are recommended on achieving optimal results.

Step 4
Recovery

Tailored rehabilitation reduces discomfort and improves recovery.

Preparing for your visit

Dr Cheriachan consults from Norwest on Wednesdays and Blacktown on Mondays and Thursdays.

Your first visit will be used to carefully assess your condition as well as gathering all related health information. It is important that you bring all relevant documents including scans and x-rays. We also ask that you wear clothing that allows freedom of movement as your visit will include a physical examination.