Dr Ed Marel

MBBS (Sydney), FRACS (Orth), FRCSEd (Orth), FA(Orth)A
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Dr Ed Marel

Hip resurfacing, hip and knee replacement, arthroscopy

MBBS (Sydney), FRACS (Orth), FRCSEd (Orth), FA(Orth)A
Dr Marel has been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon since 1990, and is transitioning to retirement at the end of 2020. It has been a privilege for him to serve the great people of Sydney and the Dee Why area and the great people of Bathurst, Blayney, Sofala, Kandos, Hill End, Oberon and all the other surrounding areas.

To ensure continuity of care for Sydney patients and any Bathurst patients who need to have surgery in Sydney (for example those with considerable co-morbidities or particularly high operative risk factors for whom surgery at North Shore Private is appropriate), please refer to Dr Tristan Rappo at Peninsula Orthopaedics in Frenchs Forest. Dr Marel and Dr Rappo will be working together in Sydney for the next few months and after Dr Marel's retirement, Dr Rappo will maintain access to all his patient records.

Dr Lachlan Host, of Panorama Orthopaedics in Keppel Street is taking over Dr Marel's Bathurst patient records and will see any of his Bathurst patients requiring further attention.
Dr Ed Marel
Dr Marel has been a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon since 1990 with rooms in Dee Why for all of that time.

As Dr Marel's major interest has always been hip and knee replacement surgery, he now practices exclusively in the hip and knee area, performing hip replacement and hip resurfacing and knee replacement and knee arthroscopy. His research interests have. centred on hip instability and dislocation and acetabular cup orientation, he was one of the developers of the Optimized Orthopaedics hip and pelvis analysis and implant positioning system.

Dr Marel was a founding member of the Arthroplasty Society of Australia (hip and knee replacement surgeons) and was President of the Society in 1999 and 2000. He was an Orthopaedic Examiner for the Royal Australian College of Surgeons Fellowship in Orthopaedics from 2004-2012 and is past Chairman of the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry.

With Dr David Dickison and other colleagues he helps train newly qualified Orthopaedic Surgeons in joint replacement surgery through a fellowship with the Peninsula Otthopaedics Research Institute, a non-profit beneficial foundation.

Married with one adult son, he is a keen glider pilot who flies long distance cross country flights in the summer months.