Dr Mark Hile
Hand and wrist specialist
BE (Mech Eng) (UTS), MBBS (Univ. of Sydney), FRACS, FAOrthA
Dr Hile has researched and published articles on fracture healing and tendon repair. He is a director of the Peninsula Orthopaedics Research Institute.
Dr Hile is a specialist Hand and Wrist Surgeon with expertise in microsurgery, peripheral nerve surgery, arthroscopic procedures of the wrist, and all bone and soft tissue problems involving the hand, wrist and upper extremity. They include joint replacement and other procedures for arthritis, treatment of fractures, and tendon and ligament injuries.
Common procedures include carpal tunnel release (open and endoscopic/ keyhole), trigger finger release, Dupuytren's contracture surgery, joint replacement, wrist arthroscopy, ganglion excision, treatment of sports injuries including skiers thumb, fixation of distal radius/ Colles fractures, and microsurgical repair of nerve and artery lacerations.
Dr Hile serves the community by being on the staff of the Royal North Shore Hospital, taking part in the Emergency and Trauma on call rosters.
Dr Hile is married with three growing children. He is often on the sporting sidelines or poolside on weekends providing enthusiastic support. He enjoys a hit of tennis, or paddling an Epic V10 sport ski on Middle Harbour. When possible he also undertakes relatively controlled mountain descents while skiing.
Dr Hile has offices in Frenchs Forest (Northern Beaches Hospital) and St Leonards (North Shore Private).
- Northern Beaches Hospital
- Castlecrag Private Hospital
- North Shore Private Hospital
- Royal North Shore Hospital