Dr Simon Chan graduated from University of Sydney in 1999. He completed residency at Royal North Shore Hospital, and went on to train in the specialty of Rehabilitation Medicine. He attained Fellowship of the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine in 2005, winning the Basmajian Prize for proficiency in the Fellowship Clinical Examination. His desire is to treat each patient holistically, with the aim of maximising his/her function through the treatment derived by the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team.
Dr Chan has specialist appointments at other hospitals on the upper north shore of Sydney including Sydney Adventist Hospital, Macquarie University Hospital and Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital.
Dr Chan has interests in rehabilitation of the older person, orthopaedic and cardiac rehabilitation. In conjunction with colleagues at Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital, he is developing novel techniques in ultrasound-guided interventions for spasticity and musculoskeletal conditions in the rehabilitation setting.
He also has the pleasure of working with Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis in his pioneering work with Osseo-integration surgery for Amputee patients.