Dr Anthony Keeley

MBBS, BMedSc, FRACS (Orth)

Dr Anthony Keeley's main areas of interest are hip and knee reconstruction and replacement surgery, trauma surgery and deformity correction.

Dr Keeley graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2000 and went on to complete his Orthopaedic Surgical Fellowship Training (FRACS) on the NSW Orthopaedic Training Program in 2009. Dr Keeley then embarked on post-Fellowship sub-specialist training in Brisbane. He completed two fellowships in pelvic and acetabular/hip trauma, complex peri-articular trauma, limb deformity surgery, and lower limb arthroplasty (joint replacement).

At the completion of these sub-specialist fellowships he returned to Sydney and began work as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon with significant sub-specialist expertise in hip surgery and knee surgery, as well as trauma surgery.

Dr Keeley joined the Sydney Orthopaedic Trauma and Reconstructive Surgery practice at the start of 2011. He has particular interest and significant experience in primary hip and knee replacement surgery, complex revision hip and knee replacement surgery, sports knee surgery including arthroscopy, meniscal surgery, and ligament surgery (eg ACL ruptures), trauma surgery and deformity correction.

Dr Keeley is trained in both traditional hip and knee replacement surgery, and also in modern techniques, such as navigated surgery for both hip and knee replacement, and robotic and imaging based patient specific guided surgery for knee replacement.

Dr Keeley participates in a number of teaching activities involving orthopaedic trainees, medical students, nursing staff and others. He is also involved in research activities in both the public and private hospitals he works in.

Dr Keeley welcomes both public and private patients and practices ‘known-gap’ affordable surgery at his discretion.

Dr Anthony Keeley

For appointments and enquiries, please phone 02 9587 4720 or email admin.drkeeley@orthotrauma.com.au


  • Kogarah (Mondays and Wednesdays alternate weeks)
  • Menai (Thursday AM – fortnightly)


  • Hip Replacement & Revision (minimally invasive approach)
  • Knee Replacement & Revision (robotic navigation guided systems)
  • Arthroscopic Hip & Knee Surgery
  • Knee Ligament Reconstruction (including ACL and Meniscus surgery)
  • Fracture/Trauma Surgery
  • Deformity Correction (Osteotomy)


  • FRACS (Ortho), 2010
  • MBBS (Tasmania), 1995-2000
  • BMedSci (Tasmania), 1995-1998


  • Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship, Royal Brisbane Hospital
  • Pelvic and Acetabular Hip Trauma Fellowship, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane