About Us - Advanced Surgery

Advanced Surgery

Dr Moloney has always kept up with new and emerging technology for spinal surgery.

He is currently using the Mazor robotic arm at Wollongong Private Hospital for complex spinal surgery.  This allows him to map out the exact place to insert the pedicle screws into a patient's spine and takes a lot of the guesswork out of it making the operation much safer for the patient.  Dr Moloney previously performed the same types of operations, however, with the Mazor robotic arm it means that he can be confident about placing screws in a patient's spine  further up the spine where the pedicles decrease in size and it gets a lot trickier.  This exciting technology is making life easier for the surgeons and decreasing the chance of complications later on for the patient which is great for everyone. 

Dr Moloney operates in some of the most well-equipped hospitals in Australia. His patients benefit from leading-edge technology in the hands of an experienced practitioner.

Our Locations

Sydney

Tel (02) 4228 0460
5 Lord Street
Roseville NSW 2069

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Wollongong

Tel (02) 4228 0460
Level 5, 85 Smith Street
Wollongong NSW 2500

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Bowral

Tel (02) 4228 0460
21 St Judes Street
Bowral NSW 2576

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Goulburn

Tel (02) 4228 0460
5 Fenwick Crescent
Goulburn NSW 2580

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Recent Blog Posts

Spinal Surgery - It's a Team Sport!

Spinal Surgery - It's a Team Sport!

There are so many things to think about if you have been told you need a spinal operation.  You are given a lot of new information usually in a short space of time and are struggling to accept the fact that you need major surgery and are dealing with all...

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Online Appointments

Online Appointments

We are happy to offer our patients the opportunity to make appointments through our website.  We have had this function available previously but it is now integrated which means that there are a lot more appointments available as the My Health 1st system takes the appointment times directly from our practice software and we are notified when a patient makes an appointment.

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Medicinal Marijuana

Medicinal Marijuana

There has been a lot of talk about cannabis being used to treat chronic pain and a lot of other ailments for a long time.  In Australia we are actually getting a lot closer to it becoming available now.

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Q & A with Dr Michael Davies

Q & A with Dr Michael Davies

What does a Neurosurgeon/Pain Management Specialist do?

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Investigations

Investigations

It's important to have the right investigations to diagnose exactly what your problem is.  Each different investigation has a specific purpose and is to either rule out or confirm a diagnosis.  The various investigations that we use to determine a problem in the spine are set out below.

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Where is my pain coming from?

Where is my pain coming from?

If a spinal condition is associated with a pinched nerve the pain often radiates into other areas of the body.  A Neurosurgeon can often diagnose a spinal condition based on where the pain is going to more so than where the problem is actually originating.

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Mindfulness - What's it all About?

Mindfulness - What's it all About?

Mindfulness, mindfulness, mindfulness.  I keep seeing this word.  I thought it was time I had a look into it.Mindfulness is just what it sounds like.  Being more self-aware and living in the moment.  The practice of mindfulness is being fully aware of your surroundings and quieting all the noise and just focusing on what is happening right then.

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2017 Christmas Wrap Up!

2017 Christmas Wrap Up!

2017 has been an exciting year in Dr Moloney's office.

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Illawarra Mercury Article - Wollongong Private Hospital Neurosurgery 6-12-17

Illawarra Mercury Article - Wollongong Private Hospital Neurosurgery 6-12-17

Dr Moloney was interviewed for an article in the Illawarra Mercury regarding the great technology being utilised for spinal surgery at Wollongong Private Hospital.  Some interesting insight into back pain and spinal surgery.

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MRI Scans - What You Need To Know

MRI Scans - What You Need To Know

What is an MRI Scan?MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging.  Without getting too technical this means that the MRI machine uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to create detailed images of tissues in the body.

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