Southern Highlands Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Southern Highlands Private Hospital specialist Martin Di Nallo

Dr Martin Di Nallo

MD, FAAOT, FRACS

Dr Martin Di Nallo is a lower limb surgeon with a particular interest in Foot and Ankle, Sports injuries and Hip arthroscopy.

Dr Martin Di Nallo is a lower limb surgeon with a particular interest in Foot and Ankle, Sports injuries and Hip arthroscopy. He has performed several highly-sought-after Fellowships in Foot, Knee and Hip surgery in Sydney at well recognised centres such as the Mater Hospital, Royal North Shore Hospital and the Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Most recently, Martin has returned from a mini-invasive Foot and Ankle Fellowship at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire in Bordeaux, France. This was done under the guidance of Dr Laffenêtre, former GRECMIP (Group of Research and Study in Minimally Invasive Surgery of the Foot) president.

Martin is a caring and empathetic person who is passionate about his work. He prides himself on always putting the patients’ best interests above anything else. Martin is cautious in his assessment and does not believe in rushing into offering surgical treatments before exploring non-invasive management. He believes in teamwork and patient centred care in order to achieve the best outcome.

Dr Martin Di Nallo has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals1,2, and has also presented at Orthopaedic conferences, both locally and abroad.

Martin has recently moved to the Southern Highlands with his wife.

Areas of special interest include:

  • Minimally invasive forefoot surgery
  • Ankle ligament repair and arthroscopy
  • Ankle arthrodesis and replacement
  • Sports injuries
  • Hip arthroscopy
  • Snapping hip and gluteal tendon tendinopathy/tear
  • Fracture management

1 Lam P, Lee M, Zing J, DiNallo M. Percutaneous surgery for mild to moderate hallux valgus. Foot Clin N am 2016; 459-477.
2 Gonzalez Della Valle A, Di Nallo M, Salvati E and Westrich G. One-Year All-Cause Mortality of Patients Diagnosed as Having in Hospital PE After Joint Arthroplasty Is Low And Unaffected By Radiologic Severity. J Arthroplasty. 2016 Feb;31(2):473-9.

Minimally invasive forefoot surgery Ankle ligament repair and arthroscopy Ankle arthrodesis and replacement Sports injuries Hip arthroscopy Snapping hip and gluteal tendon tendinopathy/tear Fracture management

Consults at :

304-308 Auburn Street Goulburn NSW 2580