After graduating from the University of Adelaide in with a Bachelor of Medicine in 2003, Dr Graff completed a Masters of Human Movement Science through Central Queensland University, in research involving patients with total knee replacements. Dr Graff has had national and international training, completing her orthopaedic training in Victoria, South Australia and the UK. She obtained Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, England in 2013 after having worked at the Royal London Hospital for over two years, in Paediatric Orthopaedics and Adult Trauma. Dr Graff then obtained Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2017, therefore being qualified to work as an orthopaedic surgeon both in the UK and Australia. Dr Graff is an active member of the Australian Orthopaedic Association and is a member of the Academy of Surgical Educators through the College of Surgeons.
Dr Graff is also an Orthopaedic Surgeon with Cure International, and volunteers at their paediatric orthopaedic hospital in Malawi, Africa on a regular basis. She regularly conducts educational sessions for GPs, doctors-in-training and allied health practitioners in both Australia and Africa. She is passionate about outreach and teaching, and is genuinely invested in the well being of her patients.
2009 – 2011
Training Orthopaedic Registrar (Victoria)
2012 – 2014
Senior Orthopaedic Registrar (United Kingdom)
Royal London Hospital
2015 – 2017
Training Orthopaedic Registrar (South Australia & NT)
Fellowship in paediatric orthopaedics in Beit Cure International Hospital, Malawi, Africa
Royal London Hospital Orthopaedic and Trauma Society 6th Annual Meeting (UK)
Training the Orthopaedic Trainers (RCS UK)
2nd London Infant Hip Ultrasound Course (UK)
OTC Advanced Upper Limb Fracture Management Course (NSW)
Enneking Musculoskeletal Pathology Course (Victoria)
AOA pre-exam course Dandenong Hospital (Victoria)
Australian Orthopaedic Paediatric Society Instructional Course (Queensland)
Combined EPOS/POSNA Annual Meeting (Barcelona, Spain)
Australian Orthopaedic Association 21 Training Courses
Subjective and objective measures after total knee replacement: is there a correlation?
Graff C, H Hohmann E, Bryant AL, Tetsworth K. ANZ J Surg 86: 921 2016
Tibial eminence fractures in the paediatric population: a systematic review.
Coyle C, Jagernauth S, Ramachandran M. J Child Orthop 8(2): 149-59 2014
Co-writer of 2 chapters: Injuries to the Upper Limb; Injuries to the Lower Limb.
Hohmann E. Sports Medicine. University Publishing Unit, Central Queensland University 1 st ed. 2007 pp107 – 177
A retrospective cohort study comparing microwave endometrial ablation with a (Plan B)- releasing intrauterine device in the management of heavy menstrual bleeding.
Henshaw R, Coyle C, Low S, Barry C. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2002; 42: 2: 205
Hip reconstructions in paediatric cerebral palsy: lessons from one surgeon’s series of 71 patients (106 primary hips), BOA Annual Congress, 2015
Tibial Eminence Fractures in the Paediatric Population: A Systematic Review, AOA (SA Branch) Scientific Meeting, 2015
Antibiotic Elution from Cement: An In Vitro Study, AOA (Victorian Branch) Annual Scientific Meeting, 2011
The Relationship Between Subjective and Objective Outcome Data after Total Knee Arthroplasty, AOA 68th Annual Scientific Meeting (Hobart), 2008
Outcomes Movement: Instruments in Total Knee Arthroplasty, AOA (SA Branch) Annual General Meeting, 2007
Second Prize Peninsula Health Registrar Research Prize (Frankston Hospital):
Antibiotic Elution from Cement: An In Vitro Study (Vic)
SICOT Trainee Meeting (Faculty) (UK)
The Royal London FRCS (Orth) Trauma Viva Course (Faculty) Examiner for Mock Vivas (UK)
Cairns Orthopaedic Exposures Course (Faculty)
Examiner for medical students University of Adelaide
Convenor of the Australian Orthopaedic Registrar’s Association Annual Scientific Meeting