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Dr Mark Inglis

MBBS, FRACS (Orth) Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Mark Inglis is an orthopaedic surgeon with a particular interest in degenerative conditions of the hip and knee, including primary replacement, revision surgeries, robotic knee surgery and direct anterior approach hip replacements.

Specialising in
  • Ankle
  • Hip
  • Hip (Anterior)
  • Knee
  • Shoulder
  • Sports injuries
Dr Mark Inglis also performs general orthopaedic surgery, including knee reconstructions, shoulder arthroscopies and adult trauma surgery.

Upon completing his medical training at the Flinders University and attaining the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Orthopaedic Surgery), Dr Inglis worked with national and international surgeons undertaking hip and knee arthroplasty, including the direct anterior approach. In addition to clinical practice, he is a Lecturer in Orthopaedic Surgery at Flinders University and has research projects focused on outcomes of the direct anterior approach and enhanced care of arthroplasty patients.


Specialising in

  • Ankle Hip Hip (Anterior)
  • Knee Shoulder Sports injuries

Consulting / Operating Locations

  • Angaston District Hospital

    Orthopaedics SA

    29 North Street, Angaston SA 5353

  • Ashford Specialist Centre

    Orthopaedics SA

    Level 4, 57 Anzac Highway, Ashford SA 5035

    (08) 8267 8267

  • Balaklava Soldiers Memorial Hospital

    Orthopaedics SA

    16 War Memorial Drive, Balaklava SA 5461

  • Flinders Private Hospital

    Orthopaedics SA

    1 Flinders Dr, Bedford Park SA 5042

    (08) 8267 8267

  • Orthopaedics SA Parkside

    Orthopaedics SA

    257 Fullarton Rd, Parkside SA 5063. Car parking off Hone Street.
    Rooms located adjacent to Sound Radiology

    (08) 8267 8267

Additional Information

At Orthopaedics SA, Dr Inglis consults privately at Flinders Private, Angaston, Balaklava and Ashford Hospitals, and Othopaedics SA’s Parkside consulting rooms. He is the Former Head of the Orthopaedic Unit at the Repatriation General Hospital. Dr Inglis operates with no gap for privately insured patients.

  • Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association, 2015
  • FRACS in Orthopaedic Surgery, 2014
  • BMBS Flinders University, Adelaide 2006
  • Bachelor of Medical Science, Flinders University, Adelaide 2002

1994-1998
Westminster School,
Marion,
South Australia

2000-2002
Bachelor of Medical Science,
Flinders University,
South Australia

2003-2006
Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery,
Flinders University,
South Australia

2007
Internship,
Flinders Medical Centre,
South Australia

2008-2009
SA Resident Medical Officer

2010-2014
Advanced Surgical Training – Royal Australasian College of Surgeons,
South Australian Orthopaedic Program

  • Orthopaedic Staff Specialist Repatriation General Hospital, Flinders Medical Centre, Noarlunga Hospital 2015
  • Locum visiting medical officer Angaston SA 2015
  • Locum visiting medical officer Balaklava SA 2015
  • Orthopaedic Research
  • Inglis M, Jaarsma R. Intramedullary hip screw fixation of reverse oblique and transverse trochanteric femur fractures. Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatology (2008) 18:323-326.
  • M. Inglis, B. McClelland, L. M. Sutherland, and P. J. Cundy. Synthetic versus plaster of Paris casts in the treatment of fractures of the forearm in children: A randomised trial of clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction JBJS Br. 2013; 95-B: 1285-1289
  • A review of burns caused by alcoholic chlorhexidine skin preparation including a case report – State Branch AOA Scientific meeting Sportsmed April 2013
  • Update on plaster and synthetic casts in management of paediatric forearm fractures – National AOA Scientific meeting Adelaide October 2010
  • Plaster versus Fibreglass casts for management of paediatric forearm fractures. National AOA Scientific Meeting Cairns October 2009
  • Case report of a 50 year old woman with hip pain post arthroplasty presenting with a suspected case of Aseptic Lymphocytic Vasculitis Associated Lesion (ALVAL) State Branch AOA Annual Scientific Meeting FMC June 2008
  • Intramedullary hip screw fixation for all extracapsular proximal femur fractures? State Branch AOA Scientific meeting Modbury Hospital November 2007
  • Gibson RJ, Bowen JM, Inglis MR, Cummins AG, Keefe DM Irinotecan causes severe small intestinal damage, as well as colonic damage, in the rat with implanted breast cancer. J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2003 Sep;18(9):1095-100.
  • Clinical supervisor, 3rd and 4th year medical students, Flinders University SA 2013-2015
  • Associate clinical lecturer, 4th Year medical students orthopaedic program Adelaide University 2013-2014
  • Clinical Tutor, 2nd Year Medical Student’s Surgical program, School of Medicine, Flinders University 2008-2009
  • Medical Biochemistry Tutor, School of Biology, Flinders University 2003-2004
  • Biochemistry Tutor, School of Pharmacy, University of South Australia 2004