The fellowship is largely clinical, with a heavy weighting towards knee surgery. Some flexibility exists to structure the fellowship with additional exposure to hip and / or shoulder surgery. The fellow will assist a research PHO and research coordinator in the research component of the fellowship. The goal of the fellowship is to provide experience in all forms of knee surgery including computer-aided total and unicompartmental arthroplasty, kinematically-aligned TKA, PSI TKA, computer aided osteotomy, ligament reconstruction and patellofemoral reconstruction. Significant exposure to adult hip surgery and arthroscopic shoulder surgery can be arranged with some flexibility depending upon the fellow’s preferences. The fellowship is based primarily in the private health sector, which necessarily limits opportunity for the fellow to operate independently. Depending on the level of expertise of the fellow, some opportunity exists in the public sector to gain experience as the primary surgeon.