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Nick Gormack - Hip, Knee & Shoulder Orthopaedic Surgeon

Private Service, Orthopaedics


8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.


Mr Nick Gormack is a New Zealand trained orthopaedic surgeon. In addition to his private practice in Auckland (consulting locations on left) Nick is also an orthopaedic consultant at Middlemore Hospital.
Nick performs arthroscopic surgery of the hip, knee and shoulder, along with joint replacement and revision surgery of the hip and knee.
Nick has a special interest in the management of sports injuries and arthritis-related conditions of the hip and knee.
What is Orthopaedics?
This is an area that deals with conditions of the musculoskeletal system (disorders of bones and joints of the limbs and spine). The specialty covers a range of different types of conditions starting with congenital (conditions which children are born with) through to degenerative (conditions relating to the wearing out of joints). The field of orthopaedics covers trauma where bones are broken or injuries are sustained to limbs.
Other conditions that sit under the spectrum of orthopaedics are metabolic conditions, neurological and inflammatory conditions.


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Mr Gormack is a Southern Cross Affiliated Provider and holds an ACC contract (No charge for ACC accepted patients)


8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Mon – Thu8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Procedures / Treatments

  • Joint Replacement

    For elderly patients joint replacement surgery is commonly required to treat damaged joints from wearing out, arthritis or other forms of joint disease including rheumatoid arthritis.… More

  • Osteotomy

    The division of a crooked or bent bone to improve alignment of the limb.… More

  • Arthroscopy (keyhole surgery)

    Many orthopaedic procedures on joints are performed using an arthroscope, where a fibreoptic telescope is used to look inside the joint.… More

  • Soft Tissue (muscles, tendons and ligaments)

    In many cases tendons will be lengthened to improve the muscle balance around a joint or tendons will be transferred to give overall better joint function.… More

  • Total Knee Replacement

    This is a surgical procedure performed on a knee joint that has become painful and/or impaired because of disease, injury or wear and tear.… More

  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction

    The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a strong, stabilising ligament running through the centre of the knee between the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone).… More

  • High Tibial Osteotomy

    This procedure is used when osteoarthritic damage to the cartilage on one side of the knee has caused the angle of the knee joint to change so that most of the body's weight is borne by the affected side, adding to the wear on that side.… More

  • Meniscal Repair Surgery

    The menisci are two circular strips of cartilage that form a cushioning layer between the ends of the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone) in the knee joint.… More

  • Hip Replacement

    An incision (cut) is made on the side of the thigh to allow the surgeon access to the hip joint.… More

  • Rotator Cuff Repair

    Several small incisions (cuts) are made in the shoulder through which is inserted a small telescopic instrument with a tiny camera attached (arthroscope).… More

  • Fractures

    Orthopaedic surgeons have expertise in the treatment of fractured (broken) bones, particularly in the assessment of damage that may have occurred around the fracture. … More

Public Transport

Ascot Office Park: Greenlane train stop is across the motorway bridge. You can walk across the bridge and come through the gates next to Pronto Cafe and then walk down to our building at the far end.



Mr Gormack is located on Level 2, Building C, 95 Ascot Office Park.

Limited parking is available underneath the building. Please park in the black and yellow ‘ORTHOPAEDICS’ car parks only.

Turn left from when you come in the driveway to take the ramp down to the basement parking. Orthopaedics car parks are situated in front of the first lift. Go through the car park and take the first right and turn right again (look for the big black and yellow signs).




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This page was last updated at 11:31AM on October 7, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Nick Gormack - Hip, Knee & Shoulder Orthopaedic Surgeon.