Richard Dallalana specialises in arthroscopic reconstruction of the shoulder for sports injuries. He performs shoulder joint replacement for arthritis using computer-assisted surgery.
Richard completed his undergraduate medical degree at the University of Melbourne in 1993, then trained at St. Vincent’s Hospital.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a member of the Australian Orthopaedic Association.
Richard is the President of the Victorian Shoulder and Elbow Society (VSES)
Further post-graduate orthopaedic training was undertaken in both Canada and England in Sports Medicine, Shoulder, Elbow and Knee surgery.
He is host of a Shoulder and Elbow fellowship training program, co-ordinator of clinical research in private practice and with Melbourne university, and a design and educational consultant to industry.
In October 2019, Richard visited Papua New Guinea on a charity surgical mission, as part of the Cabrini Outreach PNG Orthopaedic Service and Education Program. Richard and his colleagues volunteered their time to perform surgeries at no cost to patients. Cabrini Outreach PNG Orthopaedic Service and Education Program