Dr Amelia Jardim

Dr Amelia Jardim, neurosurgeon, wearing grey jacket and black rimmed glasses

Dr Jardim is an Australian-trained Neurosurgeon with an interest in spinal surgery and minimally invasive techniques. She specialises in keyhole techniques to her approaches to the spine and utilises these in her daily practice. Dr Jardim works in both Paediatric and Adult neurosurgical units, with appointments at the Mater Brisbane and Queensland Children’s Hospital.

Dr Jason McMillen

Dr Jason McMillen, neurosurgeon, in black suit jacket and red tie

Dr Jason McMillen is a Neurosurgeon who completed his neurosurgery speciality Fellowship training in Australia, before electing to train further in a subspeciality fellowship in cerebrovascular surgery in Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, United Kingdom.  He has cultivated an interest in the management of spinal conditions with minimally invasive keyhole surgery, and has published academic papers … Read more

Dr Antonio (Tony) Tsahtsarlis

Dr Antonio Tsahtsarlis, neurosurgeon, wearing blue suit jacket and tie

Dr Tsahtsarlis is a Neurosurgeon with extensive experience in the surgical management of a wide variety of spinal conditions including traumatic, degenerative, and tumour pathologies. He completed a complex spine fellowship with the University of Calgary, where he further developed minimally invasive techniques to address the most challenging of cases. Tony has remained at the … Read more

Dr Jason Papacostas

Dr Jason Papacostas, neurosurgeon, in dark grey jacket and blue striped tie

Dr Papacostas is a Neurosurgeon specialising in minimally invasive techniques for all neurosurgical conditions. Dr Papacostas has a keen interest in minimally invasive spine surgery, complementing his overseas Fellowship training in endoscopic (keyhole) skull base surgery. Dr Papacostas has extensive experience in managing a large range of spinal conditions, utilising the latest imaging, computer navigation … Read more

Dr Damian Amato

Dr Damian Amato, neurosurgeon, in navy blue jacket and maroon tie

With a strong interest in minimally invasive spine surgery, Dr Amato undertook a fellowship at the prestigious Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge in the United Kingdom. This was combined with a fellowship in skull base surgery and minimally invasive endoscopic skull base surgery. Dr Amato has a special interest in minimally invasive cervical decompression surgery using … Read more

Dr Martin Wood

Dr Martin Wood, neurosurgeon, in navy jacket

Dr Wood is a Neurosurgeon who was at the forefront of the development of minimally invasive spinal surgery back in the early 2000s, and he has been a pioneer of these techniques in Australia. He has worked over the years to develop the integration of surgical navigation technology and intraoperative imaging in minimally invasive techniques, … Read more

Dr Robert Campbell

Dr Robert Campbell, neurosurgeon, in navy suit and tie.

Dr Campbell trained in Neurosurgery in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. He has had a strong interest in less invasive neurosurgery over many years, from the adoption of endoscopic intracranial surgery techniques in children through to keyhole spine surgery. He is one of the founders of our centre and, in addition to his … Read more