Dr Kalamaras has worked as a hand and orthopaedic surgeon in Australia and overseas. He has worked with surgical units at The National Cappagh Orthopaedic Hospital in Dublin, The Canberra Orthopaedic Group in the ACT, and with the Department of Hand and Peripheral Nerve Surgery at The Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney. He has also undertaken advanced hand, elbow and shoulder surgical courses internationally to maintain his practice at the forefront of hand and upper limb surgery.
Dr Kalamaras' skills and techniques include microsurgery, arthroscopy, fracture fixation and joint replacement.
He treats most upper limb conditions including pain and discomfort, joint stiffness and instability, nerve compression, sports injuries, fracture fixation, microsurgery for major trauma and amputations, deformity correction and hand tumours, as well as joint replacement and reconstruction for arthritis.
Dr Kalamaras services adults and children, and has a special interest in arthroscopic (key hole) surgery of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and carpal tunnel.