Dr Matthew Scaddan

Dr Matthew Scaddan

Matthew was born in Perth and educated at Christ Church Grammer School. He studied Medicine at the University of Western Australia and graduated in 1997. He undertook his residency at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth. After working in the United Kingdom in 2002 he was selected in 2005 for the Advanced Training Program in Orthopaedic Surgery in Western Australia.

Upon successfully completing his training he became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Australian Orthopaedic Association in 2009.

In 2010, Matthew spent 12 months at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, U.K. for subspecialty training in Foot and Ankle Surgery. On return to Perth in 2011 he joined Coastal Orthopaedic Group for private patients, and is based at Bethesda Hospital in Claremont and St John of God Hospital Murdoch.

Workers Compensation

Treatment of work related lower limb injuries comprises a significant percentage of Matthew’s caseload. His mission is to return workers to their pre-injury duties utilising advanced surgical technique, multidisciplinary rehabilitation and progressive return to work programs. He is qualified to perform permanent impairment assessments in accordance to the AMA Guides 5th edition and Workcover WA Guide 4th edition.


Matthew and his wife Jessica have four children Charlie, Lachlan, Zara and George. In his spare time he enjoys jogging, cycling, watching his kids play sport.


  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MBBS, (1997)
  • FRACS (Orth) FAOrthA (2009)


Fellowship in Foot and Ankle surgery, Oxford U.K. (2010)


  • MDA National

Professional Memberships

  • Australian Medical Association
  • Australian Orthopaedic Association
  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • Australian Society of Foot & Ankle Surgeons


  • Bethesda Hospital, Claremont
  • St John of God Hospital (Murdoch)
  • Hollywood Private Hospital, Nedlands

My Special Interests Are:

  • Hallux Valgus Correction / Bunions (including minimally invasive)
  • Ankle multi-ligament injuries
  • Arthroscopy of Ankle and knee
  • Trauma to Foot and Ankle
  • Tendinopathy (Achilles and Tib post)
  • Arthritic conditions of Foot and Ankle