Dr Moradi is a consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon with a specialty in cosmetic and reconstructive breast and facial surgery. In fact, Dr Moradi is one of few plastic surgeons in Sydney who performs both microsurgical and cosmetic surgery for both the breast and face. Along with Dr Phoon, he is a principal plastic surgeon at Park Clinic Plastic Surgery. Dr Moradi studied medicine at the University of New South Wales as a Sam Cracknell Sport and Academic Scholar. He was awarded Membership at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2005 as well as Fellowship at the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons with a specialisation in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic surgery. Dr Moradi works as a reconstructive microsurgeon at Prince of Wales, Royal Women’s and Westmead Hospitals. The majority of his procedures and treatments are microsurgical breast reconstruction for breast cancer and Head & Neck microsurgical reconstruction after cancer.
Dr. Moradi has trained predominantly in Australia, but has gained extensive experience working in specialist surgical units in England, Scotland, Belgium and Sweden. He gained formal fellowships in microsurgical reconstruction at Charing Cross Hospital in London at Imperial College, Healthcare NHS Trust, and academic health science centre, which is the largest secondary health care provider in the UK. He has continued this microsurgical work at Prince of Wales, Royal Hospital for Women’s and Westmead Hospitals. He is an integral member of the breast and head & neck cancer multidisciplinary teams. Dr Moradi’s second fellowship was a mentorship under the acclaimed surgeon, Dr Heden, in aesthetic breast and facial surgery at the prestigious Akademikliniken in Stockholm, the largest cosmetic surgical clinic in Europe. Dr Heden has pioneered biodimensional planning for breast surgery and his technique, the “AK method”, is utilised by many cosmetic breast surgeons, worldwide. Dr Moradi worked directly with Dr Heden for 6 months developing a collaborative relationship which continues today as they develop new ideas and research projects and exchange and collaborate information to improve outcomes for all of their patients.