Mike Mulder is known for his warm and approachable manner. He has the ability to convey his highly specialised knowledge and significant experience to his patients in a way that is clear, inspires confidence and offers reassurance.
MB ChB at the University of Cape Town.
Pietermaritzurg, KwaZulu-Natal. Shortly after having gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Paediatrics, Dr Mulder shifted his attention to Orthopaedic surgery.
In 2001 Mike moved to the United Kingdom where he worked at a variety of hospitals including the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Unit in Exeter. After 3 years, he returned to South Africa to start formal postgraduate training in Orthopaedic surgery at Groote Schuur Hospital, which is affiliated to the University of Cape Town. It was during this time that he gravitated toward his specialised field of interest: shoulder and upper limb surgery.
After completing his postgraduate studies, Dr Mulder joined Dr Endenburg in Private Practice at MediClinic Constantiaberg, Cape Town.
In 2010 Dr Mulder was awarded the Don Mackenzie South African Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Fellowship. This travelling fellowship provided Mike with an opportunity to further his knowledge and experience in shoulder and elbow surgery by visiting prominent shoulder and elbow surgeons based locally and abroad.
Mike is a member of the Cape Shoulder and Elbow unit; an association of shoulder and elbow specialists based at hospitals in Cape Town. Professors Basil Vrettos and Dr JP du Plessis are based at Life Orthopaedic hospital in Pinelands, Dr Rob Dachs practices from Paardevlei Hospital in Strand, and Professor Stephen Roche and Dr Abe Lambrecht at are also located at Constantiaberg. The group are involved in research, teaching and remain up to date on latest surgical techniques.