Mr Daniel Goldbloom completed his undergraduate medical degree through Monash University before undertaking specialist orthopaedic training with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
He completed Foot and Ankle fellowships with the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney and The Robert Jones Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry, United Kingdom. During his tenure overseas, he also worked with the Limb Reconstruction Unit at Royal Liverpool Hospital in the United Kingdom.
Prior to undertaking his surgical training, he also worked as a club doctor with the Port Melbourne “Borough” in the VFL.
He currently holds a public consultant post at the Alfred Hospital where he enjoys teaching and being involved in complex trauma cases.
Mr Goldbloom has written book chapters on “Forefoot Pathology” and “Nerve Lesions Around the Foot and Ankle”.
Away from consulting and surgery he enjoys playing tennis and golf and following Manchester City in the English Premier League as well as being a long-suffering Demons supporter.
Kirzner N, Teoh W, Toemoe S, Maher T, Mannambeth R, Hughes A, Goldbloom D, Curry H, Bedi H. Primary arthrodesis versus open reduction internal fixation for complete Lisfranc fracture dislocations: a retrospective study comparing functional and radiological outcomes. ANZ Journal of Surgery. 2020 Apr;90(4):585-90.
Goldbloom D, Morrison S. Foot Nerve Entrapment and Morton's Neuroma. In: Chapman MW, James MA. Chapman's Comprehensive Orthopaedic Surgery. Jaypee Brothers, Medical Publishers Pvt. Limited; 2019 Jan 31.
Kirzner N, Zotov P, Goldbloom D, Curry H, Bedi H. Dorsal bridge plating or transarticular screws for Lisfranc fracture dislocations: a retrospective study comparing functional and radiological outcomes. Bone Joint J. 2018 Apr;100(4):468-74.
Jowett C, Hiscock R, Waizy H, Cosic F, Goldbloom D, Curry H, Bedi H. All patients are not the same: An audit comparing the public and private sectors. Fuß & Sprunggelenk. 2017 Jun 1;15(2):108-13.
Goldbloom D, Makwana N, Laing P, Toullec E, Graff W, Charbel A. A new “tension side” locking plate for Hallux Valgus: A prospective multicentre case series. Foot and Ankle Surgery. 2016 Jun 1;22(2):103-8.