Dr Peter Scougall

Hand & Wrist Surgeon

Dr Peter Scougall

Dr Peter Scougall is a Hand and Wrist Surgeon, with over 20 years in private practice.

He specialises in the surgical treatment of traumatic and elective hand and wrist conditions, including sports injuries, fractures, dislocations, Dupuytren’s contracture, tumours, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, ganglions and tendon and nerve conditions.

Special interests include sports injuries, acute wrist fractures and dislocations, finger fractures, tendon injuries and Dupuytren’s contracture.

Dr Scougall graduated with Honours from the University of Sydney in 1984. After completing his Orthopaedic training in Newcastle, he became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 1994. Following a Trauma Surgery Fellowship in Innsbruck, Austria, he returned to Australia for Hand and Microsurgery Fellowships in Sydney (Sydney/St Luke’s Hospital Hand Units) and Melbourne (St Vincent’s Hospital).

Dr Scougall works at the highly respected Sydney Hospital Hand Unit. He consults at St Lukes Care (Potts Point), The Stadium Sports Medicine Centre (Moore Park) and in Wollongong. He maintains his hand surgery expertise through a keen involvement in research (Orthopaedic Research Laboratory, Prince of Wales Hospital), and teaching appointments in Orthopaedic, Hand and Microsurgery.

Dr Scougall’s unique skillset and passion has international reach thanks to his 20-year involvement in hand surgery teaching in Vietnam. His dedication to the project has been acknowledged with awards from the President of Vietnam and Rotary International.


  • NSW Hand Surgery Association
  • Australian Hand Surgery Society
  • Australian Orthopaedic Association
  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • Australian Medical Association
  • Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons

For all appointment bookings and enquiries with Dr Peter Scougall please phone their office on (02) 9356 0274 .


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