Meet our experienced neurosurgery team

Mr. Yi Yuen Wang

Mr Yi Yuen (Ian) Wang is a fully qualified Neurosurgeon specialising in Minimally Invasive Techniques for all neurosurgical conditions. He has a special interest in pituitary and spinal disorders and is one of few neurosurgeons in Melbourne who has undertaken an extended overseas Fellowship training in endoscopic pituitary approaches and minimally invasive spinal surgery.

Practice Manager

Vicky is the practice manager of Keyhole Neurosurgery. A qualified doctor, she has undergone further study in health services management bringing both clinical experience and administrative skills to the practice.

Practice Manager

Rachel is the medical secretary of the practice. She is the first point of contact for all patients and will help arrange and co-ordinate relevant investigations, referrals and appointments as required.

Lyndon Siu

Dr Lyndon Siu is a fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and has undergone further training at a tertiary referral and trauma centre (St Michael’s Hospital) in Toronto, Canada. His current clinical interests include neuroanaesthesia, renovascular/transplant anaesthesia, regional anaesthesia and undergraduate education.

Jeremy Wong

Dr Jeremy Wong is a Fellow of The Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. Born in Sydney and completing his specialty anaesthetics training at St Vincent’s Hospital, Dr Wong has interests in neuro-anaesthesia, complex tumour surgery and regional anaesthesia. Dr Wong holds appointments at St Vincent’s Hospital and the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital where he participates in research and medical education.

Sesto Cairo

Dr Sesto Cairo is a fellow of the Australasian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. He has undergone further specialist training in cardiac and neuro-anaesthesia and works predominantly in these fields. With his cardiac background, Dr Cairo is able to safely anaesthetise patients for neurosurgical procedures despite the presence of complex coronary syndromes.

Marcus Tan

Dr Marcus Tan attended The University of Melbourne and graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 1997. He completed his training as a Nephrologist in 2008, and was duly admitted as a Fellow of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Dr Tan’s areas of medical practice include General Nephrology and Dialysis, General Medicine and Perioperative Medicine.


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