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Dr Brendon May. Interventional radiologist. Genicular artery embolisation.

Interventional and Vascular Therapeutics

Kinetic: Interventional and Vascular Therapeutics is a new Interventional Radiology group on the Gold Coast in Queensland. At Kinetic we specialise in image-guided minimally-invasive procedures, that target a wide range of medical conditions, many that previously required open surgery.  Unlike our diagnostic radiology colleagues, we don't report x-rays, CTs or MRIs here!  Interventional Radiology is a hands on specialty, much closer aligned to surgery than radiology.  To better understand exactly what an Interventional Radiologist actually is, please refer to our FAQ page



Dr Brendon May

Dr Brendon May. Interventional radiologist. Genicular artery embolisation.

Dr. Brendon May is an experienced Interventional Radiologist (IR) - a specialist in minimally-invasive image-guided procedures.  He is dedicated to providing low-risk minimally-invasive options to patients with various conditions. 

Dr May obtained his undergraduate degree in medical biochemistry at the University of Queensland, followed by a medical degree at Griffith University here on the Gold Coast. After university Dr. May
completed specialist training at the Gold Coast University Hospital. 

An interest in medical innovation drew Dr. May to the subspecialty of interventional radiology – a field specialising in the most minimally invasive procedures currently available in medicine. He relocated his family halfway around the globe to perform his Interventional Radiology fellowship at the reputable Foothills Hospital in Calgary, a centre of excellence in trauma, oncology and multi-organ transplants. 

Dr May’s areas of interest include acute haemorrhage embolisation in trauma and vascular injury, Interventional Oncology, Genicular Artery Embolisation (knee osteoarthritis and post-arthroplasty pain) and pulmonary interventions, such as Bronchial Artery Embolisation and treatment of acute pulmonary emboli.

Dr May is an IR consultant in both the private and public hospital systems.  He is currently working at The Prince Charles Hospital, a specialist centre in cardiothoracic medicine. At TPCH he is one of only a few doctors in Australia performing Balloon Pulmonary Angioplasty in patients with Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension. His prior experience includes the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, where he worked in interventional oncology and trauma. Dr. May’s public position includes medical education and training, where he is a mentor to aspiring medical students, residents and registrars.

Privately Dr May performs Genicular Artery Embolisations at Pindara Private Hospital, a new innovative procedure for osteoarthritis.  See below for further details.

Beyond his technical skills, Dr May is dedicated to patient-centred care. He believes that individuals should receive treatment plans tailored to their unique needs, administered with compassion and empathy.

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