Dr Theo Birch

Dr Birch holds a Bachelor of Science (biomedical), Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery from University of Queensland, and is a Fellow and member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) as well as the Australian Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS).

He joined Valley Plastic Surgery in 2016 and operates from our Samford Road and North Lakes locations.

Dr Birch has cultivated a wide range of surgical skills but is particularly interested in cases that treat issues of the head, neck, hand/wrist, breast and also facial aesthetics.

Dr Robert Boyle

Dr Boyle has been a cosmetic & plastic surgeon for 20 years. He graduated from the Sydney University in 1970 and has post graduate surgical degrees from Australia.

Dr Boyle is recognised as a leader in the field and the care of every patient is his top priority. He works from our North Lakes location and is available to patients 24 hours a day.

Dr Brendan Louie

Dr Brendan Louie is a second-generation surgeon, specialising in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr Louie completed his medical degree at the University of Queensland before furthering his plastic and reconstructive training in Brisbane and Melbourne. It was both his extensive training and upbringing that influenced his decision to focus on head and neck reconstruction, limb and hand trauma, post mastectomy breast reconstruction, and skin cancer, with a particular interest in melanoma.

Dr Louie deals with all skin cancers, ranging from small, slow, growing lesions in cosmetically sensitive areas to aggressive, rapidly growing cancers and sadly in some cases advanced metastatic disease. In patients with concerning lesions, Dr Louie will likely recommend a biopsy or excision.

As part of the melanoma multidisciplinary team at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s hospital, Dr Louie treats a significant number of patients with melanoma. Over the years he has seen dramatic changes in both the surgical and oncological treatment of this disease, with encouraging advancements leading to better control and even cure for some patients who suffer from it. Staying involved in melanoma research and up-to-date with the latest trials allows him to help patients understand and make choices in the treatment of their cancer.

Dr Matthew Peters

Dr Matthew Peters is a Queensland-trained Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon, obtaining Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons after undertaking training in both General and Plastic surgery. He is the Director of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH), a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland School Of Medicine, and is a member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Dr Peters was born and raised in Brisbane, Australia.  He undertook his tertiary studies at the University of Queensland, obtaining a Bachelor of Science, a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery.  Whilst working as an intern doctor at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, he was selected into the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) Basic Surgical Training program.  Upon successful completion of the RACS surgical primary examination, he applied for and was selected to undertake advanced training in General Surgery.  After completing three years of General Surgery training in hospitals throughout Queensland, Dr Peters was selected to undertake further training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.  Five years of supervised training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Royal Children’s Hospital, the Mater Hospital, and Greenslopes Private Hospital, and successful completion of the RACS Fellowship examination.

Throughout his career Dr Peters has been actively involved in the training of medical students and surgical trainees.  He was the first recipient of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons’ John Corboy Medal, awarded in 2010 for service to trainees. In 2014 he was made a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland School of Medicine, in recognition of his involvement in surgical education and research.  He maintains an active involvement in the training of the next generation of Plastic and Reconstructive surgeons, both through his work at the RBWH, but also as the Queensland coordinator of the Plastic surgery registrar tutorial program.

Dr Peters is also an active contributor to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He has held many representative positions within the College, his election as Chair of the RACS’ Trainee’s Association being the most memorable and rewarding to date. In 2014 he coordinated the RACS Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Examination in Brisbane.  He is currently a member of the Executive Planning Committee for the 2016 RACS Annual Scientific Congress, to be held in Brisbane.  For his efforts over the years Dr Peters has received two ‘Certificates of Appreciation for service to the Fellowship’ from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

Dr Peters works from our North Lakes location.

Dr Philip Richardson

Dr. Philip Richardson is a skilled and accomplished plastic surgeon in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. He serves patients from throughout the region, including the Sunshine Coast, from his plastic surgery offices in Hamilton and North Lakes.

After graduating with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Queensland, Dr. Philip Richardson completed a three-year residency at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane. He was then immediately accepted into the Plastic and Reconstructive training program where he undertook four years of specialised training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Mater Children’s Hospital, the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane, and the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne.

After his training, he  went on to establish his own private practice, Brisbane Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery. His areas of interest include breast augmentation, breast reduction, and breast lift, as well as male breast reduction for men who require gynaecomastia treatment. Dr. Richardson also works as a visiting reconstructive surgeon at the Royal Children’s public hospital in Brisbane.​

In addition to Dr. Richardson’s successful practice, he loves spending quality time with his wife and children. He also enjoys playing tennis, golfing, and fishing.

Dr Richardson works from our Samford Road & North Lakes locations.

Dr Rebecca Won

Dr Rebecca Won is a Plastic, Reconstructive & Hand Surgeon. She grew up in Brisbane, before graduating from Bachelor of Medicine at the University of Newcastle in 2004. She commenced surgical training in General Surgery, before being accepted onto the Plastic Surgical Training Program in Queensland

Dr Won completed her training in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in 2012, after time spent in Brisbane and Melbourne, before becoming a Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) at the end of 2012. She initially worked as a Staff Specialist Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon at Gold Coast University Hospital, before commencing post fellowship training.

Post- fellowship training in her special interest area of Hand Surgery occurred in the Hand & Peripheral Nerve Surgery Unit at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, and at Macquarie University Hospital Hand Unit in Sydney, between 2014 to 2016. She was subsequently awarded the RACS Accredited Post Fellowship Education & Training (PFET) in Hand Surgery, currently one of only 7 surgeons in Australia with this Qualification.

Dr Won works from our Samford Road location.