Mr MacLeod has expert experience across many general surgical procedures.


Breast Surgery

Surgery for breast conditions can be necessary for a wide variety of reasons, and can be commonly indicated for benign breast lumps, breast cancer, nipple discharge or other symptoms. LEARN MORE >

Gallbladder Surgery

The most common indication for surgery to remove the gallbladder (cholecystectomy) is symptomatic gallstones.  LEARN MORE >

Hernia Surgery

Hernia’s occur when a weak area of the abdominal wall muscle allow a structure from within the abdomen to protrude. In general terms, the hernia is repaired by closing the defect in the muscle and often using a surgical hernia mesh to reinforce the repair.  LEARN MORE >


Colonoscopy is a procedure performed to visualise the colon and rectum using a flexible camera and it is used to diagnose disease of the bowel.  LEARN MORE >


Gastroscopy is a procedure performed to visualise the upper gastrointestinal tract, including the oesophagus, stomach and duodenum (first part of the bowel), using a flexible camera.  It is used to diagnose disease of the upper GI tract.  LEARN MORE >

Vasectomy Surgery

Vasectomy is a common procedure performed on men to achieve sterility. It can be performed under local anaesthetic, sedation or general anaesthetic, but Mr MacLeod's preference is to perform this procedure under general anaesthetic.  LEARN MORE >

Carpal Tunnel Surgery

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common condition which can cause symptoms ranging from mild annoyance to debilitating numbness in the hand and wrist.  LEARN MORE >

Skin Surgery

Procedures for skin problems are common, and range from removing benign lesions (such as cysts or lipoma) to more complex skin cancer surgery.  LEARN MORE >

Thyroid Surgery

A common reason for referral to a surgeon is the discovery of a lump (nodule) in the thyroid gland. Sometimes this nodule is felt by the patient, other times it is detected during the investigation of another medical problem, such as on a CT scan or ultrasound. LEARN MORE >