Singapore Orthopaedic Surgeon

Don’t Let Bone and Joint Pains or Injuries Prevent You From Pursuing an Active Lifestyle.

Sprains, fractures, dislocations and other forms of sports injuries can prevent you from pursuing an active lifestyle. If not treated promptly, these injuries can lead to further damage of the joints and even chronic pain.

At Singapore Orthopaedic Surgeon Clinic, we provide holistic orthopaedic care to return you to your desired sport and activity.

Singapore Orthopaedic Surgeon Services Provided:

  • Treatment of sports injuries of the knee, ankle and shoulder with arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery – ligament and tendon tears, cartilage injuries
  • Management of upper and lower limb arthritis including joint replacement surgery
  • Correction of foot and ankle deformities including bunions and flat feet
  • Management of orthopaedic trauma – fractures and dislocations

Dr. Kevin Yip

Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Kevin Yip, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Kevin Yip, Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Kevin Yip is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a subspecialty in Knee and Shoulder surgery and an interest in sports injuries. He treats a wide spectrum of disorders and counts among his many patients, elite athletes active on the international and local sporting scene. An avid sportsman himself, Dr. Yip fully understands the needs and demands of his patients for optimal performance. Treatment for each patient is individualised, in order to best achieve their desired goals.

Dr. Ambrose Yung

Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Ambrose Yung

Dr Ambrose Yung is a specialist orthopaedic surgeon with experience in partial knee replacement, complex primary total knee replacement, revision knee replacement, minimal invasive knee and shoulder sports surgery.

Dr. Hitendra K Doshi

Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Hitendra Doshi

 Bac. Med. Sc, M.D. (M’sia), MRCS (Ed), AFRCSI (Dublin), FRCS Ed (Ortho), FEBOT (Europe)    M. Med. Ortho (Singapore), Dip SICOT (Belgium), Dip. Med. Edu (Cardiff, UK)

Dr. Hitendra Doshi is a specialist orthopaedic surgeon with special interest in

  • Minimally Invasive Adult Trauma & Geriatric Fracture Surgery
  • Joint Replacement Surgery (Shoulder, Elbow, Hip, Knee)
  • Deformity Correction (Illizarov Surgery)


Call us today to book your appointment.

+65 64712674

Line is open 24 Hours.


Call (+65) 6471 2674 (24 hrs) for any queries you may have.

  1. Aisah says:

    Hi Dr Yip,

    I have this condition called torticollis. If I opt for surgery, can you advise me on the costs involved and the time taken for recovery? Thanks.

  2. Freerunner says:

    Hello doctor. I have been suffering from osgood schlatter disease for more than seven years. I got a big lump under my knee cap. I am a parkour athlete, should i continue doing parkour? Please suggest something for my knee. Thank you

  3. Jeffrey Setiawan says:

    Hi Dr Yip,
    I would like an advice from you.
    I am always having a shoulder injury when playing my favourite sports, Judo. I had this injury five years ago which i felt a tear somewhere in my shoulders. it felt sharp pain when I raised it up. I didn’t do anything much about it, just applied counter pain and the pain will be no more after a few days or 1-2 weeks.

    However, after such long years,5 years, i am always getting the same tear all over again till i am getting sick of it and trying to get the best solution. Even when I go to TCM, the tear will still just come back. I often get it throughout the years. I suspect that it’s my rotator cuff that’s getting weaker and weaker. I am thinking of surgery for my left shoulder.

    So what do you suggest Doctor?

  4. hi Dr. Yip,

    I just would like to inquire about the the pain that I have in my inner knees. Walking long distance and standing for a prolonged period are already part of my work. Lately, I felt this pain in both of my inner knees. I had consulted with the doctor and He only gave my anti inflammatory drugs and muscle relaxants. I did have only a temporary relief from these. Lately, the pain seems so unbearable sometimes that my knee tends to buckle. I’ve done also my researched on the net with regards to the specific pain that I am having right now and it is very much similar to the MCL injury. I am looking forward to have a consultation from you. But since I am a foreigner working here in Singapore I just want to ask you first if how much is your consultation fee so that I can prepare money before going to your clinic.

    Your speedy response on this mail of mine is very much appreciated.

    Thank you so much and best regards,


  5. Sam Yeow says:

    Dear Dr Yip
    I am a 1.73m tall. 97kg male who has frequent gout attacks. I am living with gout pain in my knees and/or ankles 80% of the time. I either bear with the pain or take Colchecine and/or Arcoxia to manage the pain. Allurprinol did not work for me, as when I was on it, every little high-risk food I take gives me pain.
    In an attempt to turn my life around and become fit again I started running. In m first attempt, as I guessed, my knees started hurting.
    I stopped after less than 2km.
    For the next 2 days, I felt pain in the soft area on the front of my left knee between the Femur and Tibia. On the 3rd day the pain was no more but I now have a swell on the left side of my knee. This feels tight and painful when I bend the knee too much. Is this normal? To have swelling on the side even when I did not injure that part of the leg?
    I went to my GP and he gave me Arcoxia and muscle relaxant and advised me to see an Orthopedic if the swell does not subside after 2 days.
    Your advice is much appreciated.

  6. Mike Lee says:

    Hi doctor,

    I’m 60 years old, an active table tenns player who played 4-5 times a week about 2-3 hours each session.

    Recently, the inner part of my left knee has pain on just one spot but it’s bad – I cant play table tennis, walking also has problem – I cant walk far just I used to around Bedok Reservoir.

    I consulted a GP, took x-rays & pronounced as Osteoarthritis, learn to live with the pain.

    Is there a way to relief the pain enough for my usual exercises?

    Thank you,

  7. KC says:

    Dear Dr Yip
    I had an inversion sprain and fell on 30 Aug this year. It happened when i missed a step that wasn’t noticeable. I tried the R.I.C.E self treatment and after 3wks when i didn’t recover i saw the GP who gave me a jab, anti inflammation oral medicine and a cream to apply on the area. At the moment though it’s getting better but the healing process is still painfully slow. The areas hurting include the outer ankle/lateral area (fibula bone itself and the circumference of the fibula. Finbula bone area still has slight swell, feels soft) and the medial area/inner ankle. I tried various self therapy like balancing on tip toe on injured foot which hurts after a mere 5 to 6 counts. I’m now able to walk, albeit slowly (like taking a stroll) and after abt 2over km starts to feel slight sore and weakness on the ankle. It hurts most esp medial area, when i descend the stairs.

    Is it normal that full recovery is talking so long? How long should I hold out before seeking further medical treatment? And if so, should i see an Othopaedic, which i understand is very costly. Based on my description, would you be able to give a rough estimate of the cost outlay for a complete treatment of my ankle and my next course of action?

    Thank you in advance for your attention on this query and i certainly hope to hear from you soon. If it is not too imposing on you, i’ll love to talk to you on the phone. Thank you once again.


  8. Jubei says:

    Hi Dr Kevin Yip,

    I would just like to have an inquiry regarding the treatment for ankle/heel pain (plantar fasciitis):
    1. What is the procedure for ESWT (duration, precautions, medications to take)?
    2. After the treatment, how long is the rest time and recuperation time?
    3. Can i request to know the estimated cost for the treatment of ankle/heel pain (plantar fasciitis)?

    Thank you very much.


  9. CS Lau says:

    I have injured my hamstring musclesfor both legds since early Sept during sprint run. Since then, it did not show much sign of recovery. Do you provide such treatment? Please advise.

  10. Chen says:

    Dear Dr Kevin Yip,

    I would like to enquiry a treatment regarding Plantar Warts.
    from the 4 treatments, which one is less pain ?
    Can the procedure be done once only or should be few times ?
    And can i know the estimated cost for it ?

    Thank you very much.


Send your queries below or Call (+65) 6471 2674 (24 hrs).

Your email address will not be published.