What We Treat

Located in Gleneagles Medical Centre, the central part of Singapore, our Orthopaedic Surgeon Group is a leading Orthopaedic practice with a team of orthopaedic and sports medicine surgeons. You get to experience expert consultation and advice from diverse perspectives from our orthopaedic surgeons. Our orthopaedic surgeon's approach is to help individual to achieve their goals or improve their quality of life while treating the most difficult pains. Our commitment is to provide the best of orthopaedic care and treatment for you.

Knee Pain

Understanding your symptoms is the first step to recovering from a knee pain. Understanding Your Kn...

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Shoulder Pain

You may experience pain, swelling, numbness, tingling sensation or weakness to your shoulders. Your ...

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Low Back Pain – Lumbar Spine

Say No to Spine Problems NOW! Experiencing back pain and want a long term solution to this perennia...

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Neck Pain

Neck Pain and Injuries Living in the city, many people will have neck pain one time or another. Nec...

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Foot and Ankle Pain Specialist Treatment

Getting the correct advice at the right time is absolutely essential if you want to make the speedie...

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Hand and Wrist Pain

Everyone has had a problem with a hand, or wrist that caused pain or swelling. Hand or wrist problem

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Non-Surgical Treatment

At Singapore Sports and Orthopaedic Clinic, our orthopaedic surgeons strive to work and put you back to your usual active lifestyle and improve quality of life by providing surgical and non-surgical treatments. We have a team of physiotherapists who are working closely with us to ensure the rehabilitation program cater to solve your body conditions or post-operative care.

Cortisone Steroid Joint Injections

This factsheet is for people who are having a steroid joint injection, or who would like information...
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A Guide to Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)

"You've tried the drugs and injections , and they didn't work. You wonder whether there is any other...
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Viscosupplementation

What is viscosupplementation? The joints of people with osteoarthritis or other degenerative
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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

During the past several years, much has been written about a preparation called platelet-rich plasma...
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Singapore Orthopaedic Surgeon

Our Specialists

Dr Kevin Yip Orthopaedic Surgeon Gleneagles Singapore

Dr. Kevin Yip

Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon

Special Interest in 

Knee & Shoulder

Injuries

Arthritis

Back Pain

Arthroscopy

Email: kevin@orthopaedicsurgeon.com.sg

 

Dr Ambrose Yung Orthopaedic surgeon in Gleneagles Singapore

Dr. Ambrose Yung

Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon

Special Interest in

Partial & Total Knee Joint Replacements

Sports Surgery

Minimal Invasive Trauma Surgery

 

 

 

 

Dr Mathew Tung NeurosurgeonDr. Mathew Tung

Specialist Neurosurgeon

Specialises in treatment for

Stroke

Headache

Neck Pain and Back Pain

Osteoporosis

Sweaty Palm and Excessive Underarm Sweating

Singapore Orthopaedic Surgeon

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Latest Posts

When you have osteoarthritis, there may not be enough natural hyaluron in the joint, and the quality of that hyaluron may be poorer than normal. Cingal is used to supplement hyaluron to the knee joint. Cingal also contains a steroid which provides fast-acting pain relief by reducing inflammation, while the hyaluronic acid provides long-lasting pain
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Is hyaluronic acid joint injections right for me? If knee pain is keeping you from doing what you love and you have tried other treatments (pain relievers, exercise, physiotherapy, cortisone injections) and nothing seems to work or is no longer effective. hyaluronic acid joint injection may be right for you. Are there any special treatment instructions?
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A total tear in the Achilles tendon can happen in any part of its length. It is a sudden, traumatic injury. When the tendon snaps, it leaves two broken ends which may stay close together or spring apart, leaving a visible dent. There may also be bruising. Rupture is very rare in children, uncommon in
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