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Sports injuries, learn how to avoid them!

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Sports injuries

Sports injuries are injuries that happen when playing sports or exercising.

Regardless if you are playing sports at a recreational or competitive level, they often carry the risks of injury.

Some of the common injuries are Plantar fasciitis, Ankle sprain, ACL strain, Quad strain, Hamstring pull, Hip bursitis, Low-back pain and Tennis elbow/Elbow pain.

Many of these injuries if left untreated can lead to chronic pain or irreversible joint wear.

Listen to the body and take the necessary actions at the first signs of pain, discomfort, stress or overheating.

If you have a sports or activity-related injury or would like to prevent injuries from occurring, click here to contact us.

Learn how to prevent common sports injuries, their causes and rehab tips.

Avoid ski injuries – don’t let them spoil your holiday

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common ski injuries

Ski season is upon us again as the snow falls and we head overseas for our annual skiing escapades.

Ironically, this is also the season where our surgeons see an increase in skiing and snowboarding related injuries.

Don’t let such incidents spoil your holiday.

Check out the article below to find out the most common injuries associated with skiing and how to avoid them.

Click here for more information regarding our sports-related services.


Invited Speaker at the 16th Annual Vietnam Orthopaedic Association Meeting. – Dr Andy Wee

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Dr Andy Wee was in Hanoi as an invited speaker for the 16th Annual Vietnam Orthopaedic Association Meeting.

During the event from the 6th to the 8th of Oct, he had the chance to shared his surgical experience treating shoulder elbow conditions with the local surgeons and performed a live surgery at the Viet Duc University Hospital.

Dr Andy Wee invited speaker

Dr Wee addressing the audience.


Invited Speaker at the 16th Annual Vietnam Orthopaedic Association Meeting.

Sharing his surgical experience treating shoulder elbow conditions with the local surgeons

Dr Wee sharing surgical experience





Second term for Dr. Kevin Lee as Vice President (Leisure Cycling) – Singapore Cycling Federation Management Committee

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SCF 2017 AGM Singapore

Dr Kevin Lee was re-elected as Vice-President (Leisure Cycling) for a second term during the Singapore Cycling Federation (SCF) elections held last week.

He looks forward to serving the local cycling community to the best of his ability and he is proud to be part of a dedicated SCF management committee team.

The event took place during the Singapore Cycling Federation 2017’s AGM on the 29th Sep. in SportSG.

It was attended by more than 40 people; consisting of SCF members, representatives from associate clubs, current and incoming committee members, secretariat staff and SportSG representatives.

The newly elected Management Committee:
1. Patron – Mr Jeffrey Goh
2. President – Dr Hing Siong Chen
3. Honorary Secretary – Mr Harry Kok
4. Asst Honorary Secretary – Mr Mark Ortega
5. Honorary Treasurer – Ms Jamie Liang
6. Asst Honorary Treasurer – Mr Elbert Iswara
6. VP BikeTrial – Mr Walton Seah
7. VP BMX – En Hairul Nazwa
8. VP Leisure Cycling – Dr Kevin Lee
9. VP Safety/Education – Mr Steven Lim
10. VP Road – Mr Kelvin Khoo
11. VP Mountain Bike – En Syed Mohd Shariff
12. VP Track – Mr Ang Kee Meng
13. VP Media & Publicity – Mr Calvin Tan

Read about the event here.

Manchester United’s Paul Pogba sidelined by hamstring injury

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Manchester United breezed past Basel in the Champions League with a 3-0 win on 12 Sep but suffered a huge setback as Paul Pogba sustained a hamstring injury.

The midfielder limped off the field after 19 minutes into the game and is likely to be out of action for 6-12 weeks because of the injury.

A hamstring tear is a relatively common injury seen in footballers and runners (sprinters). A lot of times such muscle injury respond well to simple, nonsurgical treatments.

For athletes who want to shorten their recovery period and have a quicker return to sports, the Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injection procedure is a viable option.

Although platelets are best known for their importance in clotting blood, they also contain hundreds of proteins called growth factors which are very important in the healing of injuries.

PRP is plasma which contains more platelets than normally found in blood. Therefore, the concentration of growth factors can be 5 to 10 times higher than usual.

The PRP preparation is then injected into an athlete’s area of injury to promote healing.

From our experience, the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection procedure has helped many of our athlete patients shorten their healing time by half.

All in all, we have treated runners, triathletes, MMA fighters, soccer players, cyclists and many from other disciplines with much success.

Learn more about the PRP injection here:

You can also contact us to arrange for a consultation with Dr. Kevin Lee today.

Read original article on Paul Pogba here:

hamstring injury - Paul Pogba

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