Our surgeons possess proficiency in providing various advanced treatments for elbow-related conditions, including Tennis Elbow Treatment, Elbow Arthroscopy, Ligament Reconstruction, Complex Trauma Management, Stiff Elbow Treatment, Elbow Joint Replacement and Revision Surgery. Whether addressing acute injuries or chronic conditions, our team at Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery Partners is dedicated to delivering optimal care and restoring functionality to our patients' elbows.
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Hip Arthroscopy

At Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery Partners, we utilise advanced techniques for hip arthroscopy to help patients regain mobility, alleviate pain, and improve hip function. Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure for diagnosing and treating various hip joint conditions. It is commonly recommended for patients experiencing hip pain, stiffness, or limited mobility, such as labral tears, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), hip dysplasia, or loose bodies in the joint. 

During the procedure, small incisions are made around the hip joint to insert a tiny camera called an arthroscope and specialised instruments to visualise and examine the inside of the hip joint, which helps identify the root cause of the hip pain or other issues in your joint. 

Depending on your condition, our experienced surgeons may recommend treatment options, such as repairing or removing damaged tissue, reshaping the bones to alleviate impingement, or removing loose fragments from the joint. This minimally invasive approach offers several benefits, including shorter recovery times, less postoperative pain, and reduced risk of complications compared to traditional open surgery. 

Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure which helps ensure faster recovery times and less postoperative pain.
Hip replacement surgery helps relieve pain and restore function in the hip joint.

Hip Replacement

Hip replacement, also known as total hip arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure that relieves pain and restores function in the hip joint affected by severe arthritis or injury. Arthritis, particularly osteoarthritis, can cause the cartilage in the hip joint to deteriorate, which may result in pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. 

During hip replacement surgery at Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery Partners, the surgeon removes the damaged bone and cartilage in the hip joint and replaces it with artificial components made of metal, plastic, or ceramic materials. Hip replacement surgery helps alleviate pain, improve hip function, and enhance the overall quality of life for individuals with hip arthritis or injury. 

Our orthopaedic surgeons utilise advanced techniques and prosthetic designs to optimise outcomes and minimise complications. Postoperative rehabilitation plays a crucial role in recovery; therefore, our surgeons recommend strengthening exercises to ensure a smooth and successful recovery. Through personalised treatment plans, we strive to help patients regain mobility and return to normal activities with improved hip function and reduced pain.

Revision Hip Replacement

Revision hip replacement is a surgical procedure performed to replace a previously implanted hip prosthesis that has either worn out, become loose, or developed complications. Over time, hip replacements may experience mechanical failure, component wear, or infection, resulting in pain, instability, and reduced function.

During the revision hip replacement procedure at Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery Partners, the orthopaedic surgeon removes the failed components of the original hip replacement and replaces them with new implants to restore stability and function to the hip joint. Revision hip replacement surgery is often more complex than primary hip replacement due to factors such as bone loss, scarring, and compromised soft tissues.

Our surgical team utilises advanced techniques and specialised implants to minimise complications. Moreover, our commitment to personalised care extends beyond surgery, as we aim to support patients every step towards optimal well-being. Postoperative rehabilitation is a crucial aspect of the recovery journey; therefore, we help our patients restore strength and functionality while ensuring a smooth transition back to daily activities.

Revision hip replacement surgery helps replace a previously implanted hip prosthesis with new components

Driven by compassion, decades of experience in orthopaedic care, and modern technology, we strive to provide patient-centric care by alleviating pain, restoring mobility, and improving the quality of life for all our patients. At Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery Partners, where compassion meets experience, you can trust in us. 

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6A Napier Road #03-37
Gleneagles Annexe Block
Singapore 258500

Monday to Friday: 0900 - 1730hrs
Saturday: 0900 - 1230hrs
Closed on Sunday & Public Holidays

820 Thomson Road #06-08
Mount Alvernia Medical Centre A
Singapore 574623

Monday to Friday: 0900 - 1730hrs
Closed on Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays