Dr. Kevin Yip

Dr Kevin Yip
Orthopaedic Surgeon
MBBS(UK), FRCS(EDIN), FAM(SING), FHKCOS(ORTHO)

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Blood Injection Therapy Platelet-Rich Plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) (also known as blood injection therapy) is a medical treatment being used for a wide range of musculoskeletal problems. Platelet-rich plasma refers to a sample of serum (blood) plasma that has as much as four times more than the normal amount of platelets.

In some conditions, this treatment […]

Double Bundle ACL Reconstruction in Singapore

Double Bundle ACL Reconstruction

Double Bundle ACL Reconstruction

Over the years, surgical technique for the repair of a ruptured or deficient anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) has evolved and changed. Most recently, in the 1990s, surgeons went from using a two-incision tunnel to a one-incision technique. Results of each method have been studied and are now compiled in this […]

A Patient’s Guide to Knee Arthroscopy

Knee Arthroscopy

Introduction

Knee Arthroscopy

The use of arthroscopy has revolutionized many different types of orthopedic surgery. During arthroscopy, a small video camera attached to a fiberoptic lens is inserted into the body to allow a physician or surgeon to see without making a large incision (arthro means joint scopy means look). The knee was […]

Hello and Welcome to our Orthopaedic Clinic

Are you looking for a good orthopaedic clinic around Singapore? You came to the correct site. With our Consultant Senior Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Kevin Yip and staff, let the Singapore Orthopaedic Clinic take care of you and your bone problems. Don’t let your current orthopaedic condition hinder you from your everyday activities. With our state […]

Singapore News – More sports doctors seen with growing demand for sports medicine

SINGAPORE: Singapore has seen a rise in recreational sports participation and events, as it played host to marquee events such as the F1 Singapore GP and the Youth Olympic Games.

This in turn, has led to an increase in demand for sports medical expertise, such as sports screening, rehabilitation and injury prevention.

The top […]

Skiing injury and ACL tear

Both skiing and snowboarding can result in sports injuries, but they tend to have slightly different injury patterns. Skiers are more likely to have knee injuries (from twisting motion during falls), and snowboarders tend to have more upper body injuries (as a result of falling on an outstretched hand). There are also many injuries common […]

Knee injury – Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear

What is Anterior Cruciate Ligament tear?

The anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, is one of four major knee ligaments. The ACL is critical to knee stability, and people who injure their ACL often complain of symptoms of their knee giving-out from under them. Therefore, many patients who sustain an ACL tear opt to have surgical […]

Periarticular Ligamentous Tissue: A Biochemical and Physiologic Assessment-Structure

Structure

The histology of periarticular tendons and ligaments is a much-neglected area of investigation. Although many histology texts combine these two tissues as “dense, regular connective tissue”, certain ligaments and tendons are sufficiently characteristic to be distinguishable from each other based upon their histological appearance .

The variables considered are collagen bundle width, cell morphology […]

Periarticular Ligamentous Tissue: A Biochemical and Physiologic Assessment-Key Points

Key Points

Although tendons and ligaments are composed primarily of fibrillar collagens, they have entirely different functions. Tendons are a conduit, connecting muscle to bone. Ligaments are short bands of fibrous tissue that bind bone to bone. Collagen is the single most abundant animal protein in mammals. Collagen molecules assemble into characteristic fibers responsible for […]

SPECIFIC TESTS-Medial shearing

Significance

This test is used to detect internal derangement at the inner side of the knee. Pain on jerk is suggestive for a minor lesion at the tibial insertion of the anterior cruciate ligament.

Positioning.

The subject lies in the supine position with the knee flexed to a right angle, and the heel resting […]