Dr. Kevin Yip

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

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Lordosis Treatment in Singapore

Lordosis

Lordosis

Lordosis is an increased curving of the spine.

Considerations

The spine has three types of curves:

Kyphotic curves refer to the outward curve of the thoracic spine (at the level of the ribs). Lordotic curves refer to the inward curve of the lumbar spine (just above the buttocks). Scoliotic curving is a sideways […]

Clinical Evaluation-Physical Findings

Distinguishing anterior shoulder pain caused by biceps tendon disorders as opposed to subacromial impingement can be difficult, as these two entities usually co-exist. Although there are some exam maneuvers, which attempt to isolate the biceps tendon, there is still a fair amount of overlap and the definitive diagnosis of isolated biceps tendon pathology is extremely […]

Meniscus injury

WHAT IS KNEE PAIN DUE TO MENISCUS INJURY?

The meniscus is a small “c” shaped cartilage that acts as a cushion in the knee joint. They sit between the femur and the tibia bone, one on the outside and one on the inside of the knee. A meniscus tear occurs when the cartilage tear and […]

Physical Exam

A thorough physical examination should include careful evaluation of the cervical spine to rule out a neurologic problem such as a herniated cervical disc that can mimic shoulder pathology. This is especially true if a patient presents with bilateral symptoms.

If subacromial impingement is suspected, specific tests should be used and documented. The Neer and […]

Tips and Guidance to Prepare for your Surgery

UNDERGOING AN ORTHOPEDIC SURGICAL PROCEDURE

The range of treatments performed by an orthopaedic surgeon may cover anything from traction to hand reconstruction, spinal fusion or joint replacement. They are involved in the treatment of broken bones, ligamental strains and sprains, as well as joint dislocations. Some specific procedures include arthroplasty, arthroscopic surgery, bone grafting, fasciotomy, […]

Knee Pain Due to Meniscus Injury

WHAT IS KNEE PAIN DUE TO MENISCUS INJURY?

The meniscus is a small “c” shaped cartilage that acts as a cushion in the knee joint. They sit between the femur and the tibia bone, one on the outside and one on the inside of the knee. A meniscus tear occurs when the cartilage tear and […]