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Dr Yip Man Hing

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Dr Yip, a senior orthopaedic consultant surgeon with more than 21 years’ experience here and abroad in treating orthopedic problems ranging from common orthopaedic problems, sports injuries and degenerative changes of orthopedic problem. Be assured that you will be receiving professional treatments that suit your needs. Dr Kevin Yip is currently operating at the Singapore […]

Prescription Sports

RUNNING ON A HARD SURFACE

Running is one of the most popular sports in the world. This not only covers marathons and track and field running – running is also part of the training in virtually all other sports, including soccer, rugby, handball and triathlon. Running is a very efficient method for maintaining or improving […]

Self Diagnosis of Sports Injuries

The principles of injury management rely on the premise that we know what we are treating. Diagnosis is the key to success. We must differentiate injuries such as ‘knee sprain’, ‘muscle strain’ and ‘bruises’ from the corresponding pathoanatomical diagnoses: ‘rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament’, ‘grade II muscle rupture’ or ‘intra-muscular haematoma’. In some cases, […]

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

Basics Description Injury to the OSD, the primary stabilizer to posterior translation of the tibia on the femur at the knee Classification (see Posterior drawer test under Physical Exam): Grade 1: Tibial plateau is anterior to the femoral condyles. Grade 2: Tibial plateau is level with the femoral condyles. Grade 3: Tibial plateau is […]

Patellar Dislocation

Basics Description Patellar dislocation usually refers to lateral displacement of the patella out of its normal alignment in the trochlear groove of the femur. The patella is held stable by ligamentous forces, muscular forces, and bony anatomy. Disruption of any of these 3 components can lead to recurrent patellar instability. Classification: Subluxation: Patella sits […]

Meniscus Tear

Basics Description A meniscus tear is an acute or degenerative injury to the meniscal fibrocartilage of the knee. Classification: Acute tear: Longitudinal (50-90%) Radial (6%) Flap (4%) Degenerative tear: Mostly horizontal cleavage or complex tears Epidemiology Acute tears occur mainly in adolescents and young adults, and degenerative tears predominate in the 40-60-year-old population. Degenerative […]

Medial Collateral Ligament Injury

Basics Description An MCL injury is a sprain of the MCL, which is the primary restraint to valgus stress on the knee. It occurs mainly in athletic teenagers and young adults, and equally among males and females. Classification: Grade I (mild): Microscopic sprain with intact fibers Grade II (moderate): Partial tear Grade III (severe): […]