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Dr. Ramesh Subramaniam
ORTHOPEDICS
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Singapore
PRACTISING AT
Avant Orthopaedics - Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital


LANGUAGE

English

SHORT BIOGRAPHY

Dr Ramesh is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in Shoulder and Knee Surgery. After his residency training in Singapore at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, he completed a Shoulder and Knee Surgery fellowship at the Santry Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin, Ireland. He also went on to do a further sports surgery fellowship with Hospital Quiron and Hospital Del Mar in Barcelona, Spain. As part of his fellowship stints, he was involved in treating international professional rugby players and soccer players. He now practises at Avant Sports, Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Clinic. He is available for consultation at his clinics with the Parkway Group of Hospitals –Mount Elizabeth Novena and Parkway East Hospital. He is also a visiting consultant with Tan Tock Seng Hospital and Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. He consults for general orthopaedic problems, but his main area of expertise is in the area of shoulder and knee surgery. He also has a special interest in treating sports injuries and hip arthroscopy.

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ANSWERS ON 7TH MARCH 2021 (2 MONTHS AGO)

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Hi

It is common to lose range of the shoulder or the neck (cervical spine) after a sprain injury due to muscular spasm, pain or tightness. 

It will be advisable to have...

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ANSWERS ON 4TH MARCH 2021 (3 MONTHS AGO)

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It's been 3 years since the surgery. If there is pain and crepitus, you should get an Xray and MRI of the wrist to evaluate the current situation. 

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ANSWERS ON 16TH DECEMBER 2020 (5 MONTHS AGO)

In this situation, I would advise that you get a MRI scan of your elbow to rule out occult fracture or soft tissue damage. Hope you recover well

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ANSWERS ON 16TH DECEMBER 2020 (5 MONTHS AGO)

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Dear Rach

I would suggest getting an Xray of the elbow to rule out a fracture or any possible dislocation. It's not uncommon to have a fracture of the elbow when...

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PRACTISING AT
Avant Orthopaedics - Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital


LANGUAGE

English