Clinic Introduction
Orthopaedic surgery has progressed by leaps and bounds since the days when Orthopaedic surgeons only operated on infections and when even fractures were left alone and not fixed surgically. However with progress comes uncertainty. Patients now have information overload.
At the OrthoKlinic, we take pains to advise patients on the correct course of action with evidence based medicine. Orthopaedic surgery is not all about surgery. Surgery is always a last resort. We strive to empower the patient with the right information and together we will make the best decision.
Ankle ligament tear / injuries - Arthroscopic ankle ligament surgery
Ankle ligament tears are very common. They result from a severe sprained ankle. Clues that the ligaments may be torn will be presence of severe bruising and inability to put weight on the foot...

Achilles tendon Injury
For Achilles tendon injuries to recover smoothly, patients should receive ample rest. Stretching of the tendon is the mainstay of treatment. Insoles can help to correct any mal-alignment that is contributing to the problem...

Chronic Ankle Pain What could be the problem?
Treatment of ankle pain has advanced significantly. Many conditions which used to be less known and underdiagnosed can now be treated by minimally invasive surgery...

Bunion Surgery
Bunions are very common. They cause pain over the big toe. Many severe ones also affect the second and third toes leading to pain in the front of the foot. Although footwear....

Adult Acquired Flat Feet
Flat feet is very common in our population. Up to 20% of us have flat feet. Most of them are painless and therefore harmless. However, some of us do not have flat feet....

Diabetic foot ulcers
A major complication of diabetes are foot ulcers. Majority will heal as long as the blood supply to the foot is good and infection is treated appropriately....

Osteoarthritis of the knee and knee pain
Osteoarthritis is a very common condition in the knee. It is the most frequent cause of knee pain in a middle aged or elderly person....




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