Smart Solution for Joint Pain

Wed, 7 Oct, 2020, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (GMT+8)

Zoom Video Webinar

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This event is strictly for NUSS members and members' guests.

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About the Event

Topic: Minimally Invasive Robotic- Assisted Knee and Hip Replacement Surgery

Knees and Hips are the largest joints that support your body weight so that you can move freely. A painful knee or hip can severely affect your daily activities.

The field of joint replacement is rapidly advancing, and people with higher activity demands are needing joint replacements to treat arthritis and related issues. Subspecialty surgical expertise, along with advances in biomaterials and appropriate use of technology such as robotic-assisted surgery, form the 3 key pillars of successful joint replacement.

Join us at this webinar to learn the common issues and treatment options for knee and hip.

About the Speaker
Dr Gurpal Singh is a specialist board-accredited, fellowship-trained Orthopaedic surgeon subspecializing in orthopaedic oncology, joint replacement and sports injuries. Dr Singh’s clinical practice consists of bone and soft tissue tumours (benign and malignant), robotic-assisted joint replacement, complex reconstructions of the lower limb, and arthroscopic (key hole) surgeries of the hip and knee including sports injuries and meniscus/ligament reconstruction.
Dr Singh has a special interest in technologies in joint replacement surgery such as robotic-assisted hip replacement surgery, and has obtained his robotic-assisted surgery training and certification from Florida, USA. Dr Singh has regularly been invited to the Asia-Pacific region to conduct workshops to train Orthopaedic surgeons in this area. Dr Singh is also actively involved in research on increasing life span of joint replacements, and preventing infection and early failure of joint replacements.
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