Orthosports Foot and Ankle
#10-41 Mount Elizabeth Novena Specialist Centre
38 Irrawaddy Road Singapore 329563
For appointments call: 67348168

CALL: +65 96186540 (24 hours & Emergency)
EMAIL: email@footandankledoctor.com.sg


Dr Tan has dedicated his career to the treatment and advancement of Foot and Ankle Disorders. He is fellowship trained in the USA and Germany.

Some Conditions

The foot is a region of the body that is prone to develop different lumps and growths. Commonly, these grows can be a ganglion though all sorts of soft-tissue or bony growths can occur. These can cause pain or difficulty fitting the foot into a shoe due to the growth rubbing on the shoe or sandal. Surgery for the removal of a ganglion When this occurs, a removal of the lump can be useful not only to confirm the nature of the lump but also to relieve symptoms. The first step before any surgery is undertaken is an in-depth examination of the growth. Roughly 30 to 50 per cent of ganglion cysts may disappear without medical intervention, however it is crucial that any growth be…

Ankle and foot deformities and gait abnormalities are common in cerebral palsy. Often, foot rebalancing and tendon transfers can restore a better gait pattern and help correct painful foot deformities. This has to be individualized to each patient and his/her foot.

This is the opposite of flatfoot. When standing, the inner arch of the foot is high and above the ground. When the arch is very pronounced or there has been increased stress on the foot, symptoms can result. People with high arched feet can be prone to develop pain over the underside of the big toe (sesamoids), the heel, and the peroneal tendons or over the outer metatarsals. Having an abnormally high arch can increase pressure over these areas of the foot and can also be associated with decreased flexibility of the foot joints. In some situations, the high arched foot can be due to an underlying neurological cause (spinal nerve conditions, Charcot Marie Tooth disease, peripheral nerve disorders, stroke etc). In these cases, muscle…

Orthosports Foot & Ankle Doctor Singapore

Treatment for Injuries and Pain of the Ankle, Foot and Knee in Singapore

Get back on your feet. Orthosports Foot and Ankle Clinic provides consultation and treatment for individuals suffering from sports injuries and disorders of the lower limb. Whether you’re an athlete or an office-worker, we tailor our treatment of your injury and joint pain to your unique circumstances, working with you to create a plan most suited to your lifestyle and personal goals.

With a range of surgical, non-surgical and rehabilitative treatments available, our treatment is customised based on the severity and extent of your condition. At all stages – from pre-operative, to immediately after surgery to longer-term rehabilitation – we support you. Whether you require an opinion on ankle or knee arthroscopy for a sports injury, ligament or meniscus tear or  cartilage surgery for the treatment of arthritis, our clinic is here for you.

A leading foot and ankle doctor

Dr Tan Ken Jin is the head of our practice and consults with all patients. His subspecialties include the diagnosis and management of sports injuries and fractures, foot and ankle arthroscopy and treatment of foot deformities including bunions and flatfeet in both adults and children.

Dr Tan provides consultation for a wide variety of issues. This ranges from providing treatment for pain from joint sprains and minor injuries to conducting minimally invasive cartilage surgery for repair of damaged articular cartilage and ligaments in the ankle and knee.

Make an appointment today to discuss your injury treatment options

Get in touch with our ankle doctor today and discover a life less burdened by pain and immobility. Whatever your condition, whatever your age, whatever your lifestyle, we will endeavour to assist you.

Contact Orthosports Foot and Ankle clinic at 6734 8168 to speak directly to our staff. You can also send a message via email to email@footandankledoctor.com.sg or fill in our contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.