“To Thrive In Live, You Need 3 Bones. A Wishbone. A Backbone. And A Funny Bone”

— Reba McEntire

About This Department

The Orthopaedics department provides comprehensive care for musculoskeletal conditions in patients of all ages. Our areas of expertise include upper-limbs (shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands), feet and ankles as well as arthroplasty procedures.



Spine surgery
  • Following consultation and failed conservative spine management (medication, physiotherapy, chiropractic, manipulation) we provide Spine Surgery.
    Our methods are minimally invasive, thus, ensuring minimal trauma and rapid recovery. It is important to note that our procedures can be undertaken on all ages due to their nominal effects.
  • Bone Pain – Fractures, Bruise, Osteoporosis, Cancer
  • Joint Pain – Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hand, Hip, Knee, Ankle, Foot
  • Muscle Pain – Sprain, Tear, Spasm
  • Cartilage – Wear, Defects
  • Ligaments –Sprain, Tear
  • Nerve – Numbness, Paralysis
  • Spinal Cord – Spinal Cord Injury, Cancer, Compression

Other Services


  • Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, Needle Scope, Discography
Non-invasive therapy
  • Laser, Shockwave, TENS, Myofacial, Needling
Minimally Invasive
  • Endoscopic Spine, Arthroscopy, Radiofrequency, Microscopic, Intradiscal
  • Ilizarov, Joint Replacement, Cartilage Grafting, Limb Lengthening
  • Prolotherapy, PRP, Stem Cell Therapy, Chondrocytes
Pain Management
  • Pain Mapping, Peripheral Nerve and Spinal Cord Stimulation

Head Clinician

Dato’ Dr. Selva Kumar

    MBBS (Ortho), AM (MAL), Fellowship Spine (Germany)

Dr. Eugene Wong

    MBBS (Belg), MS Ortho (Mal), AM (Mal), Fellowship in Spine Surgey (A’Laide & Melb, Aus Emory USA)

Dr Vicknesh Anandan

    MBBS, MS Ortho (UKM), Fellowship in Sports Arthroscopy & Trauma (MAL)

03-2303 9911


Sports Medicine

Our Sports Medicine Programme emphasizes injury prevention; specialised rehabilitative strategies and state-of-the-art surgical techniques to treat injuries of the shoulder, elbow, and knee.



Arthroscopy and reconstructive surgery (surgery of knee, shoulder and ankle)
Arthroplasty of hip and knee (replacement surgery)
General trauma
Muscoskeletal injection

Useful info and health tips

Every day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide wake up with orthopedic problems that limit their ability to live a free and active life, making bone and joint conditions among the most common causes of severe long-term pain and physical disability.

Stay Active

One of the most important ways to maintain healthy bones and joints in the long-run is daily exercise. Whether you are implementing an active lifestyle as a preventative measure or trying to strengthen an already fragile skeletal system, the key to developing strong bones and joints over time is to start slow and ease into a routine that works for you.

Eat Right

In combination with the right amount of exercise, a healthy diet promotes healthy bones and joints. The key to maintaining a balanced diet is finding ways to be intentional about incorporating nutritional foods into each meal. Make sure you are getting enough of the following nutrients to keep your orthopedic health on track.

Gear Up

Don’t let fashion get in the way of your orthopedic health. The clothing we wear can make or break our bone and joint health, so adorning the proper gear can be an easy way to work towards a pain-free life. Instead of wearing high heels, which throw the body out of its natural position, look for shoes that provide comfort and support. Make sure your feet have plenty of room within the shoe to avoid cramping and deforming. Additionally, wear looser fitting clothes to aid proper blood circulation and flexibility of muscles.