Dr Kevin Koo is an acclaimed orthopaedic surgeon who has been featured extensively in many media platforms including Straits Times, Zao Bao, Peak Magazine, Her World, Tatler, Expat Living, Women's Weekly, Icon Magazine, Channel 5 & 8, Radio 938, 893 & 958, Yahoo News and many more.

You may read some of his expert contribution below

Source: The Straits Times © SPH Media Limited. Permission required for reproduction.

Other Articles

Lower Leg Pain: The Lowdown
By Expat Living / December 2023
The Comprehensive Guide to Orthopaedics
By The Bone and Joint Centre / June 16, 2023
Taking Up Climbing? Try it Safely with this Guide.
By Mount Elizabeth Hospitals / November 22, 2022
Common Climbing Injuries
By Expat Living / November 2022
Higher Ground
By Tatler / October 28, 2022
Invasif Dini untuk Solusi Nyaman Pengguna High Heels
By Tatler Indonesia / October 28, 2022
You ask, They Answer - About Gout
By Global Health / 2022
What to do for a sprained ankle
By Expat Living / December 14, 2021
The Do’s and Don’ts After an Orthopaedic Surgery
By The Bone and Joint Centre / April 1, 2022
Before and After a Bunion Surgery
By The Bone and Joint Centre / March 8, 2022
What are bunions and can they go away on their own?
By Expat Living / November 12, 2021
Know the Difference: Strain, Sprain and Fracture
By Mount Elizabeth Hospitals / May 13, 2021
Living with Gout: What to Eat and Avoid
By Mount Elizabeth Hospitals / December 17, 2020
Common Conditions Causing Heel Pain
By Mount Elizabeth Hospitals / November 17, 2020
3 alternative sports to try in Singapore
By SILVERKRIS MAGAZINE / November 6, 2020
How to Fix a Weak Ankle That Sprains Easily
By Mount Elizabeth Hospitals / September 24, 2020
Health Suites: Don't Dance your way into injury
By MONEY FM 89.3 / October 5, 2020
Are Your Everyday Work Heels Causing You Distress?
By HERWORLD ONLINE / November 1, 2018
Don’t wait to get bunions treated
By Singapore General Hospital News / January 7, 2018
Sidestepping severe dance injures
By Singapore General Hospital News / February 13, 2020
If you have diabetes, take special care of your feet
By Yahoo News Singapore / April 18, 2018

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