Alpha Joints & Orthopaedics is a specialist clinic located at Gleneagles Hospital, a Joint Commission International and International Standards Organisation (ISO)-accredited hospital that features world-class medical facilities, advanced imaging centre and surgical technologies, and state-of-the-art operation theatres to which Dr. Lim Lian Arn has access to, allowing him to provide comprehensive and advanced diagnostics and treatment for his patients.
Alpha Joints & Orthopaedics specializes in trauma, osteoporosis, adult reconstruction, revision joint surgery, osteotomies, and knee, hip, elbow, and shoulder replacement. It also handles arthroscopic and sports surgery as well as foot, ankle, and spinal problems and damaged shoulder rotator cuff and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
Dr. Lim Lian Arn has over 21 years of experience. He holds an MBBS degree from the National University of Singapore and is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeon in the United Kingdom. He completed his fellowship training in adult reconstruction at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester in the United States in 1998. He is committed to excellence and helping patients make well-informed and timely decisions about their orthopaedic problems. He takes the time to explain their conditions and formulate individualized orthopaedic solutions using the most advanced technologies and industry-approved materials. To further improve patient outcomes, Dr. Lim partners with other medical professionals such as radiologists and physiotherapists who offer supporting services such as therapies and same-day imaging.
Dr. Lim Lian Arn is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of a wide range of orthopaedic conditions ranging from ankle instability to end-stage arthritic joints. He offers non-invasive treatment (therapies), minimally invasive (keyhole) surgery, and invasive procedures such as joint replacements. His goal is to provide timely and evidence-based orthopaedic solutions to relieve pain as quickly as possible and ultimately, restore movement and function.