Dr. Charanjeet Singh specializes in surgical sports medicine and in treating various orthopaedic conditions by performing arthroscopic repairs using minimally invasive techniques. He has over 13 years of experience and has set up his private clinic at Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur.
He completed his medical training at the National University of Malaysia in 1995. In 2002, he completed his post-graduate training and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He also completed a knee fellowship training programme in 1995 and was the first Asian fellow to train under the renowned knee surgeon, Dr. John Bartlett at Warringal Hospital in Melbourne. He continued his fellowship training in Australia under Dr. Jegan Krishnan at Flinders Medical Centre and Dr. Greg Bain at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Prior to setting up his own clinic (Bagry Sports Orthopaedics), Dr. Charanjeet served at Klang General Hospital and Kuching General Hospital as a Medical Officer. He was also a Trainee Lecturer. In 2007, he started his private practice. At his own clinic, he performs up-to-date procedures using minimally invasive techniques in treating a wide variety of sports injuries and complicated fractures as well as degenerative diseases of the bone.
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Bagry Sports Orthopaedics was established by Dr. Charanjeet Singh in 2008 with the goal to provide comprehensive orthopaedic medical and surgical care including diagnostic, imaging, laboratory, and outpatient consultation services. The clinic specializes in the treatment and management of torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament injuries), knee injuries and disorders, meniscal tears, rotator cuff tears, and shoulder injuries and disorders. Dr. Charanjeet completed his medical training at the National University of Malaysia (NUM) in 1995. Shortly after, he joined Klang General Hospital and Kuching General Hospital as a Medical Officer. He then became a Trainee Lecturer at NUM. In 2002, he completed his post-graduate training in orthopaedic surgery and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. To further enhance his skills, he went to Australia where he completed his one-year training under the renowned knee surgeon, Dr. John Bartlett at the Warringal Hospital in Melbourne, making him the first Asian fellow to do so. At Bagry Sports Orthopaedics, Dr. Charanjeet treats patients with sports injuries that affect the knees and shoulders as well as those who are suffering from fractures and degenerative diseases of the bone through arthroscopic repairs using minimally invasive techniques.