Dr. Tho Kam San is an orthopaedic surgeon with over 20 years of specialist practice experience. He has special interests in sports surgery, arthroscopic joint reconstruction, and knee and hip surgery.
He completed his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 1985 and Master of Medicine in Surgery (MMed) in 1989 at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Dr. Tho then pursued his training in sports orthopaedic medicine at Karolinska Hospital in Sweden. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine of Singapore (FAMS) and Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (FRCS).
His services include arthroscopic anterior/posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, joint debridement, meniscus repair, non-invasive orthopaedic treatments, rotator cuff repair, shoulder and hip replacement, shoulder joint ligament reconstruction for recurrent dislocation, total joint replacement, and unicondylar knee replacements.
Orthopaedics International Gleneagles['Adult reconstructive orthopaedic surgery', 'Sports medicine', 'Orthopaedic surgery'] in SingaporeView full profile
Orthopaedics International is one of the largest private orthopaedic practices in Singapore. It is a one-stop orthopaedic clinic that offers complete services for the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of all known musculoskeletal problems, with a special focus on sports-related injuries, spine conditions, and joint replacements. The clinic is staffed by eight specialist orthopaedic surgeons with different subspecialties to take care of each patient's orthopaedic needs. The clinic is also staffed by physiotherapists who provide inpatient and outpatient care. It has branches at major medical centres in Singapore: Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre (Novena), Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre (Orchard), Gleneagles Medical Centre, Mount Alvernia Medical Centre, and Camden Medical Centre. The clinic is equipped with cutting-edge technologies and uses up-to-date methods and techniques as it strives to deliver the best possible outcome from medical or surgical intervention to education and rehabilitation. Its goal is to enable patients to return to their activity while minimising the risk of injury recurrence as much as possible. Orthopaedics International is guided by its five core values, which include respect for patients, treating patients with empathy and compassion, adherence to the highest standards of personal and professional integrity and ethics, commitment to continuous improvement, and collaboration and teamwork.