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Paediatric Care Singapore


Through our clinic at Tanglin Trust International School.

Across all of our clinics, we see many children as young as four with orthopaedic conditions such as Osgood Schlatter’s Sever’s, and a range of developmental issues and growing pains. We can assist with injury recovery and also students with high-performance goals, including personal programs for high-level athletes looking to win sporting scholarships to Universities. We work closely with doctors, podiatrists, surgeons and specialists to ensure optimal care for the young patient.

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Orthopaedic Conditions & Treatment

While not specialised in paediatrics, our therapists are experienced treating a range of problems specific to children.

In our ski clinics we see many children with orthopaedic conditions such as knee, wrist and foot injuries and can offer advice for the best ways to treat and manage discomfort.

Frequently Asked Questions

Sustaining an injury on a ski holiday can be a traumatic experience for a child and can cause a negative association with the sport. Children can lose confidence in their ability and are often not experienced in being injured and can become apprehensive. Older children  

Our therapists understand this and can make children feel at ease and reduce their pain.  

Children as young as 6 can sustain ligament tears in their knees and we have a range of children-sized braces to protect the joint and encourage healing. A torn MCL is very common and generally responds well to the correct treatment. 

If an X-ray or consultation with a medical specialist is required, we can assist to facilitate this in Japan or with our collection of affiliated specialists around the world. 

We can conduct an accurate fit-to-ski assessment and then work in collaboration with the child, parent, or guardian using the shared-decision making process to decide if the child is able to ski.