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Orthopedic Specialist Consultation

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Our Specialists

  • Dr. Samson Cho
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    Department Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

    Working location Parkway Hospital People's Square, Parkway Gleneagles Medical & Surgical Center, Parkway Jin Qiao Medical & Dental Center

    Language English, Cantonese, Mandarin

    Introduction 

    Dr. Samson Cho has over 15 years of clinical experience, specialized in sports injuries and arthroscopic surgeries. He emphasizes the importance of tailor-made treatment plan according to the individual's sports, working, daily activities and time schedule, starting from conservative approach until the real necessity to surgery. He is experienced in conservative treatment such as prolotherapy, PRP injection, rehab strategy and arthroscopic surgeries for shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle joints. He is leading a team of multi-specialties including surgeons, physiotherapists, chiropractors, etc. to provide comprehensive customized medical service to all individuals’ needs.

     
  • Dr. Bin (David) Jiang
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    Department Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

    Working location Parkway Hospital People's Square, Parkway Gleneagles Medical & Surgical Center, Parkway Jin Qiao Medical & Dental Center

    Language English, Japanese, Shanghainese, Mandarin

    Introduction 

    Dr. David Jiang has an MD degree from the Shanghai Jiao Tong University school of Medicine in China, long term served in Orthopedic department of Ruijin Hospital as resident, attending doctor and associated professor. He completed further training at the Fuji Toranomon Orthopedic Hospital in Japan, and has been a visiting scholar at upstate medical university of New York. Dr. Jiang has over 25 years of clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of bone, joint, and muscular problems, sports injury etc., including arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder, ankle injury such as cross ligament reconstruction, meniscectomy & repairing, rotator cuff repairing and cartilage injury of joints; four limb’s fracture with open reduction & implant fixation. Meanwhile he also has extensive experience with ankle and hand disorders, such as ankle ligament reconstruction, Hallux valgus deformity correction, Achilles tendonopathy, carpal tunnel syndrome treatment with operation etc. In addition, Dr. Jiang specializes in joint and spine pain management, using lumbar epidural injection, spinal facet joint injection. He serves as a lecturer for national continuing education classes of Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Medicine.   Read More>>

     
  • Dr. David Shen
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    Department Hand Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

    Working location Parkway Gleneagles Medical & Surgical Center

    Language EnglishGerman, Shanghainese, Mandarin, 

    Introduction 

    Dr. David Shen is a plastic and hand surgeon with over 25 years working experience. He specializes in complex hand injuries and diseases such as hand/wrist pain and lump, hand contracture (Dupuytren’s disease), treatment of difficult wound and soft tissue defect, ingrown toenail treatment, diagnosis and treatment of nerve compression syndromes and peripheral nerve injury, and treatment of axillary apocrine bromhidrosis (injection or mini-invasive excision or traditional excision). Dr. Shen graduated from Fudan University Shanghai Medical College (China) and from Medizinische Hochschule Hannover (Germany). He completed his residency at the Department of Plastic, Hand and Reconstructive Surgery, Burn Center in Hannover (Germany). Dr. David Shen served as Professor and Director at the Department of Plastic, Hand and Aesthetic Surgery, in Shanghai First People's Hospital affiliated to Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China).   


     

Orthopedic Specialist Consultation

Sports and orthopedic injuries commonly occur, and if left untreated, may lead to chronic problems or serious complications in the future. Often, prompt medical care and targeted procedural treatment can help prevent loss of mobility and improve quality of life. Parkway offers modern surgical procedures and is committed to providing customized courses of treatment for each patient.

  • Knee arthroscopy

  • Prolotherapy

  • PRP injection

  • Ankle ligament reconstruction

  • Carpal Tunnel Release

  • Knee arthroscopy

    Arthroscopy is a surgical procedure of the knee to repair or replace a damaged meniscus (the C-shaped discs that cushion the knee). Meniscal repair is a relatively simple procedure that can be done by arthroscopic surgery (keyhole surgery). Knee arthroscopy can be done as an outpatient procedure (day surgery) so that you can go home on the same day.

    Arthroscopy is often recommended to treat many knee injuries, including meniscal tears. The smaller wounds from the arthroscopy causes less pain than those from open surgery as well as being more cosmetically appealing.

  • Prolotherapy

    Prolotherapy (Proliferative Therapy), also known as Non-Surgical Ligament and Tendon Reconstruction and Regenerative Joint Injection, is a recognized orthopedic procedure that stimulates the body’s healing processes to strengthen and repair injured and painful joints and connective tissue.

    Prolotherapy is an alternative therapy that may help reduce pain and repair body tissues, for example, with osteoarthritis.

  • PRP injection

    Platelet activation plays a key role in the body's natural healing process.

    Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses injections of a concentration of a patient’s own platelets to accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints. In this way, PRP injections use each individual patient's own healing system to improve musculoskeletal problems.

  • Ankle ligament reconstruction

    Ankle ligament reconstruction is a surgical procedure that tightens the lateral ligaments of the ankle. This surgery is intended for active, healthy patients who have experienced frequent ankle sprains which has led to chronic ankle instability and pain.

    Non-operative treatments include physical therapy and supportive ankle braces. For some patients with mild or moderate ankle instability, these non-operative treatments are sufficient to resume activities, and an operation is not necessary. However, for patients who remain symptomatic after trying conservative therapies, surgery may be considered.

  • Carpal Tunnel Release

    Carpal tunnel release involves cutting the carpal ligament to reduce pressure on the median nerve. The carpal ligament is one of the tissues that connect the bones in your wrist together and the nerve runs through your wrist to your hand. Carpal tunnel release is a minor procedure that can be performed as day surgery with local anesthetic. The operation is usually done through a small cut on the palm of your hand, near your wrist, or by keyhole surgery.

    Surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome is usually done if you have had moderate to severe symptoms that have lasted for 6 months or longer. Symptoms include pain, numbness and tingling. The pain should go away immediately after surgery, but nerve symptoms of numbness and tingling may take longer to improve.

Other Treatments We Perform
  • Hallux valgus deformity correction

  • Shoulder Decompression

  • Tumor Excision

  • Limb Knee Reconstruction