Dr Dennis Ng is an orthopaedic surgeon at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore.
He has more than 13 years of clinical experience and specialises in the treatment of shoulder, knee and elbow conditions.
He treats common conditions such as frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tears, shoulder impingement, shoulder dislocation and instability, shoulder arthritis, upper limb fractures, tennis elbow, as well as knee conditions like knee cartilage injury, ligament tears (ACL), meniscus tears, and knee arthritis.
He is experienced in the management of sports injuries, having treated professional athletes in North America. Patients include athletes for sports such as basketball, soccer, judo, rugby, rock climbing and cycling.
Dr Ng obtained his medical degree from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2007. Subsequently, he pursued his postgraduate training in orthopaedic surgery and obtained his master’s degree in 2013.
He was awarded the Human Manpower Development Plan scholarship from the Ministry of Health and underwent subspecialty training at Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Centre in Ontario, Canada.
Dr Ng was the former deputy head of the Shoulder & Elbow Division and a member of the Sports Medicine Division at National University Hospital (NUH).
He was a core faculty for the NUH Residency Program, and was an assistant professor at NUS.
He was a part of the organising committee for the National Shoulder & Knee Arthroscopy Course.
Dr Ng has contributed to the scientific literature of orthopaedic surgery, with papers published and abstracts presented at both local and international medical conferences.