At SBF Sports & Hand Centre, we understand how essential our hands are for daily life – from simple activities such as holding a pen to more complex tasks like playing a musical instrument. We specialize in the intricate and detailed treatments of hand and forearm injuries aimed to restore your hand’s functionality and help you return to your daily routines.
Our highly skilled team of hand surgeons, Dr Y P Peng, Dr Yeo Chong Jin, and Dr Tan Ter Chyan, use their extensive experience and advanced surgical techniques to treat a broad spectrum of hand and forearm conditions. Whether it’s a fracture, ligament injury, tendon tear, nerve injury, avulsion, blood vessel damage, or direct skin loss, we are here to provide you with the most effective treatment options.
Injuries to the hand and forearm can vary significantly in severity, with certain injuries requiring immediate attention. Among these are injuries to the nail bed and fingers and penetrating injuries from accidents involving sharp objects such as knives. These damages can affect multiple tissues and require surgical repair to prevent further complications.
At SBF Sports & Hand Centre, our specialist hand surgeons have the expertise to fully assess your injury, tailor a suitable hand injury treatment plan, and guide you through the entire healing process.
Recognizing Singapore’s growing preference for minimally invasive surgeries, our team employs these procedures wherever applicable. This approach reduces scarring, accelerates healing, and promotes a quicker return to regular activities.
Post-operative care is integral to the healing process. Our team ensures that you receive all necessary care and guidance, leading to a swift restoration of hand and forearm function.
Some hand injuries require immediate medical attention, including severe fractures, dislocations, deep cuts, or any injury causing numbness or inability to move the finger or hand.
Signs of a serious hand injury can include severe pain, inability to move the hand or fingers, deep cuts, bone protrusion, and numbness. If you experience any of these symptoms, please seek immediate medical attention.
Minimally invasive surgery involves using specialized techniques and equipment to operate with less damage to the body than with traditional open surgery. This approach can often lead to less pain, faster recovery, and fewer complications.
The recovery period varies based on the type of surgery and the severity of the injury. You may need to wear a cast or splint for a while, and physical therapy is often necessary to restore strength and flexibility to the hand and wrist.
Our surgeons, Dr Y P Peng, Dr Yeo Chong Jin, and Dr Tan Ter Chyan, are all highly skilled and experienced specialists in hand surgery. They have extensive training in treating various hand and forearm conditions and are dedicated to providing all patients with the highest quality of care.
Absolutely. Our team of specialists is adept at treating a wide range of sports-related injuries. We aim to get you back to your sport safely and quickly.