Dr. Leo Pien Ming Sean
MBBS,MRCS (Edin), MMed(Ortho), FRCSEd (Ortho)
Knee and Lower Limb Surgery, Sports Surgery
Dr Leo completed his post-graduate training in the speciality field of Orthopaedics Surgery in 2009. Following that, he underwent a one-year clinical fellowship at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, Australia. During his time as a fellow, he was involved in the care of the Gordon Rugby Football Club based in Chatswood, Sydney. As a team physician, he provided medical coverage during New South Wales Rugby Union League games as well as clinical consultation and treatment for the team players. He had received sub-speciality training in the field of regeneration, repair, restoration and resurfacing of joint injuries during his fellowship. He has particular interests in sports injuries in the child and adolescent athlete, ligament reconstruction, realignment surgery and cartilage transplantation, and knee replacement surgery.
After retiring from active military service in 2012, Dr Leo joined Changi General Hospital (CGH) and worked as an orthopaedic consultant. Dr Leo plays an active role in training young medical doctors through his appointment as a clinical tutor with the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in NUS and also the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine in Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He had been mentored many undergraduate students and was awarded the NUS Special Recognition Award for being a role model to the medial graduating class of 2016. Dr Leo is also a Faculty member of the Singhealth Orthopaedic Residency Program and was involved in the interview, selection and training of orthopaedic residents to become eventual orthopaedic specialists. He also supervises overseas clinical fellows during their attachments with Changi General Hospital Orthopaedic Department. Dr. Leo is frequently invited to teach junior doctors from the ASEAN region through overseas orthopaedics courses and workshops.
His subspecialty clinical expertise includes management of:
Computer Guided Surgery
Osteoporosis Management and Fragility Fractures.