Dr. Kevin Yip


Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Kevin Yip is a senior consultant who specialises in orthopaedic trauma surgery.

Having more than 20 years of experience in treating various kinds of Orthopaedic problems in Singapore, England, and Hong Kong. Dr. Kevin Yip has mastered the science of medication and the insight of Orthopaedic surgical professionalism.

Dr. Kevin Yip obtained his medical degree from St. Thomas’ Hospital London, England. He completed his post-graduate training in London, obtained his Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1990, and worked in several hospital units in England before moving to Hong Kong.

He became an Associate Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Prince of Wales Hospital and participated in extensive research in various fields especially the knee and shoulder.

After leaving Hong Kong in 1998, he joined Gleneagles Hospital as a Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon. Apart from general orthopaedics, his main areas of interest are knee and shoulder surgery.

Affiliations of Dr.Kevin Yip

  • Fellow Of The Hong Kong College Of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Founding Fellow Of The Hong Kong Academy Of Medicine (02163)
  • Fellow Of The Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association
  • Fellow Of The Royal College Of Surgeons Of Edinburgh
  • Founding Member Of Asian Association For Dynamic Osteosynthesis
  • Honorary Faculty Member of the Interdisciplinary Centre For Musculoskeletal
  • Bioengineering and Rehabilitation Technology
  • Member Of Hong Kong Society For Surgery Of The Hand
  • General Medical Council (3118719)
  • Hong Kong Medical Council (8526)
  • The Medical Protection Society (HK5182)
  • Hong Kong Public Doctors Association
  • University Medical Doctors Association
  • Prince Of Wales Hospital Doctors Association
  • Hong Kong Medical Association
  • Shatin International Union Hospital (Admission Right No C025)
  • Admission Right to most private Hospitals in Singapore

Dr. Kevin Yip has also authored one book ‘A Guide to Common Orthopaedic Problems’. He pioneered the use of extracorporeal shockwave therapy in tendinopathy as well as platelet rich plasma therapy in tendon injuries. Both treatments are done conservatively in the clinic and usually for foot, ankle, elbow and wrist.