Consultants

Our doctors
DR. THIRUKUMARAN SUBRAMANIAM
MBBS (Calicut), FRCS (Ireland),
FRCS (Edinburgh), FAOI (Germany)
Fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Surgery (Singapore)

 

  • Graduated from Calicut Medical Collage, India in
    1992.
  • Fellowship from the Royal Collage of Surgeons in
    Ireland and from the Royal Collage of Surgeons in
    Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • International AO Fellowship in minimal invasive trauma surgery (Germany)
  • Trained in advance reconstructive surgical techniques and Fitbone surgery at the University of Munich, Germany.
  • Worked in Tan Tock Seng Hospital Singapore and
    obtain a Fellowship in Reconstructive surgery from
    Singapore.
  • Founded the Mahkota Orthopeaedics Reconstruction
    and Limb lengthening center in the Mahkota Medical Center, Melaka, Malaysia in 2005.
  • Special interest include lower limb reconstruction,
    computer assisted surgery and robotics.
  • Author of “Office Orthopaedics for the GP”, an
    interactive CD-ROM which forms the basis of the
    Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia`s course onpractical orthopaedics.
JEYARATNAM T SATKUNASINGAM
MBBS (Malaya)), FRCS (Edinburgh),
MS Ortho ( Malaya), FAOI (England)
Fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Surgery (Singapore)

 

  • Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine University
    Malaya in 1994
  • Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons in
    Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Masters of Orthopaedic Surgery from the Faculty of Medicine, University Malaya.
  • Trained in minimal invasive surgery and pelvic surgery in Leeds U.K. Obtained the International AO Fellowship in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery.
  • Fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Surgery from
    Singapore.
  • Trained in limb lengthening and deformity correction at the University of Munich, Germany
  • Trained in Orthopaedic Sports Surgery in Perth,
    Australia.
  • Special interest in sports surgery and is currently
    the surgeon for the Malacca state soccer team in the Malaysian Super League.
  • Author of “Office Orthopaedics for the GP”, an
    interactive CD-ROM which forms the basis of the
    Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia`s course on practical orthopaedics.