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Dr Mohammad Ashik

Head, Sport and Exercise Medicine Service and Senior Consultant, Orthopaedic Surgery
KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore

Dr Ashik is a Senior Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon. He received his fellowship training in Sports and Orthopaedic surgery in Germany. Dr Ashik is instrumental in his department for advocating minimally invasive surgical approaches (small incisions/keyhole surgeries) with the aims of achieving less patient discomfort, shorter hospital stay and faster recovery. As Head of Sport and Exercise Medicine service in KKH, he works closely with both clinicians and allied health personnels to further develop the service via a multi-disciplinary approach. He is also a faculty member in the LKC Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine program.

Dr Ashik's areas of clinical and research interest are;
1) Sports injuries in children and adolescents
2) Arthroscopic (keyhole) surgeries of the hip, knee, ankle, shoulder and elbow
3) Cartilage repair and joint preservation
4) Patella dislocation and reconstructive surgery
5) Paediatric and adolescent trauma 
6) Lower limb malalignment and deformity correction

Presentation Title: ACL Injury in the Paediatric and Adolescent Patient

The following points will be discussed in the presentation:
- Diagnosis
- Treatment decisions
- Operative and non operative treatment options
- Outcome measures
- ACL injury prevention

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