Dr Yeoh completed his medical degree at the University of Sydney in 2000 and his orthopaedic training in January 2010. He then undertook further postgraduate training in Canberra and London Ontario, Canada. His Clinical Fellowship in Canberra focussed on upper limb and knee surgery, while his year in London Ontario focussed on hand and upper limb surgery through the world-renowned Hand and Upper Limb Centre.
In addition to clinical work, Dr Yeoh was instrumental in research projects into elbow arthroscopy and distal radius fractures. He also gained a commendation from the University of Western Ontario for his role in education of medical students.
He practises general orthopaedic surgery with a particular clinical interest in hand and upper limb conditions. He is proficient in both open and arthroscopic surgery, and is committed to finding the best solution for his patients.
Dr Yeoh’s particular interests in hand and wrist surgery include conditions such as:
Dr Yeoh’s particular interests in shoulder and elbow include conditions such as: