Our goal and primary mission is to inspire and restore your active working and sporting life. SPIRE stands by these values:-
2) Physical health
3) Intellectual engagement
4) Relational empathy
5) Emotional support
Dr. Ambrose Yung
Dr Ambrose Yung Wai Yin is an experienced Specialist Orthopaedic Consultant with over 20 years of experience in the field of orthopaedics. His area of interest extends includes complex operations such as revision knee arthroplasty, partial knee replacement and primary total knee replacement. His area of expertise also extends to minimally invasive shoulder, ankle and knee surgery as well as reconstruction of the upper and lower limbs.
Dr Ambrose Yung had travelled to Oxford University Hospital in the UK after being awarded a 1-year fellowship and trained at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Hip Centre & Knee Division. During this period, he was at the forefront of technology by learning the latest in computer guided navigational partial and total knee replacement.
Dr. Ambrose Yung volunteered his medical services during the SARS epidemic in 2003, and was conferred a Merit Certificate of Honor by the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong. In Singapore , he was also involved in providing medical relief to the victims of the Indonesian earthquake in 2006. For this contribution, he was awarded the Minister for Health Award in Singapore.
On the academic front, Dr Ambrose Yung Wai Yin actively participates in nurturing and inspiring the next generation of doctors. He was a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, and Clinical Physician Faculty, Singhealth Residency.
In line with the vision of SPIRE Orthopaedics, Dr. Yung believes in walking the journey of recovery with his patients.
Our satisfaction comes when we see patients journey through their recovery and return to their active self.
Dr. Low Mun Hon
Dr Low Mun Hon has over 20 years of experience managing trauma and orthopaedic clinical care. Prior to this, he has been in private practise as an orthopaedic practitioner at Singapore Sports & Orthopaedic Clinic (SSOC).
Dr. Low graduated from Monash University Medical School (Melbourne). Thereafter, he pursued his internship at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne.
He subsequently continued his practice of medicine at Singapore General Hospital (SGH). During this period, he was awarded the membership of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons at Glasgow in 2008 & Master of Medicine in Orthopaedic Surgery (National University of Singapore) in the same year.
Dr Low had previously worked as an orthopaedic trainee at various local teaching hospitals i.e. Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH), Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KK Hospital) and Singapore General Hospital (SGH).
He was an ex-Malaysian national swimmer & is currently an avid badminton player who participates and enjoys sparring with players such as Boonsak Ponsana (ex Olympic Silver Medalist) in international tournaments. He enjoys sports such as triathlon, running and tennis.
Justin Lim Xuan Li (Physiotherapist)
Justin is a skilled and experienced physiotherapist who specializes in the treatment of neuro-musculoskeletal conditions - nerve, muscle and joint problems.
Over the years, he honed his clinical skills across all sectors of healthcare, allowing him to attain mastery of the sophisticated human body and address complex problems effectively, allowing him to successfully address complex neuro-musculoskeletal conditions at an accelerated pace.
Justin graduated from Trinity College Dublin and started his career in National Healthcare Group Polyclinics. His skills quickly gained recognition and was appointed as a clinical educator for physiotherapy students and even tasked to develop Clinical Practice Guidelines.
Subsequently, he continued his practice in community care settings such as Thye Hwa Kwan Rehabilitation Centres and Saint Andrew Community Hospital, where he focused on developing his skills for geriatric rehabilitation and improving quality of care in rehabilitation centres. He then moved on to private practice in Parkway East Hospital, specializing in post operative and outpatient rehabilitation.
His passion for physiotherapy stems from his belief in the self-healing potential of the human body. He constantly updates himself with scientific readings and research on the human body beyond the scope of a physiotherapist. He has even conducted continuing education courses in Singapore Institute of Technology to help other physiotherapist further develop their clinical reasoning and exercise prescription skills
Justin is an active individual who enjoys running, swimming and practicing martial arts such as Aikido and Wing Chun. As an active person who had his fair share of sports injuries, he understands the pain and suffering of not being able to enjoy physical activities freely. Fortunately, as a physiotherapist, he is able to rehabilitate any sports injury that he sustains with his clinical expertise - Clinical Pilates (DMA).
Ivy Yeung (Physiotherapist)
Ivy is a registered physiotherapist in Singapore and Hong Kong with 18 years of experience. She specialises in musculoskeletal conditions, stroke rehabilitation and sports physiotherapy and is the physiotherapist for Singapore's National athletes and teams.
Ivy holds a degree in physiotherapy from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a Masters degree in Manual Therapy from the University of Western Australia. She also holds the Level 1 and 2 certification in Clinical Pilates.
Ivy's experiences spans from musculoskeletal physiotherapy in Hong Kong to treating a broad spectrum of patients with issues in orthopaedics, neurology, paediatrics, pre- and post-natal care, and intensive care (ICU)in East Shore Hospital, Singapore.
She also worked in Changi General Hospital where, besides looking after patients, she mentored students and junior physiotherapists and developed a clinical practice guideline. In recent years, she served both the elderly population in SASCO, Renci Nursing Home and St. Luke Eldercare, and the sporting community in the Singapore Sport Institute.
As a nature lover, Ivy likes to hike and kayak when there is a chance. To keep herself fit, she also jogs, cycles and swims.
Yilin Yap (Pilates Rehab Trainer)
Having taught Zumba fitness for a few years, Yilin fell in love with Pilates and decided to pursue a teaching career in it. Being a dancer of 20 years, Yilin is very interested in strength and mobility of the body and is very passionate about imparting these knowledge and skills to others. Be it in dance or Pilates, she places strong value and emphasis in proper technique for a safe and effective practice.
Her dedication to helping clients achieve their physical goals through Pilates gives her a great sense of accomplishment, and she hopes to inspire more people to reap its benefits. She is keen to share her passion and assist clients in their wellness, fitness journey towards rehabilitation.