Dr. Roy Koh Kiok Miang

Dr. Roy Koh Kiok Miang

Dr. Roy Koh Kiok Miang

MBBS, MMed (Surgery), FRCS - General Surgery

18 Years Experience

Dr Koh has expertise to manage a wide variety of neurosurgical and spinal problems. His interests lie in minimally invasive (keyhole) spine surgeries for treatment of spinal tumors as well as degenerative and trauma related spinal problems. Dr Roy performed Singapore’s first minimally invasive removal of a spinal tumor, as well as other spine surgeries, from simple discectomies, laminectomies, TLIF (transforamina lumbar interbody fusion), cervical fusion and disc replacements to complex scoliosis and deformity corrective surgeries and resection of spine tumors.

Thomson, Singapore

FeM Surgery @ Alvernia

820 Thomson Road, Landmark: 574623, Singapore

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Mon - Fri

09:00 - 05:00

Sat

09:00 - 01:00

$150

Services

Minimal access neurosurgery for pituitary tumors
Sympathectomy for palmar hyperhydrosis
Discectomies
Resection of spine tumors
Scoliosis and deformity corrective surgeries
Cervical fusion and disc replacements
TLIF
Laminectomies

Specializations

Neurosurgeon
Spine Surgeon

Awards and Recognitions

Most Outstanding Medical Officer, Department of Surgery NUH - 2005
Service Champion Award Khoo Teck Puat Hospital - 2013

Education

MBBS - National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2000
MMed (Surgery) - National University of Singapore, Singapore, 2006
FRCS - General Surgery - Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSE), U.K, 2011

Memberships

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSED)
Clinical Neuroscience Society
Singapore Medical Council

Experience

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2006 - 2010 Neurosurgery Registrar at National University Hospital
2010 - 2011 Specialist Registrar at Addenbrookes Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge
2011 - 2015 Consultant at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
2012 - 2012 Visiting Consultant at National University Hospital
2012 - 2012 Visiting Consultant at Jurong General Hospital

Registrations

09396C Singapore Medical Council, 2000
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