Elliot YELDHAM, BSc.(Hons.)
Mr. Elliott Yeldham is a British Podiatrist who specialises in treating common lower limb pains and injuries. He graduated with honours in Podiatric Medicine from Cardiff Metropolitan University in Wales. He is based full-time at East Coast Podiatry, Orchard branch.
Mr. Yeldham is a well-rounded practitioner who handles a wide variety of patient cases from wound care to aches, pains and sports injuries. He is deeply valued by his patients for his ability to put them at ease. Mr. Yeldham is known for his handling of diabetic wounds and in his delicate surgical approach towards toenail removal and foot wart conditions. For pain management and musculoskeletal injuries, his treatment of choice is focal and radial shockwave therapy, to which he has been able to help many of his patients recover without the need for surgery.
Mr. Yeldham remains a licensed clinician with the U.K. HCPC and is registered with the Ministry of Health of Singapore and a fervent seeker of the best treatment methods for his patients.
“Growing up, I was heavily into sports and endured my fair share of injuries as a result. The worst of which was a severe ankle sprain sustained during football. As my family was unfamiliar with what podiatry could do at the time, I received very little in the way of treatment and advice on preventing further injuries. This led to multiple ankle sprains and a weakened ankle that is now more prone to injury. Because of this, I have a keen interest in helping patients with musculoskeletal injuries, and East Coast Podiatry has introduced treatment protocols that utilise advanced medical devices to offer patients with these injuries the most effective care available.”Wounds
“Since I started in podiatry, I have developed a deep interest into the pathophysiology and treatment management of wounds. With diabetes a growing concern in Singapore, I have had to handle chronic ulcerations on a regular basis, allowing me to develop further skills in advanced wound care. Due to this experience, I am deeply aware of the realities involving wound care and how to best advise patients on mitigating its effects on their lifestyles. Wound management is also one area of practice that requires regular contact with patients, and it is deeply gratifying to see how patients improve over time with the right treatment.”
Ingrown Toenails should be addressed as soon as possible to avoid swelling and infection. Watch as podiatrist Elliott Yeldham demonstrates how a podiatrist treats this common painful condition and prevent it from returning.
- General treatments (incl. scalpel work for wound debridement)
- Shockwave Therapy (radial, focused)
- Prescription Shoe Insoles (foot orthotics)
- Prescription Ankle Foot Orthotics (for conditions such as drop foot)
- Nail Surgery (minimal invasive technique with phenolisation)
- Ultrasound Diagnostic Scanning
- Sports Taping
- Hons. Podiatry Medicine
- Orthotics design
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