Mr. Michael Widjajana, an Australian-Indonesian Podiatrist practicing in Singapore, who embarked on his career journey in the medical field at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH) before transitioning to private practice. He holds a Master of Podiatric Medicine degree from The University of Western Australia and is a licensed member of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
With expertise in managing various lower limb conditions, including ankle, forefoot, knee, and chronic musculoskeletal pains, Michael specialises in handling complex cases such as deformities resulting from polio, walking difficulties due to congenital abnormalities, neurological deficits, and patients with special needs. Having trained in both high-risk environments and private clinics, he possesses a diverse skill set, allowing him to handle a wide range of podiatry cases, from paediatrics to the elderly.
Michael employs innovative approaches like Shockwave therapy to stimulate healing in bone, joint, and tendon-related issues. He is passionate about providing the best care to his patients and consults individuals from around the world who visit Singapore specifically for his expertise at East Coast Podiatry. His multicultural practice, influenced by his Indonesian background and language fluency, attracts many Indonesian patients seeking lower limb and biomechanical care.
Recognising the importance of early intervention, especially in paediatric cases, Michael emphasises proactive approaches in his practice. In addition to his clinical work, he actively contributes to online content creation to raise awareness about podiatry. Furthermore, he dedicates his Sundays to volunteering, offering basic podiatric care to elderly communities, showcasing his commitment to giving back to society.