Ryan MARSHALL, B.Pod.Med
Mr. Ryan Marshall is an Australian Podiatrist who graduated from Charles Sturt University (AUS) with the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence. He is based full-time at East Coast Podiatry, Kembangan branch.
Mr. Marshall is well-known for his painless and aesthetically-driven surgical approach for resolving ingrown toenails and nail infections. His clinical specialty is in biomechanics and advanced foot orthotics prescriptions. Mr. Marshall’s daily clinic cases comprises of resolving muscle and joint pains often suffered by urban adults as well as high-performance athletes. He has given talks and appeared on media discussing lower limb conditions afflicting modern women today.
Mr Marshall is trained and certified in medical shockwave applications for non-surgical treatment of musculoskeletal conditions such as heel pain, achilles tendinopathy and knee pain. He holds a stellar record of successful and speedy recovery cases, which is apparent from online testimonials by his patients.
Patients who are familiar with Mr. Marshall remember him for his warm Aussie personality, his calm and courteous demeanour, and his reliable treatment outcomes.
“Lower-limb pain in children is very common and it is essential that they have timely access to the correct treatment options to avoid long term complications. Treating paediatric patients requires special consideration as we have to understand the child’s growth and development as well as their developmental biomechanics. Whilst this can be challenging, it presents a great opportunity to intervene early and utilise conservative treatment options to support their growth and development, thus improving long-term patient outcomes. Personally, I find paediatric podiatry to be very rewarding. I enjoy working with children and ensuring that the child is comfortable and confident during both diagnosis and treatment. In addition, I think it is vital to encourage them to take initiative of their own health and treatment in order to get back into their activities pain-free, as every child should be.”Sports Injury Prevention
“Growing up with an athletic background, I know just how vital it is to be properly conditioned in order to function at peak performance. With a very large sporting demographic in Singapore, I see a lot of patients that want to take a pro-active step to take their activities to the next level, whilst avoiding associated sports injuries. By integrating modern healthcare technologies, I can ensure my athletic patients are training with optimal lower-limb function to enhance their performance and reduce their risk of sports-related injuries.”
Mr Marshall received his training in Podiatric Medicine from the Charles Sturt University in Victoria with clinical experience within the public and private Australian health systems. Before joining private practice at East Coast Podiatry, he was one of the podiatrists at the NHG Polyclinics in Woodlands, Yishun and Ang Mo Kio.
Mr Marshall’s passion in sports medicine helped him develop a keen understanding of how athletes function at peak performance and how that could be achieved through the effective management of musculoskeletal sports injuries.
Mr Marshall’s interest in podiatric medicine grew as he discovered that it was often the preferred conservative method to treat sports-related injuries and maintain fitness during recovery. As a natural outcome of these experiences, he has developed excellent skills in the delivery of comprehensive patient education as well as applying conservative management and patient-centred treatment designed to improve his patients’ quality of life, general health and athletic abilities.
Iliotibial band pain is a condition that affects the iliotibial band which stretches from the knee to the hip. Those suffering from this condition may experience pain and aching in the hip, knee and other parts of the leg or hear a click or pop in the knee. Watch as podiatrist Ryan Marshall explains more about the condition and how it can be treated.
- 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