Dr Daniel Mok, an orthopaedic surgeon at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, visits international specialist centres twice a year to learn medical advances to help treat his patients. Photo: Frank Freeman
Dr Daniel Mok, an orthopaedic surgeon at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, visits international specialist centres twice a year to learn medical advances to help treat his patients. Photo: Frank Freeman

Why is Hong Kong shoulder specialist with 35 years’ experience happy to still be ‘medical student’?

  • Dr Daniel Mok of Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road visits international medical centres twice a year to learn new procedures to help treat patients
  • Orthopaedic surgeon says dislocations are common among young sportsmen and women, with 86 per cent of further problems occurring within two years

Dr Daniel Mok, an orthopaedic surgeon at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, visits international specialist centres twice a year to learn medical advances to help treat his patients. Photo: Frank Freeman
Dr Daniel Mok, an orthopaedic surgeon at Hong Kong Adventist Hospital – Stubbs Road, visits international specialist centres twice a year to learn medical advances to help treat his patients. Photo: Frank Freeman
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