Dr Wenus Ho

MBChB (Edinburgh)

Fusion Medical

Wheelock Place
501 Orchard Rd #04-11, 
Singapore 238880 

Phone: 6235 1512
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About Dr Wenus Ho

1. Specialty/Sub-Specialty/Area of Medicine

General Practitioner

2. Services

  • Botox
  • Fillers
  • Skin Boosters
  • Korean PDO Thread Lifting
  • Peels
  • Vaccinations
  • Health screening (Exercise/Treadmill Test, Ultrasound, X-Ray)
  • Counselling on diet, exercise, and weight management

3. Experience

Dr Wenus Ho is a family physician, designated workplace doctor, and Aesthetic Medicine doctor with Fusion Medical. As with that, her main interest lies in Aesthetic Medicine, Family Medicine and Women’s Health. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh and has since then taken up various graduate and postgraduate trainings. With that and years of practice, she has experience and vast knowledge in different kinds of treatments.

Dr Ho has continuously advanced her skills by following the latest trends and technologies in Aesthetic Medicine. She is known to be soft and patient, helping all her patients reach a natural and rejuvenated look.

She also frequents local and overseas conferences to keep herself updated on treatments for women’s health-related issues. This includes menopause management, hormonal replacement and stress urinary incontinence among many others. Being a mother herself, she understands the body changes and thus the concerns women may have after childbirth.

As a Family Physician, Dr Ho strongly believes that everyone should age healthily. With that, counseling on diet and lifestyle improvement is an integral part of her practice. She also provides guidance in both disease management and prevention through health screenings.

4. Awards and Achievements

5. Publications 

6. More Information

Education

  • MBChB (Edinburgh)
  • Postgraduate diploma of dermatology with distinction, The University of London.
  • Postgraduate diploma from the Royal College of Physician , UK (MRCP UK)
  • Graduate diploma of family medicine, National university of Singapore
  • Graduate diploma of occupational medicine , National University of Singapore.
  • Diploma of aesthetic medicine, American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine

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What You Should Know About Treating Sleep Apnea In Singapore (2019)
What You Should Know About Treating Sleep Apnea In Singapore (2019)

The importance of a good night's sleep should not be neglected. Sleep is just as important as the roles of exercise and proper diet in maintaining your health.

It is recommended for us to have around 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night. Sleep enables our body to rest and recuperate in preparation for the day ahead. It allows our mind and body to function at optimal levels.

However, it is not just the quantity of sleep that is important. The quality of sleep is just as essential. Certain medical conditions can affect the quality of sleep.

Snoring is a common condition affecting many of us. It affects our sleep and can be linked to breathing issues. On the other hand, sleep apnea is often a bigger problem. This is because it can lead to other serious issues if left unchecked.

Here, I would like to explain in detail, the characteristics and factors that lead to sleep apnea and introduce possible treatment options for obstructive sleep apnea. Hopefully, with this article, you will be able to understand how you can manage the condition.

Read on to find out what you can take away from this article!

325 views 23 Aug 2019
SPF or Sun Protection Factor indicates the level of protection against UVB radiation . Other than the visible light that we can see with our naked eye, the sun transmits UV radiation to the ground as well, which is invisible to us. 95% of these UV rays are UVA rays , with the rem...
19 Aug 2019
Before menopause starts, you usually start experiencing some “ perimenopause ” symptoms which means around menopause. It usually starts sometime in your 40s . During this phase of transition to menopause , common symptoms you will experience include the following ...
19 Aug 2019
Currently, we do not know the specific triggers of Type 1 Diabetes. It is an auto-immune disease whereby one’s immune system produces “auto-antibodies” to destroy cells in the pancreas which produce insulin. We do know that it has a strong family link.
13 Aug 2019
There are no cancers totally preventable by vaccinations. I would explain that some vaccines can reduce the risk of cancers but not totally prevent it. A good example is the Cervical Cancer Vaccine or HPV (Human Papillomavirus Vaccine). It reduces the risk of contracting strains of HPV whic...
13 Aug 2019
Statins are meant to treat dyslipidaemia/ high cholesterol issues. We aim to keep cholesterol control optimal for diabetic patients and the decision to start, continue or stop taking statins is dependent on the control of the cholesterol levels and other contributory factors that ca...
13 Aug 2019
The thyroid gland is an organ in the human body that secretes a hormone called thyroxine that helps maintain the metabolism of the body. I classify thyroid issues broadly into a hormone issue vs an anatomical issue. For hormone issue, if the problem is that of “high levels&...
13 Aug 2019
Please see a doctor to discuss the issue. I would first want to confirm the diagnosis of Trichomoniasis is accurate by a history, examination and possible review of the investigations results, and if so, review risk factors and possibility of persistent exposure to risk factors or r...
13 Aug 2019
Please see a doctor to discuss and evaluate possible causes. In patients who are “well” and with history of “sensitive nose”, it usually is a cause of post-nasal drip whereby mucus accumulated over night “backflows” to the throat and causes the se...
13 Aug 2019
I would recommend a review by a gynaecologist or a GP to review a full medical history as well as menstrual history and physical examination. From history, physical examination and the profile of the patient, doctors can narrow down the causes and prescribe diagnostics tests as requ...
13 Aug 2019
I would advise that you consult a doctor regarding oedema on your foot. Oedema is a symptom/manifestation of underlying issues and it is more important to treat the underlying issue, rather than treat the oedema. Common causes of oedema of foot without serious underlying issues can ...
13 Aug 2019
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Bone spurs are a fairly common occurrence on the foot and frequently occur either at the plantar area (base of foot) or the Achilles region (heel area). Treatment of bone spurs on the foot depends on the severity of symptoms that my patient shares with me. 1- Asymptomat...
6 Aug 2019
Ichthyosis Vulgaris is a condition usually caused by a genetic mutation. The skin becomes thick, scaly and dry over the years as the condition slows down the skin's natural shedding process and makes it difficult for the body to maintain natural skin barrier. The...
5 Aug 2019
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