Dr Johnson Pok-Him Tam is currently a trainee working in the West Midlands area in the United Kingdom. He graduated from Bristol University with a MBChB and has since worked in the West Midlands deanery. Dr Tam is also pursuing a Master's in Medical Education as part of his postgraduate studies. During his undergraduate degree, he developed a specialist interest in Trauma & Orthopedics, especially relating to soft tissue injuries of lower limbs and sports orthopedics due to his passion in health and fitness. Dr Tam is a keen athlete and regular pushes himself by pursuing new sports, most recently being scuba diving. He has multiple poster and podium presentations at various national and international orthopedic conferences. Most recently, he has published a research paper on Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome, a condition commonly seen in the athletic population
Dr Tam has keen interest in sports orthopedic related disorders, especially soft tissue injuries in the lower limbs. His interest area includes chronic compartment syndrome, ACL injuries, patient outcomes and rehabilitation for athletes.