Dr Ananda also continues to enjoy sharing his knowledge by teaching medical students at the Nus Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Duke-Nus Medical School, as well as orthopaedic surgery residents and family medicine trainees. He was part of the Master of Medicine in Orthopaedic Surgery Committee that is involved in orchestrating training of junior orthopaedic surgery residents. Dr Ananda also regularly gives talks in the region, to assist the development of other medical practitioners.
Dr Ananda enjoys spending time with his family, and remains an avid athlete himself – engaging in a variety of sports over the years from cycling, running, badminton, football, basketball, swimming to amateur golf, rock climbing, yoga and tennis as well. As a competitive cyclist in particular, Dr Ananda believes that being an athlete himself allows him to understand the rigors of competition and the special considerations that athletes require in rehabilitation and the road to recovery and competition post-injury. Through his practice too, Dr Ananda continues to serve in various capacities for sporting associations and continues to help step up for elderly and needy patients in society where he can.
He also remains committed to having a trusted and meaningful practice where he does his best to care for every patient well in a collaborative and trusted relationship, alongside a team of dedicated, nurturing and experienced staff, and has a dedicated following of patients over the years for all the learnings that he continues to share with them.