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Hearing clicks and snapping in one's ankle can be quite common especially for patients to have recurring ankle sprains
Knee pain is a common ailment amongst especially long distance runners, and some present with knee inflammation and pain after a marathon.
The shoulder joint is perhaps one of the most complex in the human body.
Whiplash is a non-medical term describing a range of injuries to the neck caused by or related to a sudden distortion of the neck associated with extension, although the exact injury mechanisms remain unknown.
Athletic pubalgia, also called sports hernia, hockey hernia, hockey groin, Gilmore's Groin, or groin disruption is a medical condition of the pubic joint affecting athletes..
Sports hernia (Athletic Pubalgia) refers to an injury to the groin or lower abdominal region which does not recover even with many months of rest, medication and physiotherapy.
Whiplash is a common name for an injury which involves sudden whip-like motions that is forced on the neck.
Here are nine (9) simple tips that you can use beginning today to offload pressure and strain from your back
Repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) are usually caused, related or aggravated by occupation (our work), but such overuse injuries can also be caused by activities outside of work, such as sports, habits, and hobbies, including golf, tennis, dance, musical instruments.
These days we hear a lot about core strength, core training, core stability, core many things - this article seeks to bright some light and clarity on matters of the core and back pain
Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) is very prevalent in our society today, and almost every one has one or more - do you have repetitive strain injuries?
Decreased productivity due to aches, pains and injuries from being desk-bound and repetitive strain injuries can be very detrimental to the company and the injured worker. And that's why productivity is not just something that the "problem of HR and management"...
Sports-related Concussions And Head Injuries
About one in 5-6 individuals in Singapore suffer from back pains or neck pains - why?
Lumbar spine stenosis refers to the narrowing of the space in the lower spinal canal.
Should We Stretch Before An Event?
Trigger finger which is medically termed as ‘stenosing tenosynovitis’ is among the five causes of disability in the human hand.
Hamstring Exercises For Efficient Less Injury Long Distance Running
A herniated disc is known also ask disc buldge, compressed disc, herniated intervertebral disc, herniated nucleus pulposus, prolapsed disc, ruptured disc and the most inaccurate term of all, slipped disc
Dr. Henry Chan is a certified Orthopaedic Surgeon by Ministry of Health of Singapore. He obtained his basic medical degree from National University of Singapore in 2004. He became a member of the Royal College of Edinburgh and obtained Master of Orthopaedic Surgery in 2009.