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Cervicogenic headache is in fact one of the common type of headaches. It can be treated with physiotherapy, whereas the main treatment for migraine is medication.
Low back pain or lumbago is a common musculoskeletal condition nowadays due to our hectic and stressful lifestyle
The most common issues of elbow pain are golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow.
Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is a common elbow pain condition.
Golfer's Elbow (medial epicondylitis) is inflammation and pain experienced over the inner part of the elbow, that can radiate down the inner part of the forearm
Shoulder dislocation and subluxation injuries refers to injuries where the humeral bone (the single long bone of your arm) when it dislocates or subluxes out of its socket.
Knee Pain Physiotherapy and Deep Tissue Management
Heat therapy can help your muscles and soft tissue to relax and stretch better (especially if they're shortened/tightened), improvs blood flow and circulation
Fallen arches in our feet refers to the degradation of the natural arch in our feet due to weight, injury or medical conditions.
Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia in our feet, and don't worry, it's something very common and easily treatable by our senior physiotherapists
A heel spur is a hook of bone that forms on the bone of the heel (calcaneal bone)
7 in 10 persons in the world has neck pain at some point in their lives
Complex regional pain syndrome is painful condition which occurs following an injury.
For muscles to function at optimally, they need to be relaxed, well rested and at their optimal lengths.
Children usually experience the same types of sports and musculoskeletal injuries as we adults face, but theirs is more vulnerable and at risk because their skeletal and muscle systems are still growing, and their bones are not as strong as adults' bones.
There are many different types and subtypes of arthritis, and most of the time, patients will benefit from ongoing hand therapy and physiotherapy intervention to slow the damage associated with arthritis.
Cupping (拔罐) refers to a specific type of Chinese massage, which consists of traditional chinese medicine (TCM) physicians placing several glass "cups" (more like open spheres) on the body.
Our cartilage structures and functions are easily injured and damaged, so we must take utmost care of them
Spondylosis refers a certain type of osteoarthritis of the joints in the vertebrae, affecting the center of the spinal vertebrae and/or the neural foramina.
6 in 10 adults suffer from back and neck pain every year, and out of these 6...and out of these 6, 3 of them, their back pain becomes long term.