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Pregnancy-related Changes And Aches
Prevent Running Side Stitches
Sesamoiditis is a painful condition that is caused by increased pressure to our sesamoids and are associated with activities requiring increased pressure on the ball of the foot, such as jogging, running, basketball, squash, football, golf, tennis, and ballet.
Dr Ramesh Subramaniam Orthopedic Surgeon
Piriformis Syndrome – Sciatica
Dr Arthur Tseng is a consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, who sub-specialises in Urogynaecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery at Gleneagles Hospital.
Dr Yeo Sow Nam is Director of The Pain Specialist, Mount Elizabeth Hospital. He is also Past President of Pain Association of Singapore and a Ministry of Health appointed advisory member for Pain Management, Chairman of Pain Section, Chapter of Anesthesiology
Dr. Paul E. Zakowich is an American-trained specialist, Board Certified in Internal Medicine. He graduated from New York Medical College, and did his residency training at the Duke University Medical Center and the University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
The ‘locking’ sensation is an indication of a possible meniscus tear in your knee
The experience of your knee ‘giving way’ is an indication that you might have torn your Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
Hamstring strains are very common in sports involving sprinting, change of direction and jumping.
Neck-related Headaches Physiotherapy
Ring and Little Finger Numbness In Cyclists - Ulnar Nerve Compression
We had a great session with Nisha! Meg just has a sprained neck (so much better now) but I think more importantly, Nisha has impressed on her to strengthen
Can Bad Posture Cause Scoliosis?
Clicking shoulder is a common complaint with swimmers where the shoulder ‘clicks’ with movement or with load/strain.
An ankle sprain normally occurs following sudden twisting or sideways movements of the ankle - do we really need an X-ray for a sprained ankle?
Structural imbalance is basically when bones and joints are not in their best optimal position when weight or load is applied.
Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Another 4 things to avoid during the first 72 hours of a sports or acute orthopedic injury