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Rehabilitation and Pain Management

Doctor or Physio – Who Should You See?
14 Nov 2018, 10:22 am

Sustaining injuries are inevitable, whether it is a major or a minor injury. Despite the likelihood of occurrence for an injury, the masses are ill-informed of the medical assistance available for that specific injury. Medical intervention should be sought but who should one seek help from? Doctors address the medical aspect of a pathology and […]

How Yoga Can Relieve Some Neck and Shoulder Problems
01 Nov 2018, 3:52 pm

With the increase in the number of deskbound jobs, a common complaint among office workers would be neck and shoulder pain from spending too much time in at the desk. Yoga can help with relieving some of these built up muscle tension. Below are a couple of reasons how and why yoga can help relieve […]

Symptoms and Causes of a Frozen Shoulder
24 Oct 2018, 11:55 am

Alternatively referred to as adhesive capsulitis, a frozen shoulder is a very common condition. It’s characterized by a reduced mobility on the shoulders as a result of the stiffening of the muscles. Sometimes, a frozen shoulder can be mistaken for arthritis. However, it is important to take note that both conditions are different. Where frozen […]

Differences Between A Frozen Shoulder and Adhesive Capsulitis
17 Oct 2018, 1:25 pm

Frozen shoulder is often alternatively known as adhesive capsulitis, and for good reason – these two conditions both present themselves as pain in the shoulders, and is often accompanied by stiffness. But while that is true, there are differences. For example, adhesive capsulitis affects the capsule, which refers to the fibrous ligaments found surrounding the […]

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