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Best Ways To Avoid And Treat Tech-Neck Symptoms
25 Feb 2019, 5:01 pm
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Cleaning Your Way to Injuries
08 Feb 2019, 11:25 pm

With the cleaning fever taking over the world by storm, so are the occurences of musculoskeletal injuries. Find out how to prevent them.

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Why Prehab Could Be Answer to Your Sports Injuries
12 Mar 2018, 11:53 am

Most of us know what rehab is. But do you know about prehab and what it can do for you to prevent sports injuries? Find out more here!

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The One Thing Cyclists Need for Better Performance
03 Jan 2018, 11:24 am

Are you a cyclist? Whether professional or amateur, find out how cyclists you can treat fatigued muscles and boost your performance.

6 steps to managing pelvic pain in pregnancy
6 steps to managing pelvic pain in pregnancy
09 Jun 2016, 10:13 am

The third installation of our Women’s Health series centres on another type of pelvic pain: the pubis symphysis, located on the front of the pelvis. Principal physiotherapist Sylvia Ho explains how and why this pain surfaces during pregnancy, how to reduce symptoms and manage pain.

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Preventing the rise of shoulder injuries
27 May 2016, 5:31 pm

The rise in popularity of endurance sports is seeing an increasing trend of shoulder injuries. In this article, our principal physiotherapist and basketball enthusiast, Chye Tuan shares some tips to prevent shoulder injuries while playing sports.

Serratus Anterior and Side Stitches
Serratus Anterior and Side Stitches
08 Oct 2015, 11:51 am

Have you noticed a side stitch that creeps up on you every time you decide to go for a much-needed evening run? Myofascial trigger points (aka muscle knots) in overworked serratus anterior muscles are the most frequent cause of these incapacitating snitch that affects many runners and other athletes.

Sharpening Blunt Instruments
Sharpening Blunt Instruments
30 Jan 2015, 8:00 am

If you have been a regular reader of our articles, you know that we emphasize on the need for deep differential diagnosis. But the why the need for this deep thinking may not be so obvious. By and large the physiotherapy techniques are blunts instruments. They take much time to sharpen, experience that any physiotherapist […]

Better to Break a Bone Than to Tear a Ligament or Tendon
Better to Break a Bone Than to Tear a Ligament or Tendon
16 Jul 2013, 10:10 am

Breaking a Bone isn’t as bad as you may think In the course of our work, we deal with both broken bones and torn ligaments on a day to day basis. One observation that we picked up through patients is that they tend to favour and protect one over the other. For instance – when playing a sport like […]

Why Are You So Guarded About Your Pain?
Why Are You So Guarded About Your Pain?
09 Jul 2013, 9:04 am

That may be a strange question to hear from your therapist who you just told about your pain, but the question still stands. However, instead of guarded meaning secretive, it means why is your body behaviour protecting the painful area. We all have been through this at one point of our lives where we have […]

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