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It is a well-documented fact since the mid-1990s that shoulder pain is the second most common musculoskeletal complaint in physiotherapy clinics after low back pain1,2. Commonly, patients would complain of pain over the lateral aspect of the shoulder (over the deltoid tubercle) and/or have difficulty lifting their arm up. The common diagnosis would normally be […]
Are you experiencing shoulder pain? In this article, we explain why shoulder pain occurs and how shoulder pain physiotherapy can help with pain relief
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is refers to sensory loss and motor weakness. This happens when the median nerve in the carpal tunnel is compromised. Disorders from the repetitive or cumulative trauma in the wrist and hand may lead to implications. These include significant loss of hand function and lost work time. The causes of such […]
Elbow injuries can hinder simple day to day activities such as getting dressed – If you are experiencing elbow pain, read on to find out what you should do about it.
There are many benefits to practicing yoga. Aside from stress relief, read on to find out how yoga can offer relief to neck and shoulder pain.
Frozen shoulder can negatively affect your quality of life and make simple day to day activities seem impossible.
Most people may confuse a frozen shoulder with adhesive capsulitis. While both actually share similarities, find out how different they are from each other.
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Occurrences of shoulder injuries are common, especially during holidays. In this article, Chye Tuan shares how you can steer clear of them.
Do you return from a holiday only to feel you need another one to recuperate? Discover what these holiday pains are and how to avoid them.