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8 Sinaran Drive 02-02/03
Novena Specialist Center
Singapore 307470

 

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1 Paya Lebar Link #01-06
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Singapore 408533

 

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988 Upper Serangoon Rd,
01-01 Stars of Kovan
Singapore 534733

 

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The Metropolis Tower 2
Singapore 138589

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November 2023

In the bustling city-state of Singapore, where the focus on health and wellness is continually growing, diabetes remains a significant concern, affecting a large number of people. An often-overlooked complication associated with diabetes is the ailment known as frozen shoulder. As individuals cope with the various challenges that diabetes presents, frozen shoulders add an additional layer of pain and physical limitation. Before we explore the link between diabetes and frozen shoulder,

Perhaps you noticed a visible gap between your children’s knees when they stand up straight with both feet together. This can be a sign of bow legs or genu varum, a medical condition common but not only limited in young children where the legs curve outward and form an “O shape”, and the knees remain apart even when the feet are close together. How are Bow Legs Diagnosed? While bow legs result