I’m Exercising but I’m not Losing Weight. Why?!
If you're exercising regularly but you are just not seeing the results you want in terms of weight loss, it can be frustrating. There are a few possible reasons why this might be happening. One possibility is that you're not burning enough calories as you think you are. It's important to remember that obesity is a complex condition, and simply exercising more isn't always going to lead to weight loss. In
4 Reasons for why Physiotherapy is better than pain pills?
Are you suffering from acute or chronic pain that is affecting your quality of life? Are you anxious when you run out of painkillers and have no other way to manage your pain? Well, if this is so, you may benefit from reading this article and have a shift in perspective. It is undeniable that pain is the most common reason why people seek medical treatment. This is because chronic pain
How to Fix Sore Knees with Exercise!
Often, there will be some pain and swelling following a knee injury, or when you have conditions such as Osteoarthritis, Iliotibial Band Syndrome or Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. Pain and swelling are not to be taken lightly as it may lead to weakness and atrophy of the thigh muscle (Vastus Medialis Oblique/ VMO). Eventually it may affect one’s ability to walk normally and climb the stairs. It would therefore be of utmost
3 simple exercises to “activate” your shoulder!
Are you involved with sports or activities that places a strain on your shoulders? That slight niggle or ache may be a first sign of a symptomatic shoulder. Read on to find out what the shoulder complex encompasses, the potential sources of pain and more about some simple exercises you can start to prevent shoulder pain. What does the shoulder comprise of? Shoulder, one of the most complex and mobile joints in the human
Debunking Myths of Lower Back Pain
Approximately 80% of adults have experienced low back pain/ dysfunction at certain points of their lives, and among those individuals, there are likely about 80% of them that will experience recurring back pain. We have seen many patients come in with all sorts of theories from their sources found online that imposed fears and worries before even receiving proper diagnosis or treatment! And we can tell you from experience that
Weight Management: Fighting the odds to begin Exercising
Weight Management: Fighting the odds to begin exercising Finding it hard to start exercising? Feeling the resistance to exercise? Perhaps there is more to be explored before you can feel comfortable to participate in physical activity. This week we will look at the factors that may be hindering you from getting active to help manage your weight as well as touch on why it is important to get you moving as soon
Mind, Body & Life: Mindfulness for healthier minds and healthier bodies
Have you been moving from task to task without even thinking about it? Feeling fatigued from the daily hustle at work or going through your chores? Then you may have been on an “auto-pilot” mode for a while. In this week’s segment on Mind, Body & Life, we will introduce some of the basics needed to stop us from acting automatically, from going through the motions without thought. One of such
The Awkward Neck; What can help with my pain?
Regardless of the nature of your job or lifestyles that you lead, you may have come across the occasional awkward Neck pain. Symptoms may range from mild to severe, from a lack of mobility, to stiffness and pain with movement. These manifestations should not be ignored as it may indicate an underlying problem. In this article, we seek to discuss some of the common causes of neck pain, highlight some of
Scoliosis in Kids
Does your kid slightly lean on one side while walking or bending? Are you worried about the slight twist or unusual curve that your kid is having? It might be scoliosis but as long as
Is the day of surgery around the corner? Are you ready for it? There is one best way to prepare yourself for it- Pre-op rehabilitation
If you are scheduled for an ACL reconstruction, RTC repair, Joint replacement, chemotherapy or any other surgery, it is important to prepare your