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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

Parkinson's disease is a chronic progressive neurological disorder of the central nervous system that affects our body’s non motor and motor system. In Singapore, statistics indicate that 3 in every 1,000 individuals above 50 years old are diagnosed with Parkinson's. With the country's ageing population and increased life expectancy, this prevalence amongst the elderly is anticipated to grow by 2030. Although there's no definitive cure, physiotherapy exercises have been shown to

Persistent tailbone pain, or coccydynia, can be both uncomfortable and disruptive. This condition, which affects the small triangular bone at the base of your spine, also known as the coccyx, can lead to sleep disturbances and a reduced quality of life. In this article, we'll delve into the causes of coccydynia, its impact on sleep, and discuss how to relieve and manage tailbone pain. Understanding the Causes of Chronic Tailbone Pain There

If your first steps out of bed are often accompanied by unexpected foot discomfort, don’t sleep on this concern. A perplexing pain that presents itself primarily in the morning and after a good night’s sleep could indicate underlying conditions like ligament inflammation and issues related to improper footwear. Discover common causes of foot pain, and how physiotherapy might be the solution to your morning foot pain. Common Causes of Foot Pain Foot pain

Do you often wake up tired, even after a full night's rest in bed? Poor sleep quality might be the culprit, and one significant contributor is how we position ourselves during sleep. If you find yourself waking up with a stiff shoulder or neck pain, you're not alone – these are common consequences of poor sleep posture. But did you know that physiotherapy can be your secret weapon against those

What is Scoliosis?  Characterised by a side-ways curvature in the shape of an ‘S’ or ‘C’, scoliosis can affect people of all ages. The most common form is idiopathic scoliosis, meaning the cause is unknown. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) affects children between the ages of 10 and 18, with the onset often occurring around the time of puberty. There is a much higher prevalence in females compared to males (more than

Welcome to our physiotherapy blog, where we explore different approaches to injury rehabilitation and prevention. Today, we're going to delve into the topic of plyometric training – a type of exercise that emphasises explosive and powerful movements. Plyometrics has gained popularity in recent years, particularly among athletes looking to improve their performance and recover from sports injuries. However, it can also be a valuable tool for anyone seeking to build

Since the easing of Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, Singaporeans have shown a growing interest in sports. Following this trend, sports-related musculoskeletal conditions and injuries are likely to increase in prevalence. This in turn shines the spotlight on the importance of sports physiotherapists. Professionally trained to assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of sports injuries, a physiotherapist plays a vital role in helping professional athletes and casual sports enthusiasts alike recover

If you are an athlete, the chances of you sustaining a sports injury at some point in your career are significantly higher. In fact, in 2021, 3.2 million people were treated in emergency departments for injuries involving sports and recreational equipment. While some athletes are able to immediately bounce back from their injuries and return to their previous level of performance with minimal care, others require more rehabilitation and may even be