Tendinitis, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow and frozen shoulder – these are some of the most common joint conditions that affect the upper body.
Heel pain, ankle sprains and arthritis of the knee are some painful, yet common, orthopaedic conditions seen by doctors.
Is bouldering on your list of activities to try out this year? Get to know more about this sport and how you can enjoy it safely.
Walking is good for your health, but did you know that there’s a proper way to do it?
We’re spending more time outdoors and getting more involved in sports, but they do come along with risks. Discover how you can minimise injuries without compromising fun.
Kneecap dislocation in children can be a worrisome condition. Read on to understand what a learn what is patellar dislocation, what are its symptoms and what you need to do immediately.
Rotator cuff tear is a painful condition. If left untreated, surgery may be the only option. Learn more about the various surgical options available.
COVID-19 comes with a silver lining – many of us are getting back in touch with nature and leading healthier lifestyles through exercise. But this also increases the likelihood of injuries.
Not sure if you’ve sustained a strain, sprain or fracture? Learn how to identify the difference among the three so you can provide the right treatment.
Gym goers new to spin classes and CrossFit, even those who may be super fit, can be at risk of rhabdomyolysis due to over-exertion from exercise.
You’ve probably experienced that popping sound/sensation in your joints. But what exactly happens and what does it mean?
Heel pain not only limits your everyday activities, but may also point to an orthopaedic condition. Find out which are the common conditions that may cause heel pain and what are the symptoms to look out for.
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