While many find relief in non-surgical options, surgery may be necessary if other methods are ineffective.
Running is a great way to keep fit, but it may also lead to overuse injuries. Dr Kannan Kaliyaperumal tells us about 3 common injuries experienced by runners and how to avoid them.
More young, active Singaporeans are suffering from osteoarthritis in their knees. Find out the different types of knee replacements that can help with your knee problems.
Exercise is always a good thing, but if you only exercise irregularly during weekends, there may be some hidden risks to your favourite sports. Here are some ways that you can protect yourself.
If you only exercise on the weekends, it is important to be aware of injuries that could happen due to sudden bursts of physical activity.
As a sport, cycling is affordable, fun and an easy exercise to weave into your busy schedule. But before you hit Google Maps to plan for a ride around your neighbourhood, it is important to know your risks and take a few precautions.
Back injury, age and diseases can lead to severe back and leg pain. You may find relief in decompression laminectomy.
Many forms of exercise require one to repeatedly strain a certain part of your body. Inadequate caution may cause inflammation to your body and result in a sport injury. Take precautions to prevent these painful conditions.
Running is a very common exercise, but overdoing it can cause some serious injuries, says Dr Kevin Lee.
Dr Michael Soon, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital shares how proper conditioning and swing techniques can reduce one’s risk at getting injured.
You can better avoid risks that you know and understand. Here are some common injuries to be mindful of when participating in your favourite sport.
Professional athletes collect a score of injuries during their career. Singapore Slinger Wong Wei Long shares how he minimises sports injuries on the job.
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What happens when you walk into our 24-hour A&E clinic? In this video, we break down the steps in a typical patient’s journey to the accident and emergency department at our hospitals.
Dr Paul Chiam, cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, discusses the tests used to screen for heart disease.