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How to Do Housechores Pain-Free?

What is Repetitive Strain Injury? RSIs are injuries that is sustained by doing repetitive movements over and over again. It can also come from doing high intensity activities without rest, or doing activities in poor posture. Examples of RSI include: tendonitis fasciitis carpal tunnel symdrome thoracic outlet syndrome and many others What Housechores Cause RSI?…

Blog, Shoulder, / By Shi Qi Yap

Frozen Shoulder, What Is It?

Symptoms of Frozen Shoulder Frozen shoulder typically going through these 3 stages. Each stage can last for several months. Freezing Stage Any movement of your shoulder causes pain, and your shoulder’s range of motion starts to become limited. This stage usually lasts from 6 weeks to 9 months. Frozen Stage Pain may begin to alleviate…

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Causes of Hand Pain and Numbness

While the symptoms may be similar, there are many different causes of hand numbness. In general, these causes are to do with compression of nerve or blood supply to your hand. Anything that disrupts blood flow or nerve signals can result in numbness in your hands. Below, I have listed 3 possible areas where these…

Lower Back, Blog, / By Shi Qi Yap

4 Signs You May Have a Herniated Disc in Your Back

What is Disc Herniation? A herniated disk is also known as slipped disc, prolapsed disc, or ruptured disc. It refers to an issue with one of the jelly-like cushions (disks) that sit between your spinal bone. Disc herniation occurs when the disc gets squeezed out of its normal position and bulges outward, beyond the edge…

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Is Your Headache Caused by Neck Problems?

What is Cervicogenic Headache? Cervicogenic Headache is defined as pain perceived in the head from a source in the neck. A dysfunction of the cervical spine and its component bone, disc, and/or soft tissue parts are the causes of cervicogenic headache. Numerous pain-sensitive structures, which are known as nociceptors, exist in the neck and bottom…

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Knee Arthritis, Should I Stop Doing Exercise?

Why You Shouldn’t Stop Doing Exercise? Right exercises and appropriate volume of it would help with your knee arthritis. Let’s see how it works, It Helps Easing Arthritis Pain Exercise can keep your joint nourished and through exercises, our body will release some chemicals called endorphins, which help you to relieve stress, improve mood, reduce…

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The Importance of Exercise in Physiotherapy

The Reasons Why Your Physiotherapy Exercises So Important 1. It affects your recovery Most of the time, your physiotherapy session will end by doing exercises and some home exercise tips are given to strengthen your weak muscles and speed up your recovery. If you aren’t doing the exercises prescribed, it can make the treatment last…

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Why do I Sprain Same Ankle Repeatedly?

The Reason of Spraining the Same Ankle Repeatedly — Chronic Ankle Instability Chronic ankle instability normally arises after an ankle sprain that was not healed sufficiently or has not been fully rehabilitated. When you sprain your ankle, the connective tissues surroundings (ligaments) are stretched or torn. On top of that, your ankle proprioceptor which play…

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What is the Relationship between Core Strength and Back Pain?

What are the Core Muscles? Rectus abdominis: Front abdominal muscles. Internal & external obliques: Side of your trunk muscles Erector spinae, multifidus and Quadratus Lumborum: Muscle located between your spine bone and run along your spine & 5. Gluteus muscle: Buttock muscle Your core also includes transverse abdominis, hip muscle, diaphragm, and pelvic floor muscles….

Blog, Pregnancy, / By Shi Qi Yap

Are You Pregnant and Afraid to Exercise?

Besides, there’re a lot of research have been done on rats and mice, but the results are promising for humans, too. Potential benefits included lower BMI, reduced odds of diabetes and boost to brain health. Exercise that Can Do during Pregnancy Low impact aerobics Kegel exercise (Pelvic floor muscle exercise) Swimming Brisk walking Indoor stationary…