• Understanding Osteoporosis

    Understanding Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is a condition whereby the bones in your body become extremely porous, less dense and much more brittle. Your bones become extremely weak and are more prone to breakage. It is a fairly common condition amongst the elderly, especially amongst women. It is dangerous condition if left unmanaged as osteoporosis symptoms are barely noticeable.

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  • How to Release a Frozen Shoulder

    How to Release a Frozen Shoulder

    A frozen shoulder refers to pain, stiffness, and limited range of motion in the shoulder. This condition is also known as adhesive capsulitis. This can cause serious disability, and without treatment, it will only get worse. Frozen shoulders are most common among patients aged 40 to 60, and it is more common in women than

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  • What is a Fracture of the Fifth Metatarsal?

    What is a Fracture of the Fifth Metatarsal?

    Fractures in the foot are common, and none are more common than fractures of the foot’s outermost bone, the fifth metatarsal, which connects the little toe to the rest of the foot. The fifth metatarsal’s placement makes it more vulnerable than other foot bones to external threats, and its length and thinness make it susceptible

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  • Hip Replacement & Subchondroplasty

    Hip Replacement & Subchondroplasty

    Hip replacement has traditionally been the last resort for patients with arthritis or other degenerative conditions. That may be changing. One reason is that hip replacement has become more common. As more patients opted for hip replacement, new technologies and surgical procedures were developed to help meet the demand. Over time, replacement became an increasingly

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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Treatment and Symptoms

    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Treatment and Symptoms

    If you have tingling, numbness and weakness in the hand, which persist at night, you might be suffering from something called carpal tunnel syndrome. Up to 6% of adults globally develop the condition – which is nothing but a staggering number once you do the math. If you want to know whether you are among

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  • Exercising Caution

    Exercising Caution

    Article Source : https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/lifestyle/wellness/exercising-caution Whether you engage in extreme sports or suffer from age-related joint issues, keeping your bones healthy is more important than ever, says orthopaedic surgeon Henry Chan THEY say there’s no gain without pain, but what happens when the pain becomes too much to bear? As the number of high-achieving professionals who engage

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