If you tripped on a pavement or pulled something during a workout, you might be tempted to brush it off as a mild injury. Here’s why you shouldn’t ignore that ache and what you should do instead.
The body will undergo numerous changes during pregnancy, with some discomfort to be experienced. We zoom in on some orthopaedic issues expectant mothers may face, and how to manage them.
Your child will have flat feet as a toddler but as they grow, their feet should develop a normal arch. If this doesn’t happen, what should you do?
There are many conditions that can cause lower back pain. Minimal invasive surgery is a treatment option for individuals whose pain persists despite conservative management.
Scoliosis commonly develops during childhood and adolescence. Recognise the signs of scoliosis in children so that medical attention can be sought before the condition worsens.
Backaches and neck pain are common injuries occurring as more people start working from home. Find out more about these and how to prevent them.
We explore how degenerative changes of the spine can lead to troublesome symptoms and complications, and the available treatment options.
Spinal arthritis is a common cause of lower back pain, especially in the elderly. Familiarise yourself with the signs and symptoms of the condition to better recognise it.
Spinal stenosis can cause both numbness and pain in the arms and legs. Find out if you may be suffering from this condition.
Experiencing pain, numbness, tingling or weakness in your arms or legs, and even pain in your neck or lower back? You may have a herniated disc.
An active lifestyle has its benefits to your health, but injuries can be a literal pain to deal with. Here’s what you should know.
While many find relief in non-surgical options, surgery may be necessary if other methods are ineffective.
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