Category Archives: Pain Management

Reducing Our Hypertension & High Blood Pressure Symptoms – The Natural Way

Hypertension is defined as the condition where the amount of blood pumping to and from the heart to our body at abnormal pressure, i.e. the heart pumps harder than normal consistently. This is also otherwise known as High Blood Pressure (HBP). This condition of Hypertension/HBP can be risky in managing one’s health from the physical […]

Pain Relief with Ultrasound Therapy

WHAT IS ULTRASOUND THERAPY ALL ABOUT? Ultrasound therapy is used for physical strains, muscle knots or pain as a passive modality – helping to relax and heal muscle fibers, increase blood flow and soft tissues enabling relief from pain. Though typically recognised from OBGYNS, the practice of using ultrasound is also found in pain management […]

Pain Away from the Sprain – Ankle Pain Therapy

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Ankle pain is a relatively common condition for us – that experience of twisting your ankle upon meeting a dip in your walking path or while doing sports is not anything unusual. The pain condition involves the ligaments (tissues connecting bones to other bones) surrounding the ankles to accidentally twist or turn. This experience is […]

Plantar Fasciitis Therapy Singapore

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Plantar Fasciitis aka Heel Pain If you are experiencing pain in your first steps in the morning, you are likely experiencing Plantar Fasciitis(PF). Common Causes of Plantar Fasciitis: Poor arch support or high heel shoe are likely to experience PF Body weight bearing or obese are very common causes High Arch or flat foot has […]

Experiencing Pain Relief without Surgery, Medications and Needles

Pathology of Pain Pain is an unpleasant and disruptive experience to the quality of life. The experience of pain occurs when there is stimuli in an area around the body communicating with our brain that we are hurt, experiencing a pain condition, tissue damages, fracture or tear. There are 2 classification of pain symptoms: Physiologically […]

Consequences of WFH: Lower Back Pain

  Here in Singapore, there are still many of us working from home (WFH). The pandemic coronavirus has confined the majority of the world’s work force to be homebound, which has its pros and cons. Because of this, it has brought a whole new dimension of environmental conditions that can develop musculoskeletal pain issues for […]

The Reason Why You Need Vitamin D

In this post, we talk about the reason why you need Vitamin D. Also known as the “Sunshine Vitamin,” Vitamin D is an essential pro-hormone that aids the absorption of other nutrients into your body, by improving your bone’s strength through the process of bone mineralisation. It is naturally produced by our body when we […]

Shoulder Pain Therapy – Why Does My Shoulder Hurt When I Lift My Arm?

Image Source: https://www.pexels.com/photo/professional-massage-therapist-releasing-tension-in-female-patients-neck-4506214/ It is very common that we may experience neck stiffness and shoulder tension however, if you suffer from shoulder pain over a prolonged period of time then, it is a pain condition and you do not want to simply ignore it. BASIC ANATOMY OF THE SHOULDER Shoulder joints are rather complex, your […]

Knee Pain Therapy Singapore – How To Avoid Knee Pain Surgery?

Knee pain is one of the most common complaint as we aged, we will experience some amount of knee joint pain and to some even have swelling symptoms from over prolonged walking and standing. Knee joint started to wear and tear over the years and decrease the smooth surface of the cartilage, walking down the […]

Shoulder Pain From Poor Posture – “How To” Relief The Pain & Tension

Shoulder Pain and Poor Posture We spend one third of our life time sleeping rejuvenating our health and repairing our body system. Repetitive sleeping on the side/lateral position for more than 6 hours generally accumulates tension, stress, strain and pain.  Most common pain symptoms of sleeping side position are: Neck Stiffness typically affects the Sternocleidomastoid […]

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