Shoulder pain should never be ignored. Whether you only need rest and recovery or proper treatment from an orthopaedic specialist, read on to learn more.
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.
Being stuck at home doesn't mean you can't exercise. Here are 12 effective, beginner-friendly exercises you can do at home, with or without equipment!
What we eat can help us perform better and recover quicker. Here’s what you should know about exercise nutrition.
Here’s what you need to know about myofascial release, an alternative therapy to help relieve muscle pain.
Nothing beats the high that comes from working out. However, while you are gaining momentum with a new workout routine, it is important to notice the signs of fatigue.
Before you lace up those trainers for your next marathon or sporting activity, hear from an expert on how to avoid potential injuries.
Establishing a routine that includes regular exercise is important to ensure your child's growth and development stays on track.
Pain in the joints from cartilage damage can be severely debilitating. Dr Chin Pak Lin, orthopaedic surgeon at Gleneagles Hospital, discusses early identification and treatment options for damaged cartilage.
Dr Lim Yi-Jia, orthopaedic surgeon and former chief tournament physician to Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) athletes, shares tips on how to protect your sporty kids against injuries.
What are the warning signs of heart trouble during exercise, and when should you be concerned?
Dr David Su, orthopaedic surgeon at Gleneagles Hospital, talks about the proper way to do exercise squats.
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