Say Goodbye to Female Urinary Incontinence With Physiotherapy
Involuntary leakage of urine – that is what incontinence boils down to. Urinary incontinence affects millions of women, fueling anxiety in all kinds of day-to-day situations – even a light sneeze, a burst of laughter, or a workout at the gym can prompt unexpected leakage of urine. It can be embarrassing in certain situations but in fact, this is a common condition that many may experience. Research has shown that
Managing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Physiotherapy in Singapore
COVID-19 has laid the foundation for a new norm: social distancing, mask on at all times, increased hygiene routines, hand sanitising, and perhaps the biggest adaptation of all, working from home (WFH). There is no doubt that the WFH arrangements pose plenty of perks, safe distancing and less commuting stress. While these new changes have been graciously welcomed, many have learned that WFH brings several downsides, namely aches and pains.