Orthopaedic and Neurology Clinic Singapore
About Orthopaedic and Neurology Clinic
Orthopaedic and Neurology clinic is a professional clinic that treats both Orthopaedic and Neurology issues. This clinic treats children and adult of different age group according to their needs. Our clinic comprises Orthopedists with a combine experience of more than 50 years. We also have a Neurologist with over 20 years of practice. Our doctors specialize in different bone anatomy such as neck, shoulder, wrist, fingers, back, knee and ankle as well as Musculoskeletal injuries. Therefore common problems such as frozen shoulder, trigger finger, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, ankle and knee injuries pose no difficulty. Likewise, our Neurologist treats disorder of nervous system. Hence it includes the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and cerebrovascular system. Therefore, he specializes in treating back pain, excessive sweat, stroke and brain issues. Above all, he is able to perform Matrix tube spine surgery. Such highly skilled surgery is performed by few medical specialist in Singapore. Above all, we are proud to have helped many to recover
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Wish to see a specialist but don’t wish to leave home due to Covid-19? Also to look for a second opinion for your problem? You do not have to physically visit our specialists. With the advance of technology, you may stay connect with us in Singapore from anywhere. Hence save the travel and get the treatment.
COVID-19 has changed the way we work and live. As more people are working and spending more time at home, many are also increasing their screen time.
While technology has opened up new ways for people to connect, work, and play, health experts warn that the extra hours spent sitting and hunching over electronic devices can take a significant physical toll on the body.
Human body is not designed for long hours of sitting. Spending too much time in front of a screen would mean less time spent on physical activities, resulting in prolonged poor posture.
In severe cases, one’s nerves may also be affected. This can cause symptoms, such as numbness and pinprick sensation in the legs and arms, as well as irreversible postural changes.
Affected individuals may experience pain that is aggravated by movement, swelling, and warmth or redness over the affected areas. Symptoms may last from a few days to weeks or even months.
The symptoms often affect daily activities, and when complications such as tendon ruptures or tears occur in more severe cases, patients may require surgery.
While most symptoms related to tendonitis will resolve with rest and non-surgical treatments, it is important to seek medical attention if the pain persists, suddenly worsens, or when it affects joint mobility.
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