What Can I Do about My Child’s Flat Feet?
Having flat feet is a natural part of development in majority of children. As most of them will outgrow this condition, should parents take a wait-and-see approach? Or when should [...]
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Ceiling Hoist for Physical Therapy
One common rehabilitation goal for those who experience limb weakness, or those with temporary paralysis, is to learn to walk again and be independent in the community. We take a [...]
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Celebrating World Physiotherapy Day 2020
It's World Physiotherapy Day and we would like to thank all our physiotherapists for their hard work in serving our clients and their families.
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Meet Nurul Atiqah, the Physiotherapist (Professionals’ Day Special)
Professionalism is one of SPD’s service quality values. In conjunction with our Professional Day which falls on 4 September 2020 this year, we bring you a new five-part weekly series [...]
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Common Knee Injuries and Treatment
In this last article in the series of sports injuries, SPD's physiotherapist Gerda de Jong explains more on two common knee injuries when playing sports.
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How to Enhance Your Child’s Gross Motor Skills
What are some of the activities that can help enhance your child's gross motor skills? Find out more from SPD’s physiotherapists, Natalia Szukalska and La Min Maung.
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Do You Experience Lower Limb Muscle Strains? Preventing and Treating Common Muscle Strains
Overexertion during daily or sports activities can cause strain to our lower limb muscles. SPD’s physiotherapist Gerda de Jong shares some tips to prevent adductor, quadriceps and hamstring strains.
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Are you Susceptible to Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis Elbow?
In this issue on sports injuries, physiotherapist Gerda de Jong shares more on the prevention and treatment of golfer's elbow and tennis elbow.
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Symptoms and Causes of Frozen Shoulder and Shoulder Instability
In this issue on sports injuries, physiotherapist Gerda de Jong shares more on the symptoms and causes of a Frozen Shoulder and Shoulder Instability.
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Shoulder Impingement Syndrome – How to Prevent It?
Shoulder impingement syndrome results in painful movements of the shoulder. Here are some steps that you can take so as not to let the pain keep you from doing activities [...]
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