Veronica Seow

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Chronic Ankle Instability

Diagnosing and Managing Chronic Ankle Instability The ankle joint consists of many bones, ligaments and tendons that plays an important role in maintaining its stability. Consequently, ankle instability happens if any of the related bones, tendons, or ligaments are compromised. The tibia and fibula are intimately joined by the interosseous membranes. These two bones also [...]

Rotator Cuff Impingement

Rotator Cuff Impingement is a type of injury that causes shoulder pain where a tendon inside your shoulder rubs or catches on nearby tissue and bone as you forward flex or abduct your arm. It usually affects the rotator cuff tendon that connects the rotator cuff muscles that stabilizes the shoulder joint to the humerus. [...]

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

What is PCL injury? PCL injuries often occur as part of the knee injury and is the least common ligamentous injuries among the four major ligaments of the knee. PCL injuries often occurs in isolation due to the structural positions. Most of the patients able to tolerate the PCL deficient knee and continue their daily [...]

Physiotherapy For Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Your elbow hurts, you’ve been told to have tennis elbow but have never played tennis. You are referred for physiotherapy by your GP, but first you want to have a good understanding of the symptoms and problem to make sure you get the best treatment. What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is [...]

Early Development of Core Muscle In Infants

Parents of children with movement difficulties are often told by doctors and physiotherapists that their child has “weak core muscles” and are told to let their child exercise to strengthen those muscles. Just as a tree needs a strong trunk to be able to hold its branches up and withstand elements in its environment, a [...]

Physical Activity in Elderly

Aging is a multifactorial irreversible process associated with significant decline in muscle mass and neuromuscular functions. One of the most efficient methods to counteract age-related changes in muscle mass and function is physical activity. Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve [...]

Fall Prevention In Elderly

Fall can happen anytime and anywhere to people of different ages. However, as we get older, number of fall increases with age which resulting injuries and fatalities. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in US, falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries in people aged 65 and older. A [...]

Child Developmental Delay

When you notice that your child is crawling, creep and scoot on his bottom but hasn’t start walking while other children of his age has already walking. The first thing you have in mind was about his motor development. Most children gain the ability to walk independently between the age of 11 months to 15 [...]

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