Do electronic devices come up in conversations with patients about hand or wrist pain? Indeed, this is a familiar account for so many: after hours of typing away on my computer or scrolling through Facebook on my Smartphone, I feel a twinge of pain in my hand, or the need to flex my wrist! 

Enjoying outdoor activities and walking here and there while wearing fashionable shoes could be a delightful hobby for so many people. Regretfully, this could not be the case for some who have a crooked toe! For these

How many women have spent countless nights with interrupted sleeps, forced to sit upright with distressing wrist pain shooting up the arm with a sense of pins and needles in the hand and having to `shake out` their hands in a futile attempt to relieve the anguish!

Most probably everyone has done it one time or another, and quite so many all over the world are doing it as a daily routine of life; whipping out the cell phone, extending the arm, bending the wrist and snapping a photo or two of themselves

Who hasn`t heard about the dangers of texting while driving, or the impact too much texting can put on the neck with increased incidence of muscle strain, pinched nerves and/or herniated discs. But there’s another less-obvious, yet very common, risk to overusing your smart phone that you may not be aware of: Texting Thumb (known medically as De Quervain`s Tenosynovitis).

How many times you`ve thought it`s about time to do something about that painful, large and unsightly bump protruding out of the outside of your big toe joint? World-widely known as `bunion` (or `hallux valgus` as doctors prefer to name), this bump is a deformity of the joint between the foot and the big toe (metatarsophalangeal joint) and in which the joint is pushed outward and away from the foot, causing the big toe itself to point inward toward the other toes of the foot.

What is Physiotherapy and how can it help your hip pain? Physiotherapists are experts in helping people maintain the ability to move and function throughout their lives. We use our extensive knowledge of how the body moves and…

What is Physiotherapy and how can it help your hip pain? Physiotherapists are experts in helping people maintain the ability to move and function throughout their lives. We use our extensive knowledge of how the body moves and…

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