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Are mallet fingers serious?

Are mallet fingers serious?

How bad is my mallet finger injury? Will I need surgery for it? Find out about different types of mallet finger and the various treatment options available to help you regain your finger movements and function.

Front of knee pain. What helps and what does not.

Front of knee pain. What helps and what does not.

Approximately 1 in 4 individuals will experience patellofemoral pain. This pain does not resolve on its own, and can greatly impact one’s quality of life. What are the effective treatments available?

Ultimate frisbee? My foot!

Ultimate frisbee? My foot!

Frisbee is a growing sport in Singapore. However, foot pain and injuries are common. What are they? Read on to find out!

Ankle sprains. An updated guideline

Ankle sprains. An updated guideline

Ankle sprains are the most common foot and ankle injury when playing sports. Do you know what is important to do to prevent future sprains and reduce the occurrence of chronic ankle instability?

Talar Dome Lesions

Talar Dome Lesions

Talar dome injuries are often under-diagnosed. Having front of ankle pain and unsure what it is? Read on to find out more!

Ankle sprains – a quick management guide

Ankle sprains – a quick management guide

Ankle sprains are not simple. You don’t get better by resting after an ankle sprain! What should you do after an ankle sprain? Read on to find out more!

Will my trigger finger come back?

Will my trigger finger come back?

Is there a chance of trigger finger recurring? What are the success rates like for the different treatment options available and what can you do to prevent trigger finger from recurring? Find out here!

What should you do after an ankle sprain

What should you do after an ankle sprain

Ankle sprains are extremely common within the general population and the sporting community. What should you do when you experience an ankle sprain?

Is trigger finger bad? Will trigger finger go away?

Is trigger finger bad? Will trigger finger go away?

Now that you have been diagnosed with a trigger finger, what’s the next step? Is it a serious condition? Are there exercises to be done or should you be resting? What are the treatment options available? Find out the answers to these questions and more!

Can I reduce post-exercise muscle soreness?

Can I reduce post-exercise muscle soreness?

Delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) typically occurs after strenuous and unaccustomed exercise and physical activity. Several theories have been proposed to explain the mechanisms underlying DOMS. Is there anything you can do to prevent it?