Rectal Bleeding Can Be a Symptom of Many Conditions
If you pay enough attention to your stools, you may read some important hidden messages about your health. Rectal bleeding can be one of these messages. Rectal bleeding refers to when blood passes from the rectum and anus......
By Dr. John WONG | 07 Feb, 2024
Seasonal Influenza Vaccination
Have you ever experienced the debilitating symptoms of influenza? The high fever, body aches, and extreme fatigue that make even the simplest tasks seem impossible?...
By Dr. Annie Chung | 03 Oct, 2023
Urinary leakage: just use a pad… or can something more be done?
Urinary leakage is actually more common than what you would have expected. The social stigma associated with urinary leakage and the embarrassment means people are reluctant to seek help......
By Dr. KAN Wai Man, Raymond, Specialist in Urology | 14 Apr, 2023
Excercies and Joint Health
Neck pain can come in many forms, from mild discomfort to severe and chronic pain. It is estimated that up to 65% of people have experienced neck pain at some point in their lives, making it one of the most common types of musculoskeletal pain. Most cases are due to poor posture......
By Physio Dept. | 02 Feb, 2024
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury
Acting like a hinge, the knee is the largest joint in human body. It supports weight and responds to many forms of leg movement, and so it is persistently subjected to tremendous pressure and easily injured......
By Dr. C.C. Kong | 01 Jan, 2024
Pelvic Floor Muscles and Exercise
The pelvic floor muscles span the bottom of the pelvis and support the pelvic organs (bladder and bowel, and uterus (womb) in women). These muscles are very important for closing the bladder and bowel openings, hence preventing unwanted leakages....
By Physio Dept. | 14 Dec, 2023
Low Back Pain
Low back pain is one of the most common health issues faced by people today. It affects an estimated 8 out of 10 adults at some point in their lives, and for many it can be a recurring problem. It is most prevalent in people between 40 to 60 years of age....
By Physio Dept. | 18 Sep, 2023