Patient Education

Below are the list of orthopaedics condition, do read up for more information.

Shoulder Pain

A painful shoulder is a very annoying condition as it can make simple task like picking up an object more difficult to do. You might find it hard to use your arm or your hand. There are many reasons why you may get a painful shoulder but getting the right treatment can help.

Back Pain

As you probably already know, back pain is a very common complaint. About three in four adults will experience back pain during their lifetime, and that number may very well rise, given our aging population and recent trend of obesity.

Elbow Pain

When you feel pain in your elbow that happens not due to a traumatic injury, it menas you suffer from elbow pain. Elbow overuse and minor muscle strain is a common issue among elbow pain.

Hand Pain

he wrist is a complex joint made up of many small bones. Damage to any part of your wrist can be painful, ranging from dull aches to sharp stabbing pain, and can affect your ability to use your wrist and hand.

Hip Pain

The fundamental of hip pain is usually when people finding it difficult to sit or squat and they experience an alot of pain when doing so. Whenever there is pressure on the affected area, the region or the muscles of the hip will hurt alot. Most of the people affected with hip pain often have a tough time sleeping at night.

Knee Pain

The knee is the largest joint in the body. The knee cap or patella is a bone within the tendon of the quadriceps muscle. The patella forms a joint with the femur that shares the same capsule as the joint between the femur and tibia.

Ankle Pain

Ankle pain is often due to an ankle sprain which is an injury to the ligaments. In most cases of ankle sprain, the ankle is twisted inward, causing small tears in the ligaments. This makes the ankle unstable. The tearing leads to swelling and bruising, making it difficult to bear weight on the joint.

Common Orthopaedic Problems

These are the common orthopaedics problem that will effect the general population.