Do you experience this symptoms?
Chronic Muscles Aches & Pain
Chronic Fatigue That Affect Daily Activities
Chronic Sleep Disturbance
You could be experiencing a condition called Fibromyalgia (FM)
A central nervious system hypersensitivity causing muscle spasm, especially around the joint.
A muscle disorder that causes significant pain all over the body.
Are you Experiencing any of these symptoms?
Sharp aching pain, typically associated with movement.
Limited movement of the shoulder (either backward or upwards)
Pain when trying to sleep on affected shoulder
Difficulty with activites such as brushing hair, putting on shirt/bra
Is there treatment available for me?
Frozen Shoulder known as " 五十肩“ is commonly seen in women more than men between 40 - 60 years of age. The shoulder stiffens causing pain and reducing its mobility.
Workplace Hazards and Ergonomics
The Straits Times released an article on 28 March 2014 announcing that Workplace health problems cost $3.5 billion a year. These health problems in contention are not fallen from a height or collapsing scaffolding but simply seemingly trivial problems such as back pain, stiff necks or numb wrists from normal office work activities. Since then, the Workplace Safety and Health Council have looked into workplace ergonomics to minimize health problems.
Workplace ergonomics is the science of designing the workplace, which includes the human-machine (tool), human-work environment and human-human interfaces to prevent injury and illness and to improve work performance. Poor worksite design leads to fatigued, frustrated and even end up causing hurt to workers. This naturally leads to lower productivity and frustration in the work environment.
Do you experience heel pain especially with the first step off the bed?
Do you experience stabbing pain at the bottom of your foot near the heels?
Do you experience heel pain especially at the start and after a long walk/exercise?
You could have heel condition call Plantar Fasciitis
It involves inflammation of a thick band of tissue, in your sole that connects your heel pain to your toes.
Check with your pain doctor or specialist to find out more on the treatment of this pain condition.