Understand causes of Neck Pain

Neck pain is also very common, but the incidence is far more sporadic. We tend to see a lot of neckpain that presents as an acute injury, but has been in the making for years. The neck is extremely flexible and can spend many years adjusting and compensating to alleviate pain. As a result when…
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Whiplash Injury

Whiplash Injury Whiplash injury is a common term for sudden acceleration-deceleration forced on the neck. This is usually as a result of rear-end or side impact motor vehicle accidents or any other mishaps. The acceleration-deceleration forces cause the head into forward flexion (head down position) and very quickly the head gets whipped back into extension…
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Understand causes of back pain

Back pain It is a very common complaint – an estimated 60-80% of people will be affected by back pain at some point in their life. Although backpain can occur at any age, it is most commonly presents between 30 and 55. These aches could be contributed by a inactive lifestyle or improper workplace ergonomics for…
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This Christmas, Our physiotherapist has been seeking for further skill improvement by attending to Spinal Articular Therapy course organised @Avery tan physio & rehab centre in Penang.

The Spinal articular therapy course in conducted by Mr Ng Chong Ching , a clinical manual therapist from Manual Circle (Singapore).

Mr Ng Chong Ching is a Physiotherapist and certified Osteopath. Now he practises as a Clinical Manual Therapist, encompassing various schools of manual therapy techniques.

Our Santa this year, Mr Ng Chong Ching.

The course outlined:

The human body’s spinal articular system consists of the cranium, spinal column and the pelvic structures. The spinal articular system contains the nervous system. These anatomical linkages can easily explain the common neuromusculoskeletal symptoms presented clinically.

Practicing combined movement assessment

Combined Movement Theory is the development of Dr Brian Edward’s “Combined Movements” to rationally incorporate spinal manipulation, Muscle Energy Techniques and new methods of mobilisation. The concept promotes rational Manual Therapy for Spinal Dysfunction.





Congratulations on the course completion! We are here to make patients feel better and move better!



Our physiotherapist graduated!!