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News

Thursday, 17/12/2015

Neck pain is one of the three most frequently reported complaints of the musculoskeletal system. 26% to 71% of the adult population can recall experiencing an episode of neck pain or stiffness in their lifetime. Neck pain is usually a benign and self-limited condition, but can be disabling to varying degrees. As such, it has a large impact on healthcare expenditure, due to visits to healthcare professionals, and sick leave, disability and the related loss of productivity.(Trinh 2010)

Thursday, 17/12/2015

WHAT IS ACUPUNCTURE?

It is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and to improve functioning. It is done by inserting the needles to specific acupuncture points that will regulate the body to its balanced state. Call us to see our Acupuncturist.

Thursday, 17/12/2015

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Wednesday, 26/3/2014

LEARN HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE at Eastwest Open House on April 3rd 2014 12 noon - 6 pm — at EastWest Physitherapy & Rehabilitation Sudirman Citywalk.

Monday, 8/4/2013

Whatever you are doing, whether it is sitting in front of a computer or watching television, if you maintain this position for a long period of time, your neck can get additional strain, results in more stiffness, and pain can creep up on you. To prevent this, take a break every now and then. Standing up and moving around is always good for you neck. Maybe next time, you can volunteer to make the run to the kitchen.

Monday, 8/4/2013

When working at the computer or at a desk, keep your head balanced directly over your spine as much as possible. That means setting your chair height so both feet rest on the ground, and sitting with your buttocks far back in your chair, using a small pillow to support your lower back if needed.

Thursday, 7/3/2013

Lift Safely.
Safe lifting involves using your legs to spare your back. Bend your knees, tighten yourabdominal muscles, and keep the object being lifted close to your body. It is also a good idea to be aware of unsafe lifting techniques, so that you can avoid them. Unsafe lifting techniques usually involve positions that will cause you strain when you add a load to them.

Thursday, 7/3/2013

Maintain a healthy weight.
Staying fit is one of the most important recommendations for avoiding back pain, Extra pounds stress your back and can cause pain. Eating a healthy diet filled with fruits and vegetables and low on processed foods can keep your weight in a healthy range and your back healthy.