Managing Neck, Lower Back and Knee Pains

Raffles City

Studies have shown that most office workers suffer from some sort of musculoskeletal pain; whether that be in the neck, back, shoulders, wrists, or knees. This is largely due to long hours at work, sitting on the chair facing the computer screen, and also from weekly sports activities which can be very intense, when they seek to exercise to distress or relax.


If left unaddressed, these symptoms may develop into mores serious chronic conditions when full recovery may be difficult. Seeking early diagnosis and treatment can reduce your risks. The latest non-surgical treatment options that relieve pain, accelerate healing and prevent recurrences will be covered.