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Ganglion Treatment in Singapore

Ganglion Cysts

About ganglion cysts

Ganglion cysts are fluid-filled sacs. They can occur at any joint in your body, but are most common around the wrist. Ganglion cysts may also appear on the feet.

Ganglion cysts form when the natural lubricating fluid leaks out of a joint or tendon, making a little sac (or cyst).

Tennis injury and Medial epicondylitis

Tennis injuries are generally defined as either cumulative overuse or acute (traumatic) injuries.

Overuse injuries occur over time due to stress on the muscles, joints and soft tissues without proper time for healing. They begin as a small, nagging ache or pain, and can grow into a debilitating injury if they aren’t treated early.

Medial […]

MEDIAL-Palpation of soft tissue

Keep the subject’s elbow almost completely extended and in full supination. Move the finger from the medial aspect of the medial epicondyle about 1-1.5 cm towards the anterior aspect. Palpate for a tough round structure. This is the common tendon of the flexors.0.5 em more distally, just below the inferior border of the epicondyle and […]

Rugby Finger

SYMPTOMS

There is localised exercise-induced pain and inability to flex the DIP or PIP joint of the third finger.

AETIOLOGY

These symptoms are caused by rupture of the volar plate with or without avulsion of a bony fragment or the flexor tendon insertion. It occurs when the finger is hyper-extended by force during […]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

SYMPTOMS

There is paraesthesia of the radial three and a half fingers and pain around the wrist. Often, sleep is disturbed.

AETIOLOGY

These symptoms are caused by chronic compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel by a hypertrophied flexor tendon retinaculum.

CLINICAL FINDINGS

There is tenderness on palpation over the carpal […]

A Patient’s Guide to Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow)

Introduction

Medial epicondylitis is commonly known as golfer’s elbow. This does not mean that only golfers have this condition. But the golf swing is a common cause of medial epicondylitis. Many other repetitive activities can also lead to golfer’s elbow: throwing, chopping wood with an ax, running a chain saw, and using many types of […]