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Hazeleen Goh
· July 19, 2017
Met Dr Lim for a knee injury but he also shared a lot of information on weight, health, exercise and overall wellbeing. A very knowledgeable and professional doctor!! Am really happy I went to him! �
Alisa Pan
· May 10, 2016
Dr Lim was astute in his diagnosis of the hip labral tear and significantly reduced pain through effective treatment and management of the injury. Really grateful for his compassion and expertise thes...e past three months through the rehab process. See More
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Dear patients and athletes, as our website is currently undergoing some changes, if you have any problems, please login to the portal directly at https://portal.myosmedical.com to access your exercises and conditioning work. Have a great weekend!

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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE! HAVE A WONDERFUL, PROSPEROUS, HEALTHY AND HAPPY YEAR OF THE DOG 🐕2018! 😊

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Dear all,

Thanks to all who have written to us, we have noted that alot of you have tried to call us. Please don't call.

Email us : myosmedical@gmail.com ...
or
DROP US A MESSAGE on our whatsapp: +65 8588 9431. (PLEASE DO NOT CALL - no one will be picking up. Sorry)

We will try to reply you as soon as we can.

On a side note, we should be finalising out temporary location soon. Will keep you guys updated. Check this space often!

Cheers!
Dr Lim

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Dear all, as our land lines are no longer working during this period that we are taking a break. Kindly contact us on:
email: myosmedical@gmail.com or DROP US A MESSAGE on our whatsapp: +65 8588 9431. (PLEASE DO NOT CALL - no one will be picking up. Sorry)
We will try to reply you as soon as we can.
Cheers!

Dear fellow patients and friends, our clinic will be temporarily closed from 11th Dec onward as we are in the midst of relocating. Stay tuned for updates on our new location and opening date.😁
The portal will still be available for our existing patients and you can still follow us on our social media and facebook.
We are still contactable by our email: myosmedical@gmail.com.

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Dear all, do note that our email has been permanently changed to myosmedical@gmail.com.

ask@myosmedical.com is NO LONGER IN USE WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT.

We will be closed from 23 Dec - 26 Dec for the Christmas Holiday, and 30 Dec - 2 Jan for the New Year Holiday!

Here's wishing everyone happy holidays and a healthier year ahead!

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If you are still feeling sore and achy from the marathon over the weekend, fret not! Here are some stretches that you should do to help you with your recovery.

If you need the specific instructions, watch this videos:
Hamstring - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhRmXqrpt4U

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A good read for anyone who is interested in getting a bike fitting. This article is an easy to read one, with minimal technical terms.

The only thing we disagree, it's not just for the physiotherapists to know. Enjoy!

By Bianca Broadbent @Thecyclingphys The whole experience of a bike fit is highly complex. It is also an area of ongoing significance for injury prevention. In this blog, I outline the scientific rationale behind bike alignment, and discuss noteworthy trends and how you might utilise these with you...
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Over the past 2 weekends, Mark and Tim took part in the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2016 and won the Silver while in Gold Coast, and Bronze in Singapore in the Men's Synchronised 3m Springboard! Congratulations!

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Sports injury – meeting individual needs.

This is probably the most important thing in the textbook, and summarised into a small portion. How we look at it is that clinical textbooks, lecture notes, are all just the possibilities of injuri…
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Sports injury – What can you do to prevent (part 2/2)

Here is part 2 for injury prevention.

In our last post, we covered risk factors for injury. This range from intrinsic to extrinsic, and what you were able to do to prevent yourself from getting injured. Because the article is quite lon…
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Sports injury – What can you do to prevent (part 1/2)

Learn about what you can do to prevent yourself from injury.

In the field of sports medicine, most of what we do revolves around injuries. After years of being in this field, we noted that a lot of injuries can be prevented and reduced, if you know your body…
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Sports Doctor – A role in sports medicine new model

In the usual setting as a doctor, or some call it general practitioner (GP), patients are referred to different channels or speciality for further treatment, observation, and rehabilitation. This t…
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VO2Max test – what you need to know

A VO2Max test is a measurement of your body’s ability to consume oxygen, usually done on a treadmill or on a stationary bike. In another word, a test that measures your stamina. The test is u…
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Dear Friends and Patients,

We will be closed this coming Monday, 12 September, for the Hari Raya Haji Public Holiday.

Here's wishing everyone Happy Hari Raya Haji ! ...
Have an enjoyable weekend!

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