Cycling injuries up in Singapore as more people get on bicycles during Covid-19 pandemic


SINGAPORE - With more people getting on bicycles as a socially distant way to get out and about during the Covid-19 pandemic, physiotherapists here are seeing a jump in injuries related to cycling.

Mr Jeremy Mok, a senior physiotherapist at Parkway East Hospital, said: "Generally, cycling injuries are not common. I would see about one case every two months. But since April, there has been at least one case every month."

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