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Saturday, 20 July 2019

The Worn Out Knee...

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A large population of people over the age of 45 have a condition in the knee called knee osteoarthritis or also known as knee OA, where the cartilage in the knees are worn away causing bone on bone contact between the thigh bone and shin bones. Complaints include joint swelling,…
Tuesday, 09 July 2019

Exercising in Sync with y...

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Have you ever done a workout and wondered why you felt sluggish, despite sleeping and eating well? Women who cycle may feel the effect fluctuating hormones have on mood and brain function throughout the month. However this also has an effect on your muscles, joints and energy levels as well!…
Saturday, 22 June 2019

What is scoliosis?...

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Scoliosis is a condition that causes a curvature of the spine, the classical look of a scoliotic spine is where it is curved from side to side forming an ‘S’ shape, compared to a straight line. There are two types of scoliosis one detected at birth which is called congenital…
Friday, 31 May 2019

Pregnancy related back pa...

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During pregnancy we experience many different kinds of sensations, some pleasant and some ... not so. Many of us experience some sort of back pain during our pregnancies. The good news is that it’s natural and that your baby is growing! It is very common with occurrences as high as…
Saturday, 25 May 2019

Acute lower backpain and ...

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Did you know that lower back pain is the 5th most common reason for people to visit their doctor! This always strikes me as weird as generally speaking your Physio is a better bet when you have musculoskeletal pain than your GP. Did you also know that lower back pain…
Thursday, 16 May 2019

Pregnancy and Diastasis o...

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DRA is the acronym for diastasis of the rectus abdominal muscles, which is the separation that occurs during pregnancy to the abdominal muscles, to allow the baby to grow. This DRA occurs usually in the second and third trimester of pregnancy and can remain post pregnancy. It is suggested that…
Saturday, 16 March 2019

Foot Pain...

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Feet ... do we ever really stop to think how amazing our feet are! They take us everywhere, carry us around day to day and yet more often than not we take them for granted. It's only when they start to protest and cause us pain that we seek help…
Wednesday, 16 January 2019

The truth about arthritis...

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Who here has been to the doctor complaining of joint pain, got sent for a scan that showed signs of arthritis, in which the doctor quickly blames it for your pain? It was once thought that the reason why our joints become sore and painful is because of arthritis, making…
Tuesday, 08 January 2019

Reversing the Effects of ...

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There are only two certainties in our life, and aging is one of them. There is no way to avoid it but there are ways to slow it down or delay some of the nasties that come with age. However, there is one miracle cure that can slow and prevent…
Thursday, 06 December 2018

Preventing injuries: To s...

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Summer is well and truly here and it is time for us to get moving. This means more chances of injury. So how do we protect ourselves? It’s a common belief that a 5-10minute warm up protocol prior to an event will reduce our chances of having an injury. It…
Thursday, 06 December 2018

Tendinopathy or Tendiniti...

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There is wide spread confusion between the two terms and some health practitioners tend to throw these two words interchangeably. However there is a marked difference between the two and the approach that we use to treat it is vastly different. A tendinitis, with the prefix 'itis' infers that there…
Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Let's Talk Hydration...

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Let’s talk hydration! We can go for three minutes without air, three days without water and three weeks without food. So, staying continuously hydrated seems to be a no brainer. Water serves as an integral part of the body and has important roles such as: · Carrying nutrients and oxygen…
Thursday, 08 November 2018

Improving Your Balance As...

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Improving your balance as you age Balance is a complicated thing. It involves information from our eyes, inner ears and nerve endings around our body in our joints and muscles all being co-ordinated by our brain to help us stay upright. We also need good muscle strength. As we age…
Monday, 29 October 2018

Tips for a Good Night Sle...

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Ever heard of sleep hygiene? Sleep hygiene is the term used to describe good sleeping habits. But first lets talk about why it is important to sleep in the first place. In regard to rehabilitation, sleeping can be seen as part of our recovery process. When we sleep we release…
Monday, 22 October 2018

Getting Beach Body Ready...

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As the weather warms up many of us are starting to think about ways in which we can better look after ourselves for the summer months! Not all of this is about vanity – there is some science behind the hibernation like patterns of winter and the increased activity levels…
Wednesday, 10 October 2018

How important is YOUR off...

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Recovery from the soccer season: Signs you may need Physiotherapy With the soccer season well and truly over, many players cast their body woe’s aside, pledging to pick them up again before next season. Learn why NOW is the best time to fix those last season injuries and ensure they…
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