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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…
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, 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…
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…
Monday, 09 October 2017

Stretching: Flexibility o...

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Stretching is generally considered a necessity for active people, whether they be professional sports people, fitness enthusiasts, casual dancers, or weekend warriors. But as Physiotherapists we are often asked "does stretching actually improve injury prevention or just it just help you feel less stiffness in your body?" It is a…
Wednesday, 06 September 2017

Regular Massage … more ...

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I’m sure we’ve all been guilty of it, when someone mentions they are having a massage we all think what a “luxury”. We associate remedial massage with a “treat”, a “once off”, a “birthday gift”. Unfortunately this way of thinking is still the norm, even though we are aware of…
Thursday, 09 February 2017

Why Good Movement Will Ch...

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Movement is part of life, some would argue it's the essence of life, after all if your not moving, your dying! So why do so many people put up with less than optimal movement? Is it because they don't want good movement, or is it simply that they don't understand…
Friday, 03 February 2017

Concentric, eccentric and...

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There are three forms of muscle contractions, concentric, eccentric and isometric. Pilates works all of them, let's see how using an easy example, the frog on the reformer. Concentric Concentric contraction involves shortening a muscle as it performs work. Think of a biceps curl. In the frog exercise, concentric contraction…
Thursday, 22 December 2016

Home exercises: keep up t...

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Been working hard all year to get your body back on track? Love the results you’re seeing and don’t want to loose everything before starting again in the New Year? No problem the BPS Team is here to help and put together a quick home exercises program for you. Home…
Monday, 21 November 2016

ConnectTherapy, a whole b...

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All the physiotherapists at BPS Tensegrity are trained in ConnectTherapy. This is an innovative way to look at injuries, not only by treating the symptoms and area causing pain, but also by having a holistic view of the person. The goal is to determine the source of the issue and…
Saturday, 24 September 2016

Back Pain: why is it so i...

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Back pain is an increasingly 'common' symptom in a wide variety of the populations. From adults to kids, male to female, active to sedentary it seems this insidious and costly symptom is increasingly creeping into our daily lives and very few people actually know what to do to get rid…
Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Connect Therapy: A perspe...

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I am a movement fanatic, so when I heard about Connect Therapy, I had to experience it for myself to see if it was all it is hyped up to be! I found quiet a few similarities between Connect Therapy and Yoga! In yoga teachings, there is a concept known…
Tuesday, 02 August 2016

Want to know how your fee...

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Unfortunately, most of us take our feet for granted and too often we forget their importance. They get us from place to place, they support us as we stand, and they put up with the constant pressure from the rest of our body. They do all this for up to…
Thursday, 28 July 2016

Post Workout Recovery - 6...

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Are you finding your body ending up sore and in pain post workout? The post workout pain you're feeling could be a result of your body not getting the adequate recovery it needs. To get the most from each and every workout, you need to prioritize post-workout recovery. Recovery should…
Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Psoas, tight hips and the...

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The Psoas is much more than simply a muscle, it is commonly referred to as 'the gut intuition'. In some spiritual philosophies, the Psoas is referred to as the muscle of the soul. Where is my Psoas and what does it do? Anatomy reminder ... Crossing both our hips, pelvis…
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