15 Dec 2019
December 15, 2019

Exercises To Do While You Travel

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We are near the end of a long year and it is coming to the time where so many of us take a much-needed break. However, from a biomechanical point of view, holidays and travel can be completely different to our day to day movements and can lead to flare ups of pain and injury… read more →

21 Oct 2019
October 21, 2019

What Is Your Core?….

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and what does it do? The “Core” is used to describe a group of muscles, which provide stability for the body, in particularly the spine and pelvis. It is also often referred to as your core cylinder or a cylinder of support due to the position and orientation of these muscles. The main muscles that.. read more →

There always seems to be someone telling you to strengthen your core, whether that be your treating practitioner, government guidelines or the media, but what does this mean, and how is it going to help your back pain? What Is Your Core? Your true core is made up of a cylinder of support that comprises.. read more →

07 Dec 2015
December 7, 2015

Finding The Right Pillow

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Finding the right pillow can be really hard work (or a real pain in the neck!), choosing the wrong one can be the difference between a good night’s sleep and a restless night, which can then result in neck pain and tension. With most of us spending at least one third of our day in.. read more →

19 Jun 2015
June 19, 2015

What Is Dry Needling?

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Dry Needling therapy began around the early 1900’s but quickly developed as a useful and safe treatment option for patients suffering from both acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries. Dry Needling is a technique in relieving pain originating from many sources especially local muscle trigger points also known as Myofascial Trigger Points (MTrP’s). Placing an acupuncture.. read more →