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  • 4 Reasons Why You Should Follow Your Therapist's Advice

    47366824 sA good therapist should guide you all the way back to full fitness and health after an injury. This includes prescribing you certain homecare advice, such as exercises, stretching, icing etc.

  • Are You A Computer Athlete?

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    There’s no doubt that technology has been a huge boon for many people. But, there are downsides to technology as well, particularly for those who work with devices such as computers, laptops and tablets every day.

    Repetitive use injuries and other conditions that lead to chronic pain are increasingly common and cause a variety of symptoms that can take a toll.

  • Could mobility be key to unlocking your potential?

    SAM 1732Mobility is an important factor in anyone’s training. You can be Usain Bolt holding the fastest man alive record; little old Agnus trying to get the shopping done; or simply a seated office worker just trying to get in shape and beat the negative posture impact of the desk. 

  • Low Back Pain? What Should You Do?

    41550681 sStatistics say that 80% of the population will at some stage in their life suffer from acute low back pain.

    So if you have never suffered from it you can count yourself pretty lucky. It used to be, and not until too long ago that your doctor would order you to have full on bed rest. Fortunately we have come away from this approach as days of bed rest can be very much counterproductive.

  • Why do we Mobilise?

    MobilityMobility is an important factor in anyone’s training. Whether you’re Usain Bolt aiming for a new World Record attempt, or simply somebody who sits at a desk for far too long and wants to get into shape – we all need to mobilise before exercise. We all need to mobilise post exercise. And often, we all need to mobilise during exercise also.