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  • Veganism is now a fast growing trend, but is it healthy?

    Veganism is now a fast growing trend, but is it healthy?

    19 November, 2018

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  • As Winter Approaches, less sunlight = less Vitamin D!

    As Winter Approaches, less sunlight = less Vitamin D!

    2 November, 2018

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  • ViMove wearable Sensor Technology and measuring Spinal Flexibility

    ViMove wearable Sensor Technology and measuring Spinal Flexibility

    29 October, 2018

    ViMove wearable sensor Technology. This new technology is used by top clinicians, running coaches, personal trainers, running experts to collect movement data

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  • The Ageing Process and the Relationship with Strength and Muscle Mass

    The Ageing Process and the Relationship with Strength and Muscle Mass

    18 October, 2018

    When muscles age they begin to gradually atrophy (waste) and there is a subsequent loss of mass or muscle bulk (this is called sarcopenia). This is essentially just a natural phenomenon related to physiological ageing, but it is important to remember that sedentary lifestyles can accelerate the process

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  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica (or PMR). If you are over 50 years Old this is Something you should know About

    Polymyalgia Rheumatica (or PMR). If you are over 50 years Old this is Something you should know About

    28 September, 2018

    Polymyalgia Rheumatica is an inflammatory rheumatological syndrome that manifests as pain and morning stiffness involving the neck, shoulder girdle, and/or pelvic girdle in individuals older than age 50 years. Peripheral musculoskeletal involvement may also be present’

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  • Hot or Cold? Which is best for Pain Relief? One of our FAQ!!!

    Hot or Cold? Which is best for Pain Relief? One of our FAQ!!!

    17 September, 2018

    Hot or Cold? How many times are we asked this each month. Here we explain the rationale behind using either hot or cold compresses

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  • Ankle strains and Inversion Injuries

    Ankle strains and Inversion Injuries

    19 August, 2018

    Ankle Strains; An inversion injury is most common and represents 70-85% of all ankle strains.

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  • Lifting injuries and how to move those pots or planters in the garden

    Lifting injuries and how to move those pots or planters in the garden

    16 July, 2018

    One of the most common presentations we see as specialists in musculoskeletal pain is lower back pain resulting from lifting. This may be moving furniture at home or doing a job in the garden or related to materials handling at work. This week I can think of at least three patients who have been moving things that were way too heavy.

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