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    • FEBRUARY 19, 2020
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    The Relationship Between Endometriosis, Back Pain & Pelvic Pain.

    Did you know back and pelvic pain can be a sign of endometriosis? Possibly not. Many women show signs of endometriosis long before they are diagnosed and one of the signs can be lower back and pelvic pain. The easiest way to understand endometriosis is to start by thinking of the cells in the uterus

    • SEPTEMBER 28, 2019
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    Core Training and Low Back Pain

    Low back pain is extremely common and is the number one cause of job-related disability. Around 80% of people report episodes of back pain at some point in their life. An important component of low back pain treatment is core training. If you think of your core as a barrel, it is composed of your

    • AUGUST 14, 2019
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    The Importance of Your Cranium (Concussions)

    The cranium is extremely sensitive. Your cranial bones should move and the rhythm they move with should have a certain pattern to it. The points where the various bones of the skull join together are called sutures and there should be a very small amount of movement available at all the sutures. This is very

    • JULY 1, 2019
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    Mental health is as important as physical health!

    People often don’t realise how related physical and mental health are to each other. Exercise has been shown to assist in the management of mental health issues. When someone is struggling emotionally or suffering significant stress or illness, it often also impacts how much exercise they do. This then impacts their mental health and general health. Here,

    • MAY 16, 2019
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    Recurrent Hamstring Injuries

    Hamstring injuries – particularly when there has been a muscle tear – can be tricky to recover from. There are a number of reasons why and we go through some of them in the video below. The most common reasons include: Altered Muscle Activation Strategies: If the muscles around your hip and pelvis aren’t turning

    • FEBRUARY 6, 2019
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    Recovering After Twin Pregnancy

    Any pregnancy is essentially an endurance event for your body. It is even more challenging if you’re carrying multiple babies. Over the course of 9 months your body undergoes an enormous amount of change preparing for the arrival of your baby or babies. At the end of that period of change, you have another huge

    • JANUARY 30, 2019
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    Struggling with headaches?

    There are lots of different types of headaches that people can get including tension, cluster and cervicogenic headaches. You may struggle with headaches that can progress into migraines. There is often a common element of neck tension, joint stiffness and/or poor alignment that contributes to peoples headaches. Looking at the way the muscles around the neck

    • DECEMBER 11, 2018
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    Why The Way You Breathe Could Be Stopping You From Being Pain Free

    Did you know you take more than 20,000 breaths per day? Imagine if you did 20,000 bicep curls – your arm would be SO sore tomorrow. The same thing applies with breathing. If you use the wrong muscles to breathe then they are seriously overworking. This can be one of the reasons why you always feel tight

    • SEPTEMBER 6, 2018
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    Finding A Solution For Lower Back Pain

    Written by Min Tze Chew Lower back pain is a common complaint that we treat every day in the clinic and unfortunately, almost everyone will experience lower back pain sometime during their lifetime. Back pain can range from a very minor irritating niggle that goes away after a few days, or can be extremely debilitating,

    • AUGUST 8, 2018
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    Why you need your pelvic floor to sing

    By Claire Dunn Are you a singer? The kind who sings in the car at the top of your lungs (like one of our physios – Pip)? Or maybe you sing in a community choir or something more serious? My husband is a musician and the professional female singers, wind and brass players around him