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Shoulder Pain or Neck Pain, Which is it?

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SHOULDER PAIN OR NECK PAIN… WHICH IS IT? This is a question we ask a lot, the reason being the neck and shoulder is such a complex area it’s often very difficult to differentiate where the issue is actually coming from. By finding the root cause we can target that area and then start to […]

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The Psoas Muscle

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THE PSOAS MUSCLE The psoas muscle (pronounced SO-as) may be the most important muscle in your body. Without this essential muscle group you wouldn’t even be able to get out of the bed in the morning! In fact, whether you run, bike, dance, practice yoga, or just hang out on your couch, your psoas muscles are involved. That’s because […]

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Back Pain…

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WHERE DO PEOPLE GET CHRONIC BACKACHE TREATED? PHYSIOTHERAPIST Mostly only prescribe exercises to treat chronic back pain, but these exercises do not always get the required results. The exercises may be of good quality, but the issue is people often cannot do them because of injury pain levels. Soft tissue treatments first can then enhance […]

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Neck Pain…

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NECK PAIN…   WHERE DOES IT COME FROM AND HOW TO ALLEVIATE IT!   Habits what a great place to start. We all live very busy lives and often the trade-off for that is not taking care of ourselves. Around 80% of people experience neck pain in their life time. Neck pain can be a […]

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Sacroiliac Joint

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SACROILIAC JOINT   ALWAYS WONDERED BUT NEVER ASKED?   The Sacroiliac Joint is the joint between the sacrum and the ilium bones of the pelvis, the sacrum has a very important role in that it actually supports the spine and enables us to walk. The sacroiliac joint can be the cause of lower back pain and can […]

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How Do I Know I Have A Bad Posture?

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HOW DO I KNOW I HAVE A BAD POSTURE? Posture it’s a word that we have all grown up with, our parents telling us not to slouch or sit up straight. At that time, we did not really understand what the issue was. Now its Big News that the effects of bad posture, can be long lasting and be at the […]

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