PAIN MANAGEMENT

Reduced Mobility - Exercise Tips

Exercise is important for maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but for one reason or another you may have stopped exercising. A common reason with many individuals is lack of confidence due to having reduced mobility. This may have stemmed from an...

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Back Care Awareness Week

Eliminate your back pain, that 80% of the UK population suffers from.     According to the National Back Pain Association, back pain is one of the leading causes of taking time off work. On its own, back pain accounts for 40% of work absence in the NHS (2). For companies and the UK economy, back pain leads to more unproductive...

Rule Out Running Pain

  During running, it is very common to experience pain in the knees and other areas throughout the legs. The majority of runners at some point or another will experience one or more of the following conditions. Commonly, they will do nothing about it, fear the worse or stop running altogether. Depending on the location of the pain, try some...

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Bar Hang for Shoulder Pain

  Shoulder Pain Generally, shoulder pain is caused by either a frozen shoulder, impingement or rotator cuff issue. Common symptoms of a frozen shoulder can be general pain when moving or constant stiffness especially when sleeping. This is due to the tissues within the shoulder becoming inflamed, reducing mobility (1).  Common symptoms of shoulder impingement can be severe and you...

Relieve Sciatica
Relieve Sciatica with ONE Stretch

  STOP! There may be no need to see your GP. The cause of all your hip pain, back pain and even leg pain, could most likely be the piriformis muscle. Piriformis syndrome is a possible cause of your pain.  NOTE: Other more serious conditions, such as a herniated disc may need professional assessment by a physiotherapist.   Well, what...

Arthritis Arthritis & Resistance Training
Arthritis & Resistance Training

Arthritis is an inflammatory condition of a joint accompanied by limitation of motion, heat, pain or tenderness (1). Strength or Weight training or exercise, in general, has been previously associated with potentially accelerating conditions such as arthritis, but jumping to that conclusion could hold you back from the potential benefits (2). A challenge presented by having a condition such as...

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