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    • NOVEMBER 3, 2022
    Exercise and Parkinson’s Disease

    Exercise and Parkinson’s Disease

    Exercise is beneficial to everyone, at any age, but in Parkinson’s disease exercise is one of the most effective treatments. Exercise is as important as taking medication for Parkinson’s as it helps preserve mobility and independence over time. Physiotherapists…

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    • AUGUST 7, 2022
    Persistent And Chronic Pain

    Persistent And Chronic Pain

    What is Pain? Pain is described as “An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage”. Recognising that the experience of pain can be driven by potential not always actual tissue damage is crucial in our understanding…

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    • JULY 7, 2022
    What Is Long Covid and Fatigue?

    What Is Long Covid and Fatigue?

    Long Covid and Fatigue The most common symptom of Long Covid is fatigue, and I wanted to talk today about how physiotherapists might be helpful in the management of fatigue. Long Covid is the term used for symptoms that persist longer than 12 weeks after SARS-CoV-2…

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    • JUNE 10, 2022
    What Is Synovitis?

    What Is Synovitis?

    Have you ever heard the sentence “movement is life”? Some people might think that it is logical without looking for an explanation, some others will be skeptical, thinking that they usually get injured because of a specific movement. Today,  I will…

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    • MAY 5, 2022
    Pre and Post-Natal Pilates

    Pre and Post-Natal Pilates

    Today I want to share with you the benefits of Pilates Plus exercises before, during and after pregnancy. Pilates Plus integrates specialist physiotherapy knowledge with the Pilates method. For our pre and post-natal clients, we focus on preventing or treating…

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    • APRIL 4, 2022
    Ergonomics For Kids & Adults

    Ergonomics For Kids & Adults

    Concerned about your child’s posture while online learning? Since the onset of the Coronavirus, the number of people complaining of neck and back pain has increased significantly. This includes office workers and young school children doing home learning….

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    • MARCH 12, 2017
    Advice On Relieving Tension

    Advice On Relieving Tension

    So are you feeling tense right now?? You are not alone! The fight or flight response is an automatic reaction to a situation that you perceive as stressful or frightening. That perception of danger or threat activates the sympathetic nervous system which in…

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