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Nov, 2019

Antigravity Treadmill And Weight Loss

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Antigravity Treadmill And Weight Loss Losing weight  can improve pain if you have knee or hip osteoarthritis. It is sometimes hard to imagine how that would feel when you are in so much pain. Studies have shown that weight loss in osteoarthritis can put off the need for surgery.  This is fantastic. With exercise there is no post op complications such as infection, deep vein thrombosis, allergic reaction to anaesthetic or…

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Jun, 2019

Who Is Stuart Sievwright?

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Who is Stuart Sievwright? I am originally from a small town on the west coast of Scotland. Although I also spent part of my childhood living in Italy. I’ve had a previous career in the British Army where I spent most of my time as a Physical training instructor (PTI). I’ve served in many different countries including the Middle East and Europe. I left the Army in 2014, and moved…

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Jun, 2019

Importance Of Strength Training In Injury…

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Importance Of Strength Training In Injury Recovering Program And In Improving Of Daily Life Quality   Can Strengthening Exercise Can Help In Injury Recovery? Yes! Even a 4 week exercise program has significant impact on rehabbing from many injuries. An appropriate program can improve balance and therefore contribute in fall prevention. Its great for both young athletes and the elderly population. So whether you're a weekend warrior or looking to…

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Jun, 2019

Don’t Ignore Pain In Children

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Don't Ignore Pain In Children It can be tempting to ignore pain in children. We have all seen in happen. A child falls at the park, takes a good look around to see whether anyone has seen and then starts to scream. Attention seeking behaviour for mums attention is common but could we be missing a real injury? As a physio I have seen many cases where children have had…

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Mar, 2019

What Does It Mean To Be A Chartered Physiotherapist?

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What Does It Mean To Be A Chartered Physiotherapist? A Chartered Physiotherapist is someone who has done significant training to allow themselves to be registered under the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. For this you need an equivalent of a 3-4 year degree or a masters conversion from another under graduate degree. In a world with incredible choice and opportunity its important that you understand the qualifications of the person treating…

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