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Osteopathy approach to the diagnosis and management of neck pain and headache There are many causes of neck pain and headache, some of...

Running Myth Debunked

Recreational Running Causes Knee Osteoarthritis It is a common misconception, held by both runners and healthcare professionals a that...

Another running myth debunked

Strength training should be high rep low weight to imp[rove running performance The facts in this are that strength training completed...

Running Myth debunked (Part 1)

Static Stretching Reduces Injury Risk in Runners It is commonly believed that static stretch (holding a stretch for 30 seconds or more)...

What is Pain?

Pain has many valuable functions: it is a warning signal and it produces all sort of actions to stop it. Memories of earlier pains warn...

The benefits of a 15 minute walk

Regular exercise has a fundamental impact on our mental and physical well being. Given the modern lifestyle finding time to workout...

Knee Pain from exercise?

Knee pain in those who exercise is about as common as, well, the common cold. It can be very debilitating, sometimes leading to...

To Stretch or Not to Stretch?

Do you stretch before exercise, be it gym work, running or anything else? Have you ever wondered why you do it? Most people believe that...

Fear (of pain) is the 'mind-killer'

Social Context in the recovery process from MSK pain. Unlike the litany against fear, as seen in the recent blockbuster 'Dune' fear of...

Pain but no trauma?

MSK Pain but no trauma We have all suffered from an onset of physical pain and wondered where it came from, asking ourselves ‘what did I...

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