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Pilates for Back Pain

Many of us are all too familiar with back pain. Lower back pain can especially affect most people at some point throughout their lives. In a large number of cases however, Pilates can drastically reduce and alleviate back pain. The neutral…

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Elbow pain

Elbow pain can be extremely debilitating and can affect any one of us regardless of whether you lift heavy machinery or  sit in an office all day! Its comes in several  forms and can have a number of different causes.…

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Sciatica

Sciatica refers to pain that radiates anywhere along the path of the sciatic nerve.  Sciatica is a term used to describe a symptom and is not a set pathology. The sciatic nerve originates from the sacral plexus which is essentially…

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Runners Knee/PFPS

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) or more commonly known as “Runner’s Knee” is a syndrome characterised by pain around/under the knee cap. Runner’s Knee is not actually something that only happens to runners (just as “Tennis Elbow” is very often unrelated…

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Posture in the Workplace

Possibly one of the most unexciting topics to cover, HOWEVER it is certainly one of the most important for anyone working at a desk (standing or seated)!   What is posture? Posture refers to the alignment and positioning of the…

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Headaches (What about the neck?)

Headaches are common, with between 50% and 75% of the global population suffering from a headache in their lifetime and more than 10 million people in the UK suffering with regular symptoms. There are many different types/causes of headache, however this…

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