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Don’t Get into Deep Water with Swimming Injuries

Don’t Get into Deep Water with Swimming Injuries

With the hot summer weather and more people taking to the water to cool off, this campaign deals with swimming injuries. Swimming is a very popular sport. We swim in the sea, pools, lakes, streams, rivers and even ponds. And given 70% of the Earth’s surface is water, we’re not short of opportunities! And while…

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Tennis Injuries

Tennis Injuries

Don’t Let Yourself Be Sidelined by Tennis Injuries Tennis is one of the most popular sports throughout the world, with approximately 75 million participants worldwide. In 2017, 473,372 people attended  across 13 days and the BBC broadcasting figures have shown a cumulative audience reach of 26 million (according to Wimbledon.com facts and figures). It is a…

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Mastering Chronic Pain

Mastering Chronic Pain

Mastering Chronic Pain What is Chronic Pain? Pain means different things to different people, in different contexts, and based on different experiences. Acute, sharp pain that usually accompanies an injury, infection or trauma is often short-lived. This pain usually goes, following the body’s normal healing response. However, chronic pain affects 20% of the adult population…

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Back Pain - the chain of command

Back Pain - the chain of command

Back Pain: The Chain of Command Your spine is essentially a chain that forms the ‘backbone’ of your entire body. Without it you would be a blob of muscles, organs and soft tissue piled on the floor. It is the pillar that supports your body, allows you to walk, stand and sit, as well as…

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