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Have you noticed how the cold weather brings on your aches and pains? Some people can tell when it is going to rain! The nerves are sensitive to pressure, and that may mean barometric pressure...

Most people know that having a good posture is important, but how many of us are aware of how we stand and sit on a day-to-day basis? The diagram below illustrates four of the more common postures; there are...

For many women the end of breast cancer surgery is accompanied by lingering side-effects… A recent study has found that most women who have undergone breast cancer surgery experience subsequent shoulder/ arm problems, even 1.5 years...

Yoga and Meditation help us explore the mind - body connection. It is becoming more and more apparent just how important our thinking is in creating body tension, and also how we perceive aches and pains. There...

The Thoracic Rings Approach™ “offers an innovative, unique physiotherapy perspective on the function of thoracic spine and ribcage (the thorax) and the role that the thorax plays in optimal function of the whole of the...

The shoulder joint is an extremely mobile joint relying on muscular balance for good strength and movement. The muscles from the arm bone attach to the shoulder blade and to the ribs. The rib cage...

Pain in the feet can originate from nerve pain not just muscles and joints. Nerve pain can originate anywhere along the pathway of that nerve before it reaches your feet, including from your spine or pelvis....