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Back Pain, Core Muscles and Breathing…

Breathing and the core muscles are connected! Weird isn’t it? On the surface it’s hard to believe a few breathing exercises can actually make any difference to your back pain! Well believe it or not it CAN The hardest part is describing it on paper… I will start with the muscles that make up our […]

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Knee Pain – Cartilage Injuries

Off the top of my head I can think of at least 10 different reasons for having knee pain from referred back and hip pain to osteoarthritis and ligament injuries… But I am going to focus this blog all things related to the cartilage First of all the terms – cartilage and meniscus are the […]

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Pain – Help or Hindrance?

Pain is an experience most of us are reasonably familiar with and it comes in all shapes and sizes (well you know what I mean!). Being able to feel pain is vital to our safety as it alerts us to danger and potential tissue damage (finger in a flame, a broken bone etc) but is […]

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Exercise – a Cure for All Ills!

Love it or hate it we are all aware that it is good for us but 1 in 4 women and 1 in 5 men in England are classed as physically inactive, that is doing less than 30 minutes of moderate physical activity per week. Many of us have really good intentions but life can […]

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Our Massage Guide for Runners

Why regular massage can improve your performance, reduce recovery time and boost your enjoyment of both your training and race days! We all know that massage makes you feel good, but few of us really understand why or realise the full benefits it has on our health and wellbeing. We tend to consider a massage […]

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