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How Posture Effects Breathing

How Posture Affects Your Breathing

Have you ever experienced shortness of breath? Felt like you were unable to take a deep full breath? This may actually be a problem due to poor posture.

When we carry ourselves with poor posture we are submitting to gravity. It may feel “easier” but we […]

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Sever’s Disease and 5 Exercises to Help

Start of the year and kids are back to school. This means new shoes for school and sport and sometimes even new increased activities. The start of or the return of new routines. So this month we are going to talk about a condition that afflicts many growing kids. […]

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Acute inflammation – Friend or foe?

We have all heard the term inflammation before, particularly if we have injured ourselves. But what is inflammation? Inflammation is the process which causes pain, swelling, heat and redness around the injured area. So inflammation is what causes pain, great to know, but what is truly the purpose behind […]

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Knee Pain and the Q Angle.

A well functioning knee joint is vital to mobility and activity. The knee must support the weight of the body during daily activities such as walking or running. Unfortunately knee pain can be a common aliment. It is estimated that approximately 19% of the population are suffering from knee […]

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Is all your fat bad?

Is all your fat bad? Most of us today understand the health concerns that come with being overweight or having too much adipose tissue or ‘white fat’! But would you believe, not all your fat is actually bad for you? Let me explain.

There’s another form of fat that has been […]

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