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Are you peering?

Are you peering? Some people peer at the computer screen, others peer while driving, some peer all the time. When you peer:- 1.  your chin goes forward. 2.  your head and neck are no longer over your shoulders. 3.  you … Continue reading

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Holiday tips

It is holiday time. Here are a few reminders and hints to help you look after your back and prevent low back pain. 1. When pulling your luggage, swap your luggage to your other hand regularly. Pulling your luggage causes … Continue reading

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Low back pain – is it the sacroiliac joints?

Up until 1930’s low back pain was frequently diagnosed as a sacroiliac problem. Now, the sacroiliac joints are largely ignored. Many people who have low back pain may be sent for x-ray or MRI of the lumber spine. Often nothing … Continue reading

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Twisted Ankle

Many people twist their ankle. It can also be called a rolled ankle. It can happen when you fall off a kerb, step or uneven ground, fall off your shoe, while playing sport or just mis-stepping. When this happens, you … Continue reading

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