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Move without Pain

Move without Pain

Move without Pain

Painful Yarns Book Review

Painful Yarns by Lorimer Moseley Book review. Painful Yarns was written by G.Lorimer Mosely, metaphors to help understand the biology of pain. Dr Lorimer Mosely has a PHd in Pain Science from the University of Sidney, Australia and is a Nuffield Research Fellow in Medical Sciences at Oxford University, here in the UK. Hi is Continue reading »

Flare Ups

Flare Ups. It’s going quite well, you feel your injury is getting better, when for no reason that you can work out, it feels like you have taken a backwards step and it hurts. This is a flare up. During recovery there may be any number of flare ups. The road to recovery is not Continue reading »

5 great ways to help pregnancy hip pain

5 great ways to help pregnancy hip pain.   It is a common complaint for hips to ache at night when pregnant. Sometimes it occurs early in pregnancy, but pregnancy hip pain tends to appear in the second or third trimester. The reasons for this hip pain seem to be the release of relaxin, which Continue reading »

The best 9 ways to help with pain

Distraction is the Best Analgesia Take up a hobby Have a massage Get busy Exercise and Move Help others Calm your mind Laugh! Think of something else

Discover the top 10 secrets to injury free running.

Discover the top 10 secrets to injury free running. Are you training for a run? A 5k, 10k, half or full marathon, here is a must read. 1. If you can skip, you can run. Skipping demands a very similar action to running. it demands rhythm, timing and reciprocity (the relaxing of muscles on one side Continue reading »

Walking is such a good all round exercise.

Walking is such a good all round exercise and I now know why we have a dog. Not just the companionship, but the exercise, the fresh air and the freedom. Even though there are days when you really don’t want to walk – you do. When it is raining, when it is cold, when I Continue reading »

Bridging Modern Pain Science with Current Practice

Bridging Modern Pain Science with Current Practice This course was in the lovely, super equipped Massage Training School, in Exmouth, owned and run by Anna Maria Mazzieri. The course leaders, for Bridging Modern Pain Science with Current Practice, were a charismatic duo from Denmark, Simon Roost Kirkegaard and Jacob Beermann. Simon is a Physiotherapist, with Continue reading »

Get stronger to live longer

Get stronger to live longer A short blog to help you check and develop your strength! So you can begin to get get stronger to live longer. There’s a chap called Dan John, http://danjohn.net  who is an all American Discus Thrower and an Olympian Heavy Weight Lifter. What makes Dan so worthy of note, is his interest Continue reading »

Healing Times

Healing Times According to Louis Gifford “Aches and Pains”, it is really helpful to understand the normal healing times for injuries, so we have some idea of what to expect. It can be helpful to initially think about our skin. When we cut a finger, at first it can be really sore. It becomes more painful Continue reading »