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Research: A Cold Shower Leads to Fewer Sick Days

Research: A Cold Shower Leads to Fewer Sick Days

A cold shower may not sound appealing to many – particularly during the colder months. But it’s something we should seriously consider due to the mounting health benefits. It’s something I’ve warmed to (yep, I went there) over the last few years. These perceived health […]

Why the Best Treatment For Knee Tendonitis Involves the  Back (ft. Jaeger O’Meara)

Why the Best Treatment For Knee Tendonitis Involves the Back (ft. Jaeger O’Meara)

Knee tendonitis can be a persistent and tricky beast to conquer. The road to recovery is often paved with ups and downs, false starts and frustrations – sometimes culminating in a less than positive experience for some. As an industry we do a great job […]

Strava Report: Our Running & Cycling Habits in 2018

Strava Report: Our Running & Cycling Habits in 2018

If you went running or cycling in 2018 there’s a good chance you’re one of the 36 million people who used Strava – one of the best fitness tracking (and stalking) applications available. A few months ago Strava released their annual “Year In Sport” report detailing the exercise […]

13 Health & Fitness Myths You Didn’t Realize Were False (#13 is Vital)

13 Health & Fitness Myths You Didn’t Realize Were False (#13 is Vital)

Are you aware of any current health and fitness myths? Interestingly, health and fitness myths can be hard to pick unless you have some direct connection to them. All good myths are based in just enough reality that they could be true, particularly if you’re […]

Why the Best Treatment for Tennis Elbow Involves the Neck

Why the Best Treatment for Tennis Elbow Involves the Neck

If you’ve had Tennis Elbow before you’ll understand how frustrating it can be. It’s stubborn, persistent and often compounded by a lack of obvious triggers. But did you know that it may be more than just isolated elbow pain? That there’s an important piece of […]

What Makes a Good Shoe? Why Modern Shoes Stink

What Makes a Good Shoe? Why Modern Shoes Stink

What makes a good shoe? Consider this the next time you’re looking at your shoe collection, because there’s every chance you won’t have many that make the cut. No doubt they all look and feel great, but what physical legacy are they leaving behind? Particularly […]

7 Ways to Prevent Injury and Stay Pain-Free

7 Ways to Prevent Injury and Stay Pain-Free

We’d all love to be, and stay pain-free forever, however pain has a funny way of rearing its ugly head. And it’s often shrouded in mystery. As a Physiotherapist, I’m fortunate to help thousands of people a year resolve their pain. Each patient has their […]

Why the Cause of Pain From Sleeping Stems From the Day Before

Why the Cause of Pain From Sleeping Stems From the Day Before

How often do you wake with morning pain from sleeping and feel like you “slept funny”? Your neck or back is sore and the irony is that there’s little “funny” about it. In these moments it’s easy to assume you must have slept in a […]

The Cause of Knee Pain: Why It’s a Consequence of Something Else

The Cause of Knee Pain: Why It’s a Consequence of Something Else

Let’s talk about the cause of knee pain for a minute. More importantly, I want to discuss why it’s not just the knee you should be thinking about. Knee pain is so common that it’s estimated to affect 25% of all adults in some way, […]

Why Pain Is Not a Normal Part of the Aging Process

Why Pain Is Not a Normal Part of the Aging Process

Do you feel like your new or ongoing aches and pains are a normal part of the aging process? If so, you’re certainly not alone. Almost one third of adults over the age of 45 experience pain lasting longer than 24 hours. And it may […]