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Do you walk with your feet turned out? 

Perhaps you don't even know you are doing it  -  so take a look or ask a friend to watch you walk.

Sometimes you see it so much that you think it is normal - but it isn't and it is causing you to increase the load and stress o...

The big toe - could it be your Achilles heel.

Alright so that perhaps isn’t very funny, but the bend you have or don’t have in your big toe as you walk can make one hell of a difference.

Poor mobility of the big toe can cause a chain of events that affect the foot , the...

After the age of 30 we lose between 3-8% of our muscle mass per decade and with muscle loss comes a loss of balance and increase in falls - we show you how to reverse it!

Don't hurt your back by doing hip stretches incorrectly. Control of your low back and pelvis position is required to keep you back safe and free from pain. We show you how

Experienced pain in the forearm or elbow? Check out this explanation of what is going on and a few simple strategies to relieve your pain

Unlucky enough to regularly feel a weird pins and needles sensation in your arm or hand - pay attention to when and where it happens, and where the pain goes.

Well lucky for me, not so much for Rachael. She has actually hurt her knee in the month where knee health has been our focus. 

Here is a simple test and exercise that can be done at the office or at home for terminal knee extension.

As always if pain does persi...

When it comes to knee pain it reminds me the children's song "Dem Bones". The leg bone's connected to the knee bone, The knee bone's connected to the thigh bone, The thigh bone's connected to the hip bone, Now shake dem skeleton bones!

In 2016 I attended a seminar which...

Did you know that your scapula only has one bony attachment to the rest of your skeleton - and that is your collar bone. Now if you think about the amount of weight, pressure and strength your arm can create - that collar bone just doesn't seem big enough to handle the...

Top 5 mistakes to avoid during your Glute bridges, and how we like to see them done.

Happy strong glutes are the key to so many of our daily activities - running, bending, lifting , and even just getting off a chair. They help to keep your hips healthy, and they can sta...

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