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The Complete Guide To Foam Rolling

3/5/2019

Fascia is a connective tissue that connects and innervates every cell within your body. It is made up primarily of...

Shoulder Bursitis

6/3/2019

Shoulder bursitis is a common injury that involves pain of in the shoulder and arm. Pain is due to a...

What Is Medical Acupuncture?

1/3/2019

Medical Acupuncture is a technique physical therapists use for the treatment of pain, spasm and movement impairments. The technique uses...

Posture And Back Pain, How To Cope With Everyday Living

25/2/2019

What is perfect posture? Posture and back pain are insurmountably linked. However, there is no such thing as a ‘perfect...

The Power Of Sleep

18/2/2019

Sleep Well To Improve Health & Recovery The Power Of Sleep...Sleep is one of the most important aspects of health...

Common Skiing Injuries & How To Avoid Them

15/2/2019

'Tis the season to... go skiing. Some time up in the mountains, cruising down the slopes is a great way...

How To Keep Your Heart Healthy?

11/2/2019

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, how can you keep your heart healthy?  Here are our top 10 Physio4Me heart health tips

Muscle Tear Grades

6/2/2019

Muscle injuries can be categorized into three muscle tear grades...

What Is The POLICE Principle?

6/2/2019

The POLICE (Protection Optimal Loading Ice Compression Elevation) Principle is a self-help method that is often recommended to deal with acute injuries like ligament sprains or muscle strains.

Common Marathon Training Mistakes

5/2/2019

As we coast into February Marathon Season is in full swing. For those targeting a Spring Marathon training volume will be starting to creep up so at Physio4Me we thought it was about time we wrote a post about how to get the most out of your training, common marathon training mistakes and how to avoid them.

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