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TMJ (Jaw) Physiotherapy

The Jaw and Physiotherapy   Did you know the jaw (TMJ) Temporomandibular Joint is the most used joint?  And the jaw muscle, the Masseter, the strongest muscle in the body? The TMJ (jaw joints) is an extremely important joint as it is involved in vital...

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Clinical Pilates

The principles of Pilates are to incorporate the mind, body and soul through a method of breathing, global strengthening integrating the entire body.

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Exercise and Diabetes

Diabetes leads to something called insulin resistance when insulin no longer has the key to the cells and, hence, the cells can no longer be nourished by glucose. Subsequently, glucose levels continue to rise in the blood.

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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis what is it?   Osteoarthritis is the most common chronic condition that affects our joints. A joint is a point in the body where 2 bones meet and work harmoniously in conjunction with muscles, tendons and ligaments to create and allow movement....

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Exercise and how it reduces pain

Many in the medical world consider exercise to be the single most effective medicine known to man. Exercise and pain reduction are an interesting subject and I would like to briefly touch upon it.

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Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is an overuse injury, meaning too much repetition of the same activity in an incorrect way, and this aggravating activity must be addressed

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Ankle Sprain

Ankle injuries are the most common sporting injury and the most common joint re-injured, thus the importance of correct rehabilitation is essential

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