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Your Back Is Worth It

In This Post, I Will Discuss •    Workplace related injuries •    My Back Pain Journey •    The Importance Of Dealing With A Pain Problem As It Arises •    What the research suggests for back pain •    The Opportunity To Download My Free EBook Which Gives A Step By...

Can You Get Your Back Pain To Centralise

In this post, I will Explain   ·  The leading causes of back pain.   ·  What is centralisation?   ·  Will your back pain centralise?   I recently attended a continuing professional development workshop headed up by a world-renowned musculoskeletal...

When You Can Fix Everthing But Your Own Bad Back

In this post, I’ll explain   How my back pain started The recurrence of my back pain How I fixed my own back pain The most common causes of back pain What you can do to reduce back pain   I’m no tradie. But I do like to get in and have a go at some of the...

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis is defined by the of American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons as “a condition of uncertain aetiology characterized by significant restriction of both active and passive shoulder motion that occurs in the absence of a known intrinsic...

Iron Deficient Anemia

Iron deficient Anaemia is a deficiency of haemoglobin in the blood most commonly caused by not meeting dietary requirements of iron or an excess blood loss. It results in a small blood cell (microcytic) which contains a reduced amount of haemoglobin (hypochromic)(1,...

Osteomalacia

Osteomalacia can be described as a bone condition which affects the mineralization of bone; it is often caused by disorders pertaining to vitamin D and phosphate metabolism. It causes a softening of the bones due to the reduced uptake of calcium necessary to maintain...