Category Archives for Health and Recovery

Knee Pain? You Should See a Chiro

If you have ever suffered a knee injury, you would be well aware that it feels like your knee never quite recovers. Whether its lingering pain, loss of mobility, reduced function or general weakness, there

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Shoulder injury not getting better? Could it be the Rotator Cuff?

Have you injured your shoulder?Whether it is the result of a crash, accident or repetitive use strain, shoulder pain is a common complaint for many of our patients at Doveston Health.Traumatic shoulder

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7 Tips For Women on Staying Strong and Healthy at Any Age

It is essential these days to maintain strength and health. We are all living longer and what is the point of a long life if we are plagued by health issues! We as physiotherapists here at Pain Slayers

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3 Simple Techniques to Get to Sleep With a Whiplash Injury

For this month's contribution from Maximize Health Group, we decided to get some advice on how to get to sleep with a whiplash injury.We have again enlisted the help of Physiotherapist, Sean McCoola. Sean

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How assistive technology can help a young quadriplegic gain independence

Gaining independence after a life changing accident can often be the single hardest accomplishment someone makes.And it so happens that it's the team at LifeTec's bread and butter. We sat down with

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Eat your way to recovery – Part 1: Inflammation Stage

When you suffer an injury, your first thought might be to seek treatment from a doctor or physiotherapist. And while that's the correct action to take, people often forget to think about how their diet

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Road to recovery: Top tips to get back on track after an accident

For this month's contribution from Maximize Health Group, we decided to get some advice on accident recovery. We have again enlisted the help of Physiotherapist, Sean McCoola. Sean brings experience

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Part 2: What to do at each stage of your recovery: The next 2 weeks

Whether you have rolled your ankle, broken a rib or torn a ligament, your body goes through the same painful and uncomfortable process to repair itself. We sat down with Nick Marshall from Surf

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Back Pain Myth Busting 3 – Stress doesn’t impact your recovery

Back pain is an extremely common complaint. We frequently hear of back pain and injuries from our clients, and have found it to be a difficult hurdle to overcome despite its frequency.We have enlisted

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Top tips for bathroom modifications: Working with small bathrooms

Bathrooms are often the first area of a home that needs addressing when someone's mobility is affected. Think tight doorways, hard to manage baths and a general lack of space. This post we are interviewing

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