Surgery: 3 Things to Keep in Mind

Posted on: 10 August 2018

Modern medicine is wonderful. Thanks to advances in medical science, you no longer have to worry about dying of diseases and disorders which would have been a death sentence not so long ago. One area which has contributed to the success of modern medicine has been advances made in the way surgery is performed. However, while surgical care is the best it has ever been, there is still a need for the patient to take certain precautions.
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How Office Workers Can Prevent Lower Back Pain

Posted on: 14 May 2018

When you have an office job, you sit at a desk for multiple hours of the day, very often hunched over a computer. Day by day, year by year, this puts a terrible amount of strain on office workers, and it can result in debilitating lower back pain. You can't just quit your job, so what's the solution? Fortunately, there are many things office workers can do to prevent lower back pain before it strikes or to reverse its effects if they are already feeling the pinch.
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Can Physio Help With Weight Loss?

Posted on: 14 May 2018

There are millions of people out there who want to lose weight. Of course, there is no quick fix, but there are some things you might not have thought of that could help you on your own weight loss journey. You might think of physiotherapy as something that only athletes do when they are trying to recover from an injury and to keep their body in perfect shape, but physiotherapy can also be used as an aid to weight loss.
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Two ways to treat arthritis symptoms without medication

Posted on: 13 April 2018

If you have just been diagnosed with arthritis (a condition which causes stiffness and inflammation in the body's joints), here are two ways that you can manage the symptoms of this disease without medication. Make some lifestyle changes There are several lifestyle changes that you can make which can significantly reduce the severity of your symptoms. If for example, you are overweight and therefore have a high BMI (Body Mass Index), taking steps to lower it can help to minimise the amount of pain and stiffness you experience on a daily basis.
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