Peninsula Physiotherapy and Health

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Recliners || The Junk Food Of The Seating World

admin | September 29, 2015

Hands up if you have a recliner? Yes? Hands up if you also have some neck and back issues? Recliners are a VERY comfortable choice for relaxing after a long day at work or over the weekend. They’re relaxation machines……

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A Healthy Back || Master Three Basic Positions

admin | September 23, 2015

The health of our spine is essentially guided by one simple rule. How straight it is. As a mechanical structure, our spine is the stable framework that supports our head, rib cage, shoulders and hips. The best position of our…..

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Headaches || Hows Your Neck

admin | September 17, 2015

We’ve all had a headache or a migraine before. They’re awful. Particularly if they pop up again and again and again. Besides a small percentage (that are deadly serious) the overwhelming majority are relatively simple in their origin and treatment……

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Good Balance || Loosen Those Ankles

admin | September 15, 2015

In the health and fitness industry we are very good at trying to solve most of our problems with “strengthening”. Sore hamstring? Strengthen it. Bad back? Strengthen it. Poor balance? Strengthen it. And whilst strength does solve a lot of…..

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Achilles Pain || Some Sneaky Problems Afoot

admin | September 9, 2015

Achilles issues are a real annoyance. As anyone whose tried to stay active with a sore Achilles can tell you, it can really effect your output. And it can drag on. And it can come back. Thankfully, regardless of what…..

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Myth #14 || Sitting Cross-Legged Is Bad For Your Hips

admin | September 1, 2015

Sitting cross-legged has become a little bit of a grey area when talking best practices and pain. One line of thinking suggests that you shouldn’t cross one or both of your legs when sitting as it’s not good for them…..

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