When it comes to using cold or heat on an injury or to help with pain relief, it can be confusing as to which one you should choose.

Some people will tell you ice is best, others will tell you heat is best, and some will say not to use anything, and let the body do...

You may have seen this coloured tape on a player in a sporting match you watched, a competitor in the local running race, or even a family member with an injury….So what is it?

Kinesiology tape, sometimes referred to as ‘K-tape’, Kinesio ä Tape, Rock Tape, or variou...

When it comes to recovering from pain or an injury, I strongly believe movement should form a large part of the recovery.

Whether that is in the form of gentle movements, walking, continuing to engage in activities you are already doing, or taking up new activities...

1. Get it checked

Low back pain presents in many ways, and can be caused by many different factors. Some of these factors include:

  • Work-related movements, activities and postures

  • Emotional and mental stress (as stress decreases our pain tolerance, meaning we...

A major study* shows that at least 44% of people with back pain can 'centralise' their back pain. If they are guided through a specific process that I'll describe in this post ...

... which is why it might just be one of the most important posts you read about the f...

In its most primitive sense, pain is our body’s warning signal that something needs to be addressed. The longer we ignore these signals the more likely these issues can develop into chronic, long term patterns causing compensations elsewhere in the body.
 
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