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28 Feb

To ice or to heat, that is the question...

It’s one of the age-old questions for anyone who has injured themselves; is ice or heat best? Before you start to apply either heat or ice to your aches and pains, it’s important to determine the cause of the pain: is it due to inflammation or is it due to constricting muscle tissue? From there, you can follow the guide below to choose which option is best for you. Of course, not all injuries, aches, and pains, are quite this straightforward. There may be other reasons for your pain such as nerve pain or referred pain; if you are unsure, please refer to your GP or allied health practitioner.  Read More..

24 Jul

Dr Maddi Traeger

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25 Oct

Shoulder Rotator Cuff Tear and Physiotherapy

Shoulder Rotator Cuff Tear and Physiotherapy Read More..

18 May

Sarah Marquis faces her toughest test on epic Australian adventure

So many steps, so many adventures were needed to answer the single question: Why do I walk? The explanation is so simple as to be almost logical, pragmatic. My life has been a mix of excitement, sweat, pure adventure, wild creatures with unpronounceable Latin names, hairy, bare chests where I rested my head for an instant — all mixed with enough danger to keep me alert. This existence has also been full of choices. I am recording it so as to leave a testament that tells of freedom — the freedom to choose one’s life.

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14 Oct

Dementia care begins at home

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02 Mar

The two exercises that will dramatically reduce your stress

Your inbox is overflowing, there are phone calls to return, a never-ending to do list and... somewhere amongst it all, you need to fit in exercise and God forbid, a life.  Read More..

06 Feb

Sugar 'raises heart attack risk'

John von Radowitz         4th February 2014       Sydney Morning Herald Read More..

02 Jan

Sugar: How sweet it is...and how bad it is

In The Age Newspaper, Jan 1, 2014 by Peter Martin Read More..

18 Oct

Obesity isn't as simple as eating too much

31 May

Sitting is the New Smoking!

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