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Your child seems behind in their development? Having problems concentrating? The teacher complains about their hyperactive behaviour at school? Increasingly, parents ask themselves – is there something wrong with my

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What is the plantar fascia? The plantar fascia is a band of thick tendon that originate from the calcaneus (heel bone) and inserts into the base of the toes. Its

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Matt Cornwall, Physiotherapist, looks at the anatomy of the shoulder, the likely causes for instability and dislocation, what to do in case of a dislocation, what your options are post

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    Being pregnant is a unique and powerful life experience where the body undergoes immense physical, hormonal and emotional changes. Throughout pregnancy, the extensive physiological and structural changes that

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Check out this fantastic article on ”Exercising with Care”  which is in the March issue of Motherhood magazine featuring our very own Ashleigh Mitchell! Motherhood Magazine feature March 2017   Ashleigh in an

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  What is outrigger canoeing? Outrigger canoeing, hailing from Polynesia, is a popular and growing sport in Singapore and beyond. It is 1,3 or 6 person vessel with an ama

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Our Physiotherapist Charlie Brahmbhatt gives you his key tips on how you can enjoy running but avoid the pain and frustration of injury. Many of us enjoy the benefits of the running,

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  So what is Naturopathy?    Naturopathic medicine is a health care system that emphasizes on prevention and enhancing the body’s innate ability to heal. Naturopathic doctors use therapeutic modalities

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-Osteopathy is a patient centred philosophy which addresses the problem at its core rather than simply treating symptoms. -Osteopaths are experts in manual therapy but are also trained in rehabilitation

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17 February

Headaches explained

Headache is a very common medical condition that the majority of us encounter regularly. Despite being prevalent, it should not be ignored or overlooked. While it may be an infrequent

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    Our resident trekking enthusiast/Physiotherapist Danielle gives her top tips for pre-climb prep, avoiding potential injuries along the way and helping you conquer that summit!   1. Start early!

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