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Recent media reports have suggested that everyday over the counter medications such as Panadol and Nurofen can have negative and lasting effects on the body. Often what you read in the newspaper or on social media is far from the truth; in this case however...

"It wasn’t my inconsistent backhand slice that was at fault for being wiped of the court by a fit man 15 years my junior, it was my Tennis Elbow.”...

Working long hours as a ‘Tradie’ can be very physically demanding. Constant lifting and manual labour can result in a number of lower back and hip impingement issues....

What is a good posture? and how do you about your posture correction at home? Your spine is designed around 3 curves that give you flexibility, stability and strength in your day to day movement. These curves are designed to give you efficient weight balance and...

Pregnancy is imagined to be all about green juices, obsessing over the glow and feeling connected to others like you’d never experienced before.Real life – You might feel more guarded and protective than ever before. You’re unable to move and you just want to get your body back after it being a shared department for 9 months. How uncomfortable!Lucky for you, Pilates might be the tool to help you gain your strength back, and losing weight would be a welcomed byproduct. Learn How.

You are desk bound all week, and maybe your boss is coming down on you like hell fire for no reason. You start grinding your teeth often, or even worse your upper back and shoulders are tensing up rendering you a grumpy old geezer. Self massage or trigger point release might be your best friend.

So, your dietitian or GP has recently diagnosed you with Type 2 Diabetes. What now? What does this all mean?

Diabetes mellitus (or diabetes) is a rapidly growing epidemic both worldwide and in Australia, with around 1.7 million Australians suffering from the disease, and 300 million people worldwide estimated to have diabetes by the year 2025. You are not alone.

Lateral epicondylitis known as tennis elbow is a condition where the outer part of the elbow becomes sore and tender. While the common name “tennis elbow” suggests a strong link to racquet sports, this condition can also be caused by sports such as swimming and...