Starting to Exercise at Any Age

Why we all need to Exercise It’s never too late to start exercising. Exercise is vital at any age and holds numerous benefits for your mind and body. Spring time is here. The sun is rising earlier and the days are getting warmer.  Now is the perfect time to start moving or get back into…

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How to Perform and Thrive as a Hockey Player

Hockey Injuries

How do our South African Hockey players perform and thrive? The Women’s FIH Hockey World Cup took place in Spain and Netherlands in July, and our South African team was there! Prior to the tournament, one of our players, Bernadette (Bernie) Coston stated: “Our key focus is ourselves, how we need to perform, how we…

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What is CrossFit and do physiotherapists recommend it?

Many of our patients ask us if physiotherapists recommend CrossFit as a sport. The short answer is yes, physiotherapists recommend CrossFit. However, there are a few things we would like to point out to make sure you don’t injure yourself. So lets first understand what CrossFit is all about. What is CrossFit? CrossFit is known…

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How To Improve Your Golf Swing

How to improve your golf swing -Tips From A Physio To celebrate the Golf Masters that recently took place, we would like to provide you with some tips and advice about how to improve your golf swing. The quality of your golf swing is probably the most important factor affecting your performance on the golf…

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How to Prevent and Treat Running Injuries

How to Prevent and Treat Common Running Injuries Every runner dreads an injury. It prevents you from doing the thing you love the most, and that is running! In this article you will learn about the 5 most common running injuries. You will also learn how to treat it and how to prevent future injuries.…

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Rugby – Common Injuries, Physiotherapy Management & Prevention

Rugby – Most Common Injuries seen by Physiotherapists Rugby is a contact team sport, renowned for its action-packed and tough nature. The impacts that the bodies of rugby players are exposed to are immense. Powerful bodily contact is made during tackles, mauling, rucks and scrums, and players frequently collide with each other or with the…

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Neck Pain in Children

Neck pain is a common public health concern that has been studied extensively in adults. Minimal studies have been done on neck pain in children and/or adolescents.

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