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16 Aug Goal Setting – Part 2

KICKING GOALS In my previous blog I discussed the idea of finding purpose.  Not only a purpose in life but a purpose and a reason for doing all of the little things we need to do (that aren’t necessarily fun or exciting) to get to where...

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05 Aug Finding Your Purpose – Part 1

“It is what you do in the dark, that puts you in the light” This is one of my all-time favourite quotes. I first came across it on an Under Armour ad campaign featuring Michael Phelps. As a former competitive swimmer and lover of sport, I have...

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30 Jul LET US DISCUSS, THE MEN-IS-CUS

Before I get stuck into the nitty gritty of one of the most common knee injuries, I want to talk about where my fascination with a little piece of cartilage began.  Growing up as a Miami Heat fan I loved Dwyane Wade and the way...

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26 Jul What a Headache!

Headaches are extremely common. Most people will suffer from a headache at some point in their lives.  And they can result in pain in the head, neck and face.  There are over 300 different types of headaches described in medical literature, including: Migraine Tension Headaches ...

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11 Jul Peroneal Tendinopathy

Peroneal tendinopathy is caused by repeated tension or stress on the tendon of the muscles that run down the outer side of the lower leg (the peroneal muscles). Peroneal tendon injuries are usually due to increased loads and overuse of these peroneal muscles. Over time, the tendon...

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19 Jun Tennis Elbow

It is a really common condition that affects people from all walks of life whether you’re Roger Federer, the weekend warrior or even a desk worker. It affects...

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12 Jun Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic outlet syndrome is an impingement condition that can result in numbness and tingling into the hands and forearms. It can be caused by a variety of factors, the main one being poor postural habits, which is especially common in office workers and students. Other...

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