A few thoughts on a very personal subject

These days there seems to be far fewer subjects that are not openly discussed among family, friends, colleagues or in the press. However, as Women’s Health Physiotherapists, we see a number of conditions which certainly don’t tend to be talked about, and therefore don’t get the support and treatment that they deserve. An example being

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Symmetrical Forces Going Through Both Feet

This month I am going to highlight the importance of symmetrical forces going through both feet. The feet can alter everything upward; knee alignment, pelvic position and spinal movement but to name a few. If you want to create maximal symmetry and bullet proof your body against overuse injuries or mechanical problems, the feet are

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Coeliac Disease

Coeliac Disease affects 1 in 100 people in the UK; however, it is estimated that only 30% are clinically diagnosed. Further, around 6 – 8% of the UK population have non-Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity or more commonly used “Gluten Intolerance”. I am in the latter category. Digestive problems caused by gluten-based products can be very uncomfortable

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