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Hints and Tips for Injury Recovery

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Hints and Tips for Injury Recovery

The positive benefits of exercise on your physical and mental wellbeing has been proven for many years. So it can be hugely frustrating if you develop an injury or recurring pain that stops you doing the things you love. It not only prevents you from being active, you may also be losing your fitness benefits gained prior to your injury...

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How do compression socks improve circulation?

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How do compression socks improve circulation

During the current pandemic many people are working from home and potentially sitting for longer periods of the day compared to being in the office. This combined with a reduction in daily activity can contribute to poor circulation and as a result, many people are searching for compression socks on the internet to help improve circulation. But do these actually work? In this article we look at the benefits of improving circulation as well as how compression socks can help.

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Four ways to improve posture and prevent back problems whilst on lock down

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Improve posture during lockdown

Poor posture can be a leading cause of back problems and is something we need to be consciously thinking about especially with the current restrictions around the world. Here are our top tips for improving your posture and reducing the risk of back problems.

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Five Ways to Tackle Repetitive Strain Injury at Work

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With 7% of all working people estimated to suffer from Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) at some point in their working lives, it is clearly a serious and widespread matter. To help, Alex Clark physiotherapist at the UK’s leading orthopaedic support specialist Neo G, gives his top advice for how people can prevent and treat this common condition.

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The best exercises to combat Plantar Fasciitis

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Exercises to Combat Plantar Fasciitis

If you’re a runner it’s likely you’ll be familiar with Plantar Fasciitis, a painful condition which results in a deep ache or sharp stabbing pain in the heel or along the arch of your foot. However, it’s not just runners or those on their feet for large portions of the day that run the risk of developing Plantar Fasciitis – if you have a problems with your feet such as high arches or flat feet, you could be at risk of developing this common and painful condition.

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