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Top Tips for Staying Active and Exercising with an Injury

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Top Tips for Staying Active and Exercising with an Injury

Neo G’s expert advice for maintaining an active lifestyle while injured – including best types of exercises to do while injured, top techniques for minimising impact and facilitating injury rehabilitation and the top therapies which help to prevent and eliminate injuries…

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Avoid the Fitness Mistakes that cause Aches and Breaks!

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Finally,we can breathe a sigh of relief; the Christmas hysteria is over! While December is a month of indulgent eating, drinking and being merry, January is often the month where we say enough is enough!

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Ho Ho Ho…w’s your health this winter?

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The final month of the year is here! Christmas preparations may be underway, work might be picking up to meet end-of-year deadlines or perhaps you’ve got lots of social events planned, but your health is one thing you shouldn’t forget amongst all these distractions. In this post, we’ve listed a few reminders for the most common health problems people neglect as we near the end of the year, including diet and nutrition, skincare and foot care.

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Back Care — Everything you need to know

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We’re quickly creeping towards winter with November being the last full month of autumn - can you believe it?! – and although there is no proven link between back pain and changes in the weather, back pain is something which many people find troubling them as the colder weather sets in. For this reason, we are addressing some of the main causes of back pain… as well as some solutions to help minimise pain!

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Arthritis – Fight the symptoms!

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It’s already October, the cosiness of autumn is setting in, the days are getting shorter and we’re digging out our winter jumpers. But for those with arthritis, the autumn and winter months can be a season of discomfort, with cold and damp weather increasing aches and pains in bones and joints.

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