May 2016

30 May Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder pain is one of the most common of musculoskeletal complaints with 30-50% of us experiencing it in our lifetime. Impingement syndrome accounts for up to 65% of all shoulder pain diagnoses and is defined as pain and often weakness when raising the arm caused by...

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25 May Breathing Pattern Disorders

Deborah Thomas, a Senior Physiotherapist at Halo Physio and who holds a special interest in respiratory and hyperventilation disorders, shares her knowledge on a key survival function that most of us do subconsciously, but so often get wrong! Breathing is a central part of our wellbeing...

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15 May Why Pilates Works Well for Men

Pilates as a form of exercise was developed by a man, Joseph Pilates, as a training tool for elite athletes, and dancers of the New York City ballet – both men and women (there are some very enlightening clips on YouTube of the male dancers performing the...

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