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Distress to wisdom

1.0 Yoga for backpain Yoga is an ancient practice that originated in India around 4000 years ago and consists of several key components, including physical postures, breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation. The holistic approach to healing involved in yoga holds intuitive appeal for the treatment of backpain. 1.1 Stretching and relaxation through Yoga Yoga incorporates …

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Cervical Headache

1.1 Introduction Headache is the most common health complaints seen by General practitioners. Most headaches aren’t serious and can be treated with medication, physiotherapy and lifestyle changes. Many of us will be able to relate to the constant pounding, the inability to concentrate and sleep, the severe impact it has on our daily activities. Headache …

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Turn a setback into a comeback – Managing sports injuries

1.1 Sports injuries Whether you play sports for competition or fitness, you don’t want to be sidelined with an injury. The most common types of sports-related injuries include muscle, ligament and tendon strains and sprains, bone fractures, and bruising. Time away from the game or forced inactivity is something we all want to avoid. Albeit …

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Back Pain – Understanding and treatment

1. Introduction Back pain is a common health issue today that affects at least eight out of ten people. It is a prevalent problem among all age groups. A major percent of people experience a back problem during some time in their lives and many times back pain will resolve itself in two to four …

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An elucidation on Postural Assessment

1. Introduction Posture is the position in which one holds the body upright against gravity while standing, sitting or lying down. Sitting or standing in the right position makes sure our bodies function properly. When a person slouches or slumps, it causes more pressure on the vertebrae, leading to poor circulation. This can cause vertebrae …

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