Shoulder Pain – Who and what are the Rotator Cuff?
Most people will have only heard of the rotator cuff when they were told they have a rotator cuff strain or tear. Rotator cuff injuries occur more often in people who provide repetitive overhead movements for example, swimmers, painters a...
Skiing in the Northern Hemisphere?
A week of skiing involves at least 5 hours of exercise everyday as well as continuous squatting, pivoting, turning, bouncing and occasional falling. These factors plus fast speed, obstacles, jumping and undulating ground, it’s no wonder s...
Acupuncture v Dry Needling
Acupuncture is an ancient therapy which has been practiced for over 5000 years. The belief is that health relies on a steady flow of “chi” – (The vital flow of energy in all living things) through the body’s energy pathways, kno...