Medical Musings, Health Hypotheses & Therapeutic Thoughts
The question then becomes “OK, I understand that pain is an output, and is influenced by all these different factors separate to the signals coming form the body. But what can I do about my chronic pain??”
Tips For Self-Help On Long Flights - What You Can Really Do In Your Aeroplane Seat?
Or perhaps you travel regularly (or sporadically) for work and in that case, I hope you sometimes manage to swing it your way; take leave where a few extra days can be spent relaxing and enjoying the destination.
Common Cricket Injuries, What Are They & What Can You Do?
The long periods of gameplay, combined with explosive sprinting, jumping, throwing etc. puts a lot of sudden forces on the soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments and the like; as opposed to hard tissues like bone) of the body. Because of the heavy emphasis on running and throwing, the limbs are commonly affected, but side strains of the abdominal muscles are also very common.
Cricket Injuries Part I
With Footy Finals just around the corner, if you haven’t yet started your summer sport pre-season training, well, you probably should (as I’m sure your coaches are telling you!).
Although Spring officially starts at the beginning of September, as any Melburnian worth the name knows the weather doesn’t really get ‘unwintery’ (to coin a term) until December.
How Often Should I Be Seeing My Osteopath? Or, Why Is It Important To Have Multiple Management Strategies?
In an ideal world, the answer to the first question is simple: Not often. However, unless you are a time-traveller from a future where humanity has eliminated want, disease, stress, and war, you probably don’t live in an ideal world.
(If you are a time-traveller from a utopian future, for the love of sanity tell us how we got there, and how you dealt with in-laws in particular - Just joking, Maria and Terry! I love you all)!