7 MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE WHEN DEALING WITH BACK PAIN

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Here at Bodies Under Construction we have worked with back pain for many years and truly have a great knowledge of how to diagnose and manage your back pain.  There are several common mistakes we consistently see people are making when they have back pain.

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Why Knee Pain Gets Worse When You Exercise And How To Ease It…

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…And without strong muscles to support your knee joints, (or just really tired and weak ones), you’re much more likely to suffer from aches and pains.

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3 Things We Do Everyday That Cause Neck Pain …(And What You Can Do To Ease It Quick!)

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….over the years, almost every patient that walks into our clinic who has been suffering with neck pain, has been doing one of these things…..

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9 Tips to Avoid Back Pain this Christmas

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It’s Christmas!!!
Well not quite, but I’m sure you’ve noticed the Christmas lights and the festive spirit in all the retail stores around. I normally join the usual rush of stressed out men looking for last minute presents. So how do I keep from getting knots and aches when out?……

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Workshop Series – Breathwork – Balance

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BREATHWORK – BALANCE Presented by specialist Physiotherapist Hannah Cooksey. Thursday 21st June 7pm-9pm BALANCE Learn how to find your natural balance. In this workshop we investigate stability in the body and use techniques that help us reconnect to our sense of balance. “Life is a balance of holding on and letting go” (Rumi) BENEFITS. This…

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3 Things You Could Be Doing That Make Knee Pain Worse

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Have you ever experienced knee pain? The kind that slows you down in life, niggles when you walk up and down the stairs, hurts every time you bend down, aches when you sit, and just generally leaves you feeling frustrated wondering when it’s finally going to wear off… If that sounds like you, you’re not alone. Painful knees are one of the most common…

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Nutrition, Weight Loss and Exercise – Free Public Educational Evening Thursday 8th March 2018, 7-8.30pm

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You are invited to a free public educational evening on THURSDAY 8th March 2018, 7pm – 8.30pm. PRESENTATION TOPICS AND SPEAKERS HOW NUTRITION AND ACTIVITY AFFECT OUR BRAINS MARYGRACE ANDERSON – HYPNOTHERAPIST We discuss how much we have discovered about the hippocampus area of the brain – which controls learning and memory, and also influences mood and emotion –…

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Six Nations- Survival Guide to Rugby Injuries

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It’s that time of year again where we dust off our rugby shirts and crowd around to jostle for space in front of the TV/head to the pub to cheer on our teams in the Six Nations. Rugby is such an exciting, fast-paced sport that demands players to balance physicality and controlled aggression with flare,…

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Workshop Series – Breathwork Part 1

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WORKSHOP SERIES AT BODIES UNDER CONSTRUCTION: BREATHWORK PART 1 – Presented by specialist Physiotherapist Hannah Cooksey Saturday 24th February 3pm-5pm The spine is connected to many aspects of your health and wellbeing. In this 2 hour PRACTICAL workshop we begin to understand how to unlock and strengthen the spine by connecting to the breath. Who can…

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Tennis Elbow- Here’s How We Can Help!

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Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis is a very common injury that can create significant and persistent symptoms that limit performance. Here at Bodies Under Construction our physiotherapist’s are equipped with the most up to date evidence in the medical field that can help relieve your symptoms to allow you get back to your chosen sport and more importantly, give…

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