Category : Brain training

The Impact of Whiplash (WAD)

The Impact of Whiplash (WAD)
Posted by Helen Potter on 16 February 2017 | Filed under Brain training, Pain, Physiotherapy, Posture
 Article by: Karen Keast | Last Updated: 16-11-2016 The impact of Whiplash Whiplash is an acceleration-deceleration mechanism of energy transfer to the neck. It’s a p

Pain experience – Information

Pain experience – Information
Posted by Helen Potter on 27 January 2017 | Filed under Brain training, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Physiotherapy, Tips
Pain disorders and our pain experience - Information to help you understand Research on pain in recent years has given us a far better understanding of what is happening when we feel

Moving differently after injury may lead to chronic pain

Moving differently after injury may lead to chronic pain
Posted by Helen Potter on 19 January 2017 | Filed under Brain training
Chronic Pain Development When people suffer musculoskeletal pain – that is, pain arising from muscles, ligaments, bones or joints – they change the way they move. Changes may include

Posture Medic – Improving your sitting posture

Posture Medic – Improving your sitting posture
Posted by Helen Potter on 09 January 2017 | Filed under Acute Back Pain, Back Treatment, Brain training, Physiotherapy, Posture
POSTURE MEDIC  The design of Posture Medic is meant to help you overcome your poor postural habits. It may also retrain your body to stand up straight with an easy Stretch -

Physical activity and your brain

Physical activity and your brain
Posted by Helen Potter on 28 September 2016 | Filed under Brain training, In Touch Physiotherapy
Physical Activity encourages  better thinking and understanding A relationship between health literacy and participation in weekly (moderate to vigorous) physical activity is independent
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