What is pain?

What is pain?

What is pain?
Posted by Helen Potter on 15 January 2018 | Filed under Chronic Pain, Pain, Uncategorized
If someone has a pain in his hand one does not comfort the hand, but the sufferer. – Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, 1953What is pain?Some people say pain is a warning signal that s

Photo of Eric Harrison Meditation Teacher by Helen Potter

Photo of Eric Harrison Meditation Teacher by Helen Potter
Posted by Helen Potter on 10 January 2018 | Filed under Photography
Eric Harrison Meditation Teacher I photographed Eric for the back cover of his latest meditation book. "The Foundations of Mindfulness" published NY 2017 Eric said he preferred to n

Helping you to Recover From Whiplash Injury

Helping you to Recover From Whiplash Injury
Posted by Helen Potter on 22 December 2017 | Filed under Brain training, Chronic Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Physiotherapy, Tips
Recover from Whiplash Injury Recovery following a whiplash injury ranges from full recovery to mild or persistent pain and disability. 50% of individuals fully recover 25% develo

‘Maintain brain size – exercise’

‘Maintain brain size – exercise’
Posted by Helen Potter on 22 December 2017 | Filed under Blog, Brain training, In Touch Physiotherapy
Maintain brain size - exercise'           Aerobic exercise improves memory function and maintains brain health as we age. (Australia’s Nation

Will a hip replacement beep at security?

Will a hip replacement beep at security?
  By MR FREEDMAN Orthopeadic Surgeon http://melbournehipsurgeon.com.au/mr-freedman/ surgeon Melbourne 2017 Joint Replacement and Airport Security People
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