Category : Brain training

Understanding Pain

Understanding Pain
What is pain?Scientists agree that pain is an unpleasant feeling in our body that makes us want to stop and change our behaviour.Pain is a complex protective mechanism but is not a measure

‘Maintain brain size – exercise’

‘Maintain brain size – exercise’
Posted by Helen Potter on 22 December 2017 | Filed under Blog, Brain training, In Touch Physiotherapy
Aerobic exercise improves memory function and maintains brain health as we age (Australia’s National Institute of Complementary Medicine at Western Sydney University and the Division of P

Mindfulness – A useful tool to manage pain

Mindfulness – A useful tool to manage pain
Posted by Helen Potter on 12 November 2017 | Filed under Brain training, Chronic Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Tips
From PainHEALTH Website -modified by Helen Potter 2017 Mindfulness is about being here now, being 'present' or in the moment. While the idea is simple, embodying mindfulness is not easy

The Impact of Whiplash (WAD)

The Impact of Whiplash (WAD)
Posted by Helen Potter Subiaco 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

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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