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Run to the Sunset Blog

Often patients present with an injury/pain/illness that keeps recurring, for example they continually get a pain in their buttock or piriformis and treatment including stretches, needles or trigger points etc is temporary. Often they can be focused on the area of symptoms and previous diagnoses...

In my work as a holistic integrative physiotherapist I see people with mostly chronic issues not acute. More often than not driving these conditions is an underlying unaddressed state of ‘stress’. Living in chronic stress often means the elevated cortisol and adrenaline have your muscles...

We cannot change anything unless we are aware that something needs changing! If you do not know you are doing something, how do you know you may need to change that action/thought/behaviour? If something is not working in your life then that can be a...

Research has shown that there are no pain receptors in the body only receptors/nociceptors that detect unpleasant stimuli. The unpleasant impulses get sent to the brain areas for processing and it is the brain that determines if you will feel pain or if you do...