Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition of the feet that is characterised by heel pain that hinders your regular activities and movement. If you’ve noticed unusual pain or cramps in your heel then you might have developed plantar fasciitis.
Due to the evolving COVID situation, the VIC, NSW & QLD governments have once again issued directives that non-urgent elective surgery will be temporarily suspended across the states. Although it’s disappointing to have your surgery pushed back, it’s also an ideal time to establish a strong prehabilitation routine that will ultimately improve your recovery and healing process post-surgery.
Yoga is a mind-body practice that helps release the tension we store both physically and mentally. As we practice we are drawn into the present moment. We start to disconnect from the noise outside and begin to tune into how we are feeling in our body and in our minds to relieve stress.
If you’re going to have surgery, it’s good to be prepared. You should find out about what your surgery will involve, your medicines, what you need to do before the surgery, how to get to and from the hospital, and your recovery and care when you go home after the surgery.
Ever wondered what causes pain? Pain is a sensation that is caused, not by the stimulus of injury itself but by the message that is sent to the brain and our response to the trigger is determined by our brains interpretation of the event or injury. This complicated process means that we can experience pain, even without having any injury or tissue damage!
Like so many individuals, brands and businesses, we care about the health of our people and the planet. So, we’ve taken an important leap to reduce and offset our carbon emissions. WIth the help of Climate Neutral, we are now proudly and officially Climate Neutral certified!
Frozen shoulder is the common name for adhesive capsulitis, a condition that limits your range of motion. It can have a huge impact on everyday life and wellbeing. There are various stages of frozen shoulder and the recovery process. This condition is notoriously difficult to treat, although there are some treatment options to reduce pain and support your recovery journey.
Feeling stressed over weeks or months can weaken the immune system and cause high blood pressure, fatigue, depression, anxiety and have other harmful effects on the body. If you have been feeling stressed there are several things that you can do to help to lower cortisol, which is our main stress hormone.
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