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Common Sports Injuries – Part 2 – Rotator Cuff Injuries

Common sports injuries – 3 parts by Mary Thornton BSc Hons MCSP HPC The rotator cuff is the name given to the deep stabilising muscles around the shoulder joint . It consists of the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis. Occasionally overuse or trauma of the shoulder joint can result in straining anyone of these muscles […]

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Wishing You All a Very Happy Easter!

Here is a different happy Easter egg recipe from the pages of  www. paleodietlifestyle.com/garlic-parsley-deviled-eggs/Garlic and parsley deviled egg recipe   Serves 4, as an appetizer Ingredients 6 large eggs; 12 romaine lettuce leaves; 3 tbsp Paleo mayonnaise; 2 tsp Dijon or homemade mustard; ¼ tsp Worcestershire sauce, optional; ½ tsp lemon juice; 2 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped; 1 tbsp extra-virgin […]

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Common Sports Injuries – Part 1 – Low Back Pain

Common sports injuries – 3 parts by Mary Thornton BSc Hons MCSP HPC Part 1: Low back pain Most people at some point in their lives experience an episode of low back pain. The presentation can vary considerably from a sudden sharp pain during a movement preventing the individual from resuming normal posture to a gradual […]

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Why Social Media?

Over the next few months were going to be helping you with the minefield that is Social media, where to start, which platforms to use, why and how to turn your efforts into qualified leads. If you’re having trouble convincing yourself, business partners, boss that social media marketing is worthwhile, then read on. Everyone talks […]