One Breath Closer to a Healthier You – By Suzanne Kilian

It is March and the memory of December holidays, lying on the beach or enjoying a family Christmas dinner, is fading fast.  The year has kicked off and before we even realised we are back in the routine of long hours at the desk, traffic, deadlines and loads and loads of stress... To read more Click

2016-03-16T10:12:10+02:00Mar 16th, 2016|Health and Fitness, Physiotherapy|

New Year’s Resolutions… and why we don’t keep them by Chantalle van den Berg

December is the month for reflecting and letting go a little… we think back on the year that has past (the good and the bad), we celebrate it by eating good food and laughing with friends. After the reflection comes resolutions- resolutions to be better and do more, to evolve somewhat closer to that ideal-self

Summer, what a Magical Word

“Summer” – what a magical word, conjuring up images of fun, happiness and…holidays.  The word has inspired poets for centuries: “Then followed that beautiful season… Summer… Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landscape lay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood.”Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Henrik Edberg has

2014-12-12T11:12:40+02:00Dec 12th, 2014|Physiotherapy, Summer|

Back pain: a new “fisio” wife tackles the old fish wives tales

Back pain is a common problem worldwide which effects young and old. Unfortunately there is no panacea to curing a sore back. Over the years people have developed a host of different cures. Whether it is using Google for a diagnosis or dusting off one of granny’s stories, we all have an idea of what

What is Scoliosis and what can I do for it?

Scoliosis is not seen as a disease, but rather describes an abnormal sideways curvature of the spine.  There may be a single curve, in the shape of the letter C, or two curves, in the shape a letter S. Scoliosis can be idiopathic (adolescent), degenerative (adults), congenital (develops in utero) or neuromuscular (individuals with muscular

2014-07-02T13:09:31+02:00Jul 2nd, 2014|Health and Fitness, News, Physiotherapy, Teens|

Is There Really a Relationship Between Achy Joints and Cold Weather?

Does thinking about the cold weather and your associated body aches and pains make you want to run away or even relocate? Are you struggling to get out of your warm bed in the morning? Are you feeling stiff and sore before even moving? We all know an elderly relative who firmly believes that the