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  • Dry Needling for Muscle Pain

    Dry needling is a technique used to treat myofascial pain. It evolved after doctors discovered that whether they injected cortisone,saline, dry injection or an acupuncture needle, the pain was relieved. This technique uses a “dry” needle and is inserted into the skin into the trigger point of [...]

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    Introducing KX Pilates

    KX offers a revolutionary, fast paced, high intensity, body-toning workout in just 50 minutes. Workout smarter, not longer, fusing elements of traditional reformer pilates with cardio and endurance training for a high intensity workout. KX Pilates Bondi Junction 4/360 Oxford Street [...]

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    Should You Stretch Before or After Exercise

      Stretching and Muscle Soreness Some research suggests that stretching doesn't prevent muscle soreness after exercise. Researchers Robert Herbert, Ph.D., and Marcos de Noronha, Ph.D. of the University of Sydney conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of 10 previously published studies of [...]

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    What's Healthier Quinoa or Brown Rice?

    Check out the results of a comparison between brown rice and quinoa. Who do you think wins?

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    Obesity policy group warns easing restrictions for health claims on sports drinks could mislead public

    When did water stop being the best drink for quenching your thirst? It’s cheap, has no calories and a US independent Beverage Guidance panel ranked it top for its “contribution to intake of energy and essential nutrients” and for “its positive effects on health”. In comparison, sports [...]

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    6 ways physiotherapy can relieve aches and pains

    Many people lump physiotherapy into the same category as less proven "alternative treatments" and it's often confused with massage or chiropractic therapy. But physiotherapy is different. Could it work for you? It was the prospect of being forced to give up cooking that made me try physiotherapy. My[...]

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