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Much ado about Paleo: Doctor Fatemeh explains the paleo diet as a guest blogger

Wikipedia has described the Paleolithic diet “as a modern dietary regimen that seeks to mimic the diet of preagricultural hunter-gatherers, one that corresponds to what was available in any of the ecological niches of Paleolithic humans.” In a simple language a Paleo Diet (paleolithic diet) is based on the type of foods our ancestors ate. This diet […]

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Our Recommended Product

Good evening, One thing I didn’t notice when I started to recommend products to my site’s visitors was that the Amazon that I’ve chosen is the “American” one and obviously their currency is “$$”. I will try to get linked to the “UK” one within the next few days and start our range of recommendations for you. […]

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Recommended Products

Hello there, I’m so excited about all the little changes that we are going to have on my website, slowly but surely. One of the extras on my website from now on would be the “recommended products” section. These will be the products that I will look at from a physiotherapy point of view to […]

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The healing effects of Spinal Touch on Scoliosis

Scoliosis effects 3 out of 100 people worldwide. Recognised treatments are observation, bracing or surgery. Observation: Scoliosis can be non-progressive and can have no pain or ill effects. Observation, especially in children, is essential before any action is taken. Bracing: Is an effective way to help children who are still growing to maintain as straight […]

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Share your back care stories. “… my firsthand experience”.

Hello again,  Here’s the first blog to start you off.  Please feel free to contribute, I think you’d be surprised how many people are in the same boat as you. For more than 20 years, I worked as a General Nurse in a variety of environments.  Each one, big or small, hard or easy, has contributed […]

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Manual handling the right way

Hello, Manual handling is very underestimated!  Yet it’s crucial to avoiding back pain and long term back damage. Manual handling is a simple set of common sense points. There are 4 major areas you need to address before lifting anything… 1) Item – you should answer ‘no’ to all of these… a)  Is the item […]

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Lets talk about slipped discs

I’ve now been waiting for a couple of weeks for somebody to start our first discussion. If you are not starting our discussion then I think it would be ideal for me to start talking about a slipped disc. What a popular phrase, isn’t it? Do you or any one you know, have one of […]

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