Kennington Wunda chair pilates

How does the Wunda Chair work?

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The “Wunda” chair really does work “wonders” What is it? Originally designed by Joseph Pilates himself as one of the comprehensive and versatile pieces of pilates equipment. It is basically a box with pedals attached to springs, providing…
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Neck Pain

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Neck Pain: What is it? What causes it? How it can be treated? Neck pain is one of the most commonly treated musculoskeletal complaints in primary care and it can be disabling to varying degrees. Research shows that two-thirds of the population…
Pilates

Pilates for scoliosis, how does it help?

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Pilates for scoliosis, how does it help? - by Chrisen Hall Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine. The severity of the curve differs from person to person and scoliosis is very common in the UK and it affects all ages. According…
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How does massage help PTSD, stress and anxiety?

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How does massage help PTSD, stress and anxiety? - by Kimberley Pledger Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is classified as a mental health diagnosis for which the primary treatments are anti-psychotic and anti-depressant medication…

Osteoporosis - You ARE AT RISK unless you KNOW YOU AREN’T

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Osteoporosis - You ARE AT RISK unless you KNOW YOU AREN’T Osteoporosis is really not a fun subject. But it is REALLY important that you think about it now. This has been driven home to me this year in both a personal and a professional…

OSTEOPATHY AND OSTEOARTHRITIS

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OSTEOPATHY AND OSTEOARTHRITIS - by Lorna Rose What is osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, it is a clinical syndrome characterised by joint pain accompanied by varying degrees of functional limitation…

What is the difference between an osteopath and a physiotherapist?

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What is the difference between an osteopath and a physiotherapist? Andrea Rippe (BOst, MSc Paed Ost) is a registered osteopath and Pietro Susini (BSc Phys, MSc Ost) is a registered osteopath and a physiotherapist. This is not the most frequently…