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Month: April 2019

3×10 reps….are we correct in our administration of this protocol?

Blog written and presented to you by Clinic Manager Jason Dodd and member of the Physiotherapy Department at Bodylogics The Sports Therapy Clinic. During my time in the Clinic I have seen many injuries which have benefited from soft tissue work or manual therapy to aid the healing and recovery of the bodies structures (whether that be muscle, ligaments or things like joints). Where I and the rest of our Team can help in the treatment room, the real differences …

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Change your beliefs about Low Back Pain.

Blog written by Clinic Manager Jason Dodd and member of the Physiotherapy and Musculo-Skeletal Department at Bodylogics The Sports Therapy Clinic. ?Low Back Pain Beliefs? –? In 2014, a study by Darlow et al was published in BMJ Open. The study looked at beliefs of back pain in New-Zealand citizens above 18 years of age–? 602 valid responses were received. Although not all of them had back pain at the moment (27%, which is still a substantial amount), 87% had …

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The ultimate exercises you need to include in EVERY workout.

Blog written by Clinic Manager Jason Dodd with reference from Personal Trainer and Lead Injury Rehabilitation expert Angel Warren With summer round the corner, it is never too late to start your workout programme to get you ready for the sunny days ahead of us. We all want to get that body which we are proud to show off and lets us wear those clothes we always dream of buying but we don’t always know what the best things are …

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Why would you see an Osteopath?

Blog post written by Jason Dodd who is the Clinic Manager at Bodylogics. The views and advice are the words of Andrew Terry who is the lead Osteopath at Bodylogics and supported by Jason Dodd. Let’s start by answering this main headed question first. An Osteopath is very similar to a Physiotherapist or Chiropractor or Sports Therapist, they are trained to treat musculo-skeletal system which as its name says, are things related to either the muscle system or the skeletal …

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