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May 23, 2018

Facts About Neck Pain

  50 – 70% of the population will experience neck pain at least once in their lives. Acute neck pain usually resolves within days or weeks, but becomes chronic in about 10% of people. Between 10 – 15% of the population may have neck pain on any given day. There is a less than 1% chance that the pain is due to a serious medical condition. What you can do to help yourself Appropriate early
  4 out of 5 people will experience back pain at least once in their lives. Serious conditions are rare causes of back pain. Most people with recent onset back pain recover within 6 weeks. Around 25% of people experience back pain on any given day. Back pain costs the country more than $1billion a year. Up to 1/3 of people don’t fully recover in the year after onset of back pain. What you can
  Athletes often choose their boots by appearance and not their performance or suitability to the individual. Getting your boots professionally fitted can make all the difference. You are looking for something that will address your foot shape, function, gait pattern, any injuries and player position to name a few. For example; using an ‘Asics Menace’ with a HG10mm pitch to the rear of the shoe, elevating the heel height is going to assist those
The foot, ankle and lower limb work together with the rest of the body in an extremely complex manner and adapt to different sports accordingly. Sports orthotics are customised and made bespoke for an individual, they can help reduce pain, fatigue and improve biomechanics and therefore reduce the risk injury and maximise performance. To learn just how complex most people will be able to try this test- with shorts on standing with bare feet, stand
February 24, 2018

MWC Heal Pain Info

Have you woken up in the morning, swung your feet over the side of the bed, and felt the stab of pain as you transfer your body weight to your feet for the first time that day? Or maybe you feel stabbing heel pain, numbness or tingling throughout the day when you get up and take the first few steps after you’ve been sitting for a while? If this sounds familiar, you could be suffering