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Maximising Quantum In Personal Injury Cases: A Physio’s Role

05th September 2011
Solicitors and other legal professionals could do a lot worse when trying to find an expert witness than call upon an experienced physio. When it comes to an understanding of the process of rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries, physiotherapists should b... Read >
Author: X-Pro/ Law-Pro

Limping Canines Often Times have Dog Cruciate Ligament Injury

10th May 2011
For people with a limping dog, it truly is very disheartening trying to find out what is in fact triggering them to limp and where exactly the problem is. Often times, canine owners come up empty handed when they are touching their dogs to discover the pr... Read >
Author: Dr. James

Burning pain under your shoulder blade

05th November 2009
What causes upper back pain rib area Pain in the upper back around the rib area is a common problem. There are many and varied causes for pain in that area. The most common and most painful is an inflamed rib. Other causes include muscle spasms, nerve ... Read >
Author: Doug Eldred

The Reason Why Volume Based Bodybuilding Workouts Can Prevent Muscle Gain

28th February 2009
Any individual who has pursued bodybuilding with the goal of dramatically increasing muscle size knows that volume is one of the most effective techniques in producing such results. Most who understand the potency of higher volume bodybuilding workout ses... Read >
Author: Francesco Castano

Facts About Upper Back and Neck Pain

11th June 2008
There are many types of back pain. Upper back and neck pain is just one of many. As many of us know, this can happen to anyone at anytime. Neck and upper back pain is just as painful and as troublesome as lower back pain. Many times an injury or strain... Read >
Author: Robert Lavoie

Surefire way to increase your karate move flexibility

21st May 2006
Before you begin your karate training I just only want to make sure you do some stretching first. It is basic but it is very important to improve your karate move flexibility. All of your muscle is subject to myotatic reflex. What the h**k is myotatic ref... Read >
Author: Ken Martial Arts
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