Chronic Pain is something that affects many people worldwide and there seems to be a long way to go to fully understand how and why it occurs… here physiotherapist Andrew Mooney offers us a deeper understanding.
Pain – is it all bad news?
Pain is not a failure, it is actually one of the body’s great success stories. It is a sign that our bodies are bringing attention to something that needs addressing in the way we are living.
Back pain – what can I do?
Have you ever suffered from back pain? It is one of the commonest conditions experienced by people and is a major cause of suffering and sick leave.
We are sinking
The coalface of illness and disease. We are spending billions of dollars keeping people alive, yet investing nothing in the thing that we must invest in.
Arthritis – more than physio, painkillers and joint replacements?
There is much that we can do to help treat and heal our arthritis …
Feeling the blues … to being depressed … to shining the light
No longer need we be a victim of low mood or even depression; as we begin to make choices that we know and can feel are loving for our bodies, then our minds will take care of themselves.
Most cases of Type 2 Diabetes are entirely preventable through lifestyle choices, yet diabetes continues to rise at alarming rates. What will make people stop eating the foods they know are an assault on the body?
Cancer – why me?
Why do I have cancer? A common question that medicine has not been able to answer. Could the answer require understanding who we truly are?
A skin rash tells its story
What if a skin rash could tell its story of what it’s like being a rash all over its host – that is, a human body? Joan Calder offers us this tantalising article and insight into how she overcame a painful skin rash and what she learnt along the way about herself.
Alzheimer’s and dementia: do we have a part to play?
Soon to be costing the global health system over a trillion dollars, Alzheimer’s and Dementia are costing families immeasurable expense as relationships and lives are impacted earlier and more widely than ever before. This article explores the enormous link between how we live and Alzheimer’s Dementia.