Do you have a turtle neck, texting neck or swan neck?

Aug 25, 2017   |  Penny WadePenny Wade

And I am not talking about fashion! It is much more painful than fashion.  You may have seen the texting posture, Shoulders forward, neck forward and a very curved upper back. You may even...

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Exercise guidelines for a nation.

Aug 22, 2014   |  Penny WadePenny Wade

New Exercise Guidelines  The Australian Department of Health issued some physical activity and sedentary guidelines. These guidelines are aimed at the future health of Australians in terms...

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Massaging tight side thigh muscles

Aug 22, 2014   |  Penny WadePenny Wade

Some of you would have experienced me massaging the sides of your thighs on these very painful muscular bands called the ITB. If they  get very sore or tight  they can cause in the long t...

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Blood pressure - How to lower it through lifestyle, diet and herbs.

Aug 22, 2014   |  Penny WadePenny Wade

What is considered high blood pressure or hypertension? Normal - Less than 120/80 mm Hg Prehypertension - 120-139/80-89 mm Hg Stage 1 hypertension - 140-159/90 to 99mm Hg Stage 2 hy...

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Hydrotherapy for migraines and tension headaches

Aug 01, 2013   |  Penny WadePenny Wade

Hydrotherapy for migraines and tension headaches As a follow up from my previous newsletter I will discuss hydrotherapy for the head area. Headaches and migraines The application of...

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Quote of the quarter

Aug 17, 2010   |  Penny WadePenny Wade

‘Whatever you appreciate and give thanks for will increase in your life’ - Sanaya Roman ...

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