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Episode 3 - 17/08/2017 - Positive strain and positive pain.

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August 17, 2017

What could be causing your pain? Is there actually something wrong with your body or is there something wrong in your life?

You Become What You Do: Part 1

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January 13, 2017

Here is the first blog of 2017. You become what you do: Part 1. With the health focus of a new year, have a think about the things you might be doing that cause pain.

Do I really have to do these exercises?

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November 23, 2016

Some advice if you want to make sure your exercises get done as suggested by your therapist.

Healthy, Happy and Not Injured: The Injury Shetland Blog

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November 2, 2016

Healthy, Happy and Not Injured: The Injury Shetland Blog

The Injury Shetland story: the first 5 years

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June 24, 2016

Injury Shetland has grown bigger and faster than we ever thought possible. To celebrate our fifth birthday at Injury Shetland, we will have various offers and we want to say a huge thank-you to everyone who has been involved along the way.

Developing young people. How much sport is too much?

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March 16, 2016

As young people get older their body changes a lot. These changes can increase the risk of injuries or pain at different ages and stages of development.

Osteopathy for Mum and Baby

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December 11, 2015

Osteopathic treatment can help the body adapt to the changes that occur during pregnancy as your baby grows.

Physiotherapist, osteopath or chiropractor?

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September 11, 2015

What is the difference between physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic?

Postural Dysfunction

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September 11, 2015

Our bodies are designed for movement. We are not designed to be in one position for a prolonged period of time. Modern lifestyles often involve lots of sitting and we are in a flexed posture for much longer periods than we have been designed for.

Joint Pain

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September 11, 2015

There are many different types of joint and each is designed to move in a particular way. Some joints move in one direction (for example a hinge joint like the knee or elbow), and other joints move in many different directions (for example a ball and socket joint like the shoulder or hip).