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    • 13 FEB 17
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    Thanks Katie and welcome Zoe!

    Thanks Katie and welcome Zoe!

    It was a busy end to 2016 for Katie Conway completing her studies at Wairarapa College and launching into fulltime employment at Back In Action Masterton.  Katie took it all in her stride though stepping up to the plate until a full-time position was filled.  Katie heads to Wellington to commence a Bachelor of Health

    • 01 JAN 17
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    The case for sport: Low impact for life.

    The case for sport: Low impact for life.

    By: Ryan Monastra (Senior Physiotherapist/ Director) A recent British study of more than 80,000 adults concluded that participation in specific sports may keep us alive longer and have a positive impact on public health. The study showed that participation in swimming, cycling, racquet sports and aerobics lowered death rates from all causes, while lowering cardiovascular mortality was observed

    • 20 DEC 16
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    Always follow the Golden Rules

    Always follow the Golden Rules

    It’s on the back of our business cards and it’s the guide we give to all our patients to ensure they are not doing any further damage when rehabilitating from an injury.  Always remember the three golden rules for exercise or activity: 1: Pain must not exceed 5/10 during activity. 2. Pain must return to

    • 20 DEC 16
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    Exercise of the Month – Lunge

    Exercise of the Month – Lunge

    By: Simon Pumfrey An important part of rehabilitation is the need to train the body in all planes of movement (see “road to recovery” post). We are often very good at moving forward and backward but not so good side to side or rotating. The lunge exercise is an excellent exercise for teaching the brain

 

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