Is It Safe To Exercise With A Bad Back?

  Lets talk about exercise and back pain… Last week I had a question asked by one of our patients, Kevin, 47, from Landsdowne… … it’s one that we get asked about often (especially since the January gym rush!): “Is it ok to exercise when my back is hurting? I’ve just got into a good…

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5 Different Ideas For A Healthier Valentines Day

With Valentines Day just around the corner, now would be the perfect time to start planning what you want to buy for your loved one – so by the time Valentines Day comes round, you’re not in trouble! 😉 But the question always is – what do you get? Another cheesy heart-shaped box of chocolates?…

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Dread The Scales? There’s A Better Way To Measure Your Health

In January, we’re overloaded with so many weight loss messages, that even the most confident of us can feel under pressure to lose weight… …And those of us who may not even need to shift a few pounds, question if they should be trying to or not. So a lot of us end up logging…

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5 Ways To Eat Healthier At Any Restaurant And Stick To Your Healthy Habits

 Christmas and New Year’s Eve now seem far behind us. The Turkey’s been eaten,  the last few Celebrations have been demolished and we’re we well into tackling the next festive ritual – a New Year health kick. And if like many people you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to shift a few pounds, or simply…

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For Runners: How To Get Out For A Run, Even When It’s Cold And Dark Outside

Time for some winter running tips… Right now, I’m being asked lots of questions from my social media pages and patients about what my top tips for running in the winter are. Let’s face it; one of the hardest parts of winter running is simply stepping foot out of a warm house and getting out…

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If You Broke Your Resolutions, Don’t Stress – What To Do Instead

It’s that time of year again.  Everyone is talking about New Year resolutions. The internet is covered with posts on New Year goals, and friends and family are asking everyone about what they want to stick to for 2017. Each year you promise yourself that you will do this, and you won’t do that. Then most…

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5 Reasons Why Running When It’s Cold Is Good For You

I’m going to guess that you’re reading this article because you enjoy running (or know someone who does)… Or you’ve read the title and thought it sounds crazy – what could possibly be good about running in the cold, right? I’m not going to pretend that I “enjoy” stepping outside on a fresh cold morning in…

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5 Ways To Have a Happy and Healthy Winter

It’s almost Winter, and you might be like me and really hate it! When it gets wicked cold out! It can be ‘too cold’, ‘too dark’, you can feel a bit low and blue, stressed out and worn down. For some people, when the colder weather arrives it, there can come with it a few…

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Episode 10: Achilles Tendonitis in Runners

Hey, it’s Andrew Dombek from the “Any Day Happenings of a Physical Therapist.” And I don’t know what episode this is. I think it’s like number 10 or 11 but as you can see, we’re here. We’re here live at the Battle of the burn two and we’re here supporting Broad Run and even as…

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Episode 9: 5 Questions with Jen Travis, Office Manager for AIDPPT

Andrew: Hey there, it’s Andrew Dombek, this is “The Anyday Happenings of a Physical Therapist” blog. I believe this is Episode 9 and we’re starting a new segment. It’s called “Five Questions.” And today, we’re doing five questions with the new Office Manager for AID Performance Physical Therapy. This is Jen Travis. Jen: Hey, everybody.…

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