Telehealth: How and Why?

Over the last two years, we have had to adapt the way we practice here at The Movement Mill to meet the challenges that COVID has brought. The good news is that it has open up many opportunities to still treat people rem...
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HOME EXERCISES FOR KIDS

Having your kids at home is a mixed bag of emotions. One moment they are doing something adorable and beautiful enough to want to record worthy and the next, they are being little, (replace with your own suitable word). ...
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How important is food?

Well, not only does it taste great but it’s the body’s source of fuel and recovery! Food consists of macronutrients = carbohydrates, fat and protein which consist of calories (Approx per gram = Carbohydrates 4cals, P...
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How to exercise for Weight loss

Firstly, how does weight loss occur? The answer is that there is an energy imbalance where an individual is burning more energy (calories out) than going in (calories in). Now, how does exercise come into this equation? ...
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Lower back pain

Around 80% of adults will experience some sort of lower back pain (LBP) within their lifetime. Risks: Age Most LBP occurs between 30-50 years of age Older adults will tend to have loss of bone strength and can lead to de...
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What is pilates?

Pilates is a series of exercises that focuses on form, technique, balance and control. It is practiced all over the world and is commonly used as a way to improve fitness and help people rehabilitate after an injury. Who...
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Why Does my Hip Click?

If you feel a clicking or a snapping sensation in your hip when you move your leg around, you may have what’s called Snapping Hip Syndrome. This snap is a hip muscle or tendon rubbing on the hip socket bone and affects...
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Why old people should lift weights

The average 65 year old female can be expected to reach her 85th birthday. The average 65 year old male can be expected to reach his 87th birthday. But at what quality they celebrate this can be widely different. Either ...
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Ankle sprains

Part 1 For any football (soccer) fans out there following the Euros or if you’ve increased your running and outdoor exercise due to the recent lockdown, one of the most common injuries that we’re seeing in the clinic...
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