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2 days ago

Who wants to see the highlanders v blues in Dunedin on Friday ? ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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Does the sound of someone eating with their mouth open drive you up the wall???

9 News Perth
If the sound of chewing drives you up the wall, you could be suffering from 'misophonia'...
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4 days ago

Amy our massage therapist @ 5 mile & Cromwell will be seeing patients after working at the New Zealand Golf Open next week !
Nori our brilliant Acupunturist is working now in queenstown/ 5 mile and Cromwell
You can book at 4428190 or 4453222
Or BOOK ON LINE www.queenstownhealth.com
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4 days ago

Amy our massage therapist @ 5 mile & Cromwell will be seeing patients after working at the New Zealand Golf Open next week ! 
Nori our brilliant Acupunturist is working now in queenstown/ 5 mile and Cromwell 
You can book at 4428190 or 4453222
Or BOOK ON LINE  www.queenstownhealth.com

LearningRadiology.com Case of the Week 793 is a 12 yo with pain in the left hip. What's the diagnosis? See the correct answer at: bit.ly/1RGAlrR ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

What is the pop?View full lesson: ed.ted.com/lessons/why-do-your-knuckles-pop-eleanor-nelsen Some people love the feeling of cracking their knuckles, while others cri... ... See MoreSee Less

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Relationship between hamstring length and gluteus maximus (GM) strength with and without normalization - Jan 2018

Conclusion: ‘The normalization of GM strength by body weight and height has the potential to lead to more appropriate conclusions and interpretations about its correlation with hamstring length. Hamstring length may be related to GM strength.’

Full text ref: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5788788/

Picture ref: competitivesportsclinic.com.au/training/what-is-the-posterior-chain/
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1 week ago

Recovering from brain injuriesFeb 21, 7:00pmILT Stadium SouthlandFREE BRAIN INJURY PRESENTATION: You can recover! - Is brain injury something that you just have to learn to live with by taking brain breaks and adequate rest?
New approaches to post concussion syndrome are seeing this condition improve for many, and in some cases resolve. Come and hear Dr Elizabeth Harris talk about new approaches to brain injury developed around the world, new technological advances in brain injury care and options now available in New Zealand.
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Dr Elizabeth Harris has worked in general practice for 20 years and has further qualifications in complimentary health and functional medicine. She has a passion for emergency medicine and rural medicine having worked in small towns both in New Zealand and the Australian Outback. For the past 10 years she has also been working in the new area of brainwave biofeedback using the latest technology in medical EEG recording which allows for "brain mapping" and training of brain waves to address brain related conditions such as ADHD, depression, anxiety and traumatic brain injury. In 2017 Dr Harris became the first New Zealand Board Certified Neurotherapist, and has recently opened up the first private clinic to offer LORETA neurotherapy in the country. With an interest in TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), Fibromyalgia, PTSD and chronic unexplained illness, Dr Harris combines an individualised biochemical and genetic approach with brain health measures and interventions in an aim to address previously unresolved medical symptoms and conditions.
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Recovering from brain injuries

2 weeks ago

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Wish she was in Perth!


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