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  • Cerebral Palsy & ABR

    Cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in childhood – as many as eight children per hundred are affected in South Africa. For parents, the diagnosis is a difficult pill to swallow and means many years of sacrifice as they seek and manage treatment for their children.
    So it’s l...

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  • Transformation in sport: more than numbers

    Transformation in sport is a perennial hot topic which has gained impetus from the recent announcement by our Minister of Sport blocking cricket, r...

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  • The physiotherapy way to health for everyone… …whatever their shape or age

    Just do 10 or 20 a day!

    Everyone benefits from moving more, whatever their physical condition, whatever their age.

    “The body is mea...

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  • Move for your health!

    Move for your health!

    On this Movement for Health Day, South Africa’s physiotherapists suggest enhancing your health by including a litt...

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  • SASP Movement for Good Health Photo Challenge

    Win a prize by submitting a photo that best demonstrates "movement for good health" including the daily themed item listed. The daily winner will be announced on t...

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  • Motherhood: It shouldn’t hurt

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    This is the day to celebrate the amazing joy your children bring you. It’s also a day to reflect on the way they pumm...

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  • 28 April - World Day for Safety and Health at Work

    Stop stressing!

    It’s World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28 April and this year’s theme is “Workplace Stress”.

    Here’s some useful advi...

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  • Avoid back pain and injury on the job

    Your physiotherapist’s guidelines will help you stay pain-free at work

    • Wear shoes with a non-slip sole - back injuries are often caused by the sudd...

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  • Congratulations Dr Thubi Kolobe

    SA Physio congratulates Dr Thubi Kolobe on her ground-breaking invention! Read more at: Continue reading

  • Cancer: prevent, survive, thrive!

    You want one piece of advice about cancer, whether you have it or you want to prevent it?

    EXERCISE!

    Yup, that’s it.

    Get moving.

    T...

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