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  • Let the sun shine in

    They call it the sunshine vitamin – but why is there such a fuss about vitamin D in recent years – and should you be taking a supplement?


    “People who a...

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  • Break the barriers

    Open your eyes to people living with disability

    There’s a woman in the supermarket with a crutch. She’s trying to reach for a punnet of mushrooms, but the...

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  • Sleep easy…

    Are you feeling sleepy right now?
    Sleepiness is increasingly common, and it’s no joking matter.
    Think about this: sleepiness was partially respon...

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  • Pain in the joints? MOVE!

    60 is the new 40, they say – unless you’re one of the many people who run into joint problems as you pass that milestone.
    There are more than 100 ...

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  • Move, sleep, eat: tips for aging well

    Who wants to live forever? If it means yachting round the world, like those super-healthy specimens in adverts aimed at older people, sure; but t...

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  • World Cerebral Palsy Day - 5 October 2016

    Posters:

    What is Cerebral Palsy

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  • 1 October - 2017 SASP Membership OPENS

    2017 SASP membership Renewal and New Registration will open on the 1 October 2017.

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  • National Physiotherapy BackWeek & World Physiotherapy Day

    National Physiotherapy BackWeek is on between the 5th - 11th September.
    World Physiotherapy Day is on the 8th September.

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  • Is that bag too heavy? Protect your child from back pain!

    No child should suffer from back pain, should they? And yet a startling number do, notes the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP). As we hea...

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  • Attention Non Members - SASP 2017 membership registration opens 1 October 2016

    Dear Physiotherapy Colleague,

    Registration for 2017 SA Society of Physiotherapy membership will open on the 1 October 2016.

    The SA Society of Physiotherapy has thus far had a very successful year due in large part to our new membershi...

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