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Stroke survivors: What’s next?
So you’ve had a stroke or a transient ischaemic attack (TIA – a mini-stroke), and walked away without any ...Continue reading
Fit and flexible
It’s World Bone and Joint Week from 12-20 October. Some advice from the South African Society of P...Continue reading
Professor Witness Mudzi takes the reins at the South African Society of Physiotherapy
September 2017 has seen a change of guard at the South African Society of Physiotherapy, the society which l...Continue reading
SA Society of Physiotherapy calls for better protection for walkers and runners
Did you...Continue reading
Let’s claim back our public spaces!
SA Society of Physiotherapy calls for community engagement to protect people exercising in the outdoors
On Friday nights, a bunch of young men rock...Continue reading
Free to be active: Take back our streets!
A woman out walking the dogs i...Continue reading
Head for relief
How many types of headaches are there?
That’s a ‘how long is a piece of string’ kind of question. Ask five experts and they’ll give you five differ...Continue reading
What does cervical cancer feel like?
This scourge of ...Continue reading
Prevent brain drain!
Keep brains healthy with exercise
You invest a lot in your employees; your people are your biggest asset, isn’t that right?
So what’s...Continue reading
Beyond the six-pack: health tips for men
Why men’s health physiotherapy matters
If you read the covers of health magazines aimed at men, you’d be forgiven for thinking that male health is all about a...Continue reading