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Kneippe Therapy

Sebastian Kneipp revolutionized naturopathic medicine in the 19 century. After having cured himself of a severe case of tuberculosis (a disease held to be incurable in his day) by taking short immersions in the freezing cold Danube, he began intensive study of the health-promoting power of water and the healing properties of certain plants.  More about Kneippe Therapy....


Using Fats for Fuel

When you are eating carbohydrates and sugars, you feel less alert and active as the energy is not available for you to use. More about Fats for Fuel...

Arthritis & Pain

Inside a joint, a tissue called cartilage cushions the joint and prevents the bones from rubbing against each other. Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage of a joint erodes (breaks down). Bones begin to rub against each other, causing pain and difficulty moving the joint. Osteoarthritis also can affect nearby bones, which can become enlarged in places. These enlargements are called bone spurs or osteophytes. More about Arthritis

Types of Food Allergy

Food Allergy is a rapid, potentially severe response causing symptoms such as rash, wheezing, nausea and vomiting. It is usually easy to identify the culprit (e.g. nuts, fish, dairy, eggs).  More about Food allergies & intolerance...

Whiplash Injuries

Most people think of car accidents when they think of whiplash, but it is actually a very common injury in sports, particularly rugby, skiing, snow-boarding and ice skating. More about Whiplash Injuries...


All about Breathing

Breathing is inhaling and exhaling air.  Oxygen from air is exchanged with waste carbon dioxide in the alveoli of the lungs (respiration). Poor respiration results in poor oxygenation to the cells and tissue congestion due to poor lymphatic pump action by the diaphragm.  More about Breathing...

Overview of Golf Injuries

In recreational golfers, injuries usually occur because of:

Sporadic play with associated lack of fitness and poor motor control

Poor swing control due to lack of coaching, stiffness, muscle weakness and poor balance.

Poor fitness leading to body fatigue... More about Golf Injuries


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