How to Keep Active When Working from Home

Most of us may be enjoying the whole the concept of working from home but not having to commute, and lack of movement and exercise can quickly lead to a sedentary lifestyle.  Being active is important for your physical

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New Year, New Injuries?

As another new year rolls around, a lot of the injuries we see in clinic involve going too hard with our new year’s resolutions too soon. It’s already difficult enough to implement an exercise program, and build new habits

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The Results Are In: Move More for Better Health

To combat the chances of increased mortality from sitting all day at work, new evidence states you only need to exercise for 20 to 40 minutes a day to help reduce the health risks associated with a sedentary lifestyle.

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Staying on the Ball: Are Fitballs a Good Idea at Work?

The inflatable exercise ball phenomenon as a replacement for the clunky office chair gained traction due to its fashionable Pilates-like core-strengthening component. Several years on, what is the impact of 8 hours on the orb? For people in the

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Run2CureNeuroblastoma 2019

The entire team at Ergoworks are officially registered for Run2Cure Neuroblastoma! This event raises funds for research in finding a cure for neuroblastoma childhood cancer. Neuroblastoma is the most common solid tumour of childhood and occurs between the ages

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Runner’s Knee (not always caused by running!)

How can that little bone at the front of your knee cause so much grief?! As we return to our normal routines post-summer break, we start getting back into not just running, but also cycling, gym weights or pre-season sport

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The dreaded ‘rotator cuff’

I don’t know how many times I have treated a patient who has come in and told me “My rotator cuff is torn”. Most people suffering from shoulder pain and discomfort will head off to their GP’s who will

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