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Why most lower back pain problems have no known cause!

According to NICE (National Institute for health and Care Excellence) FEB 2022: Low back pain is common [Palmer et al, 2000; National Collaborating Centre for Primary Care, 2009; Campbell and Colvin, 2013]: Up to 60% of the adult population can expect to have low back pain at some time in their life. A UK population-based cross-sectional study of [...]

We all need each other in life

Here is my Dad at the Liverpool V Real Madrid match this Saturday, and what an adventure he had. He was one of the lucky ones to get into the stadium and to his seat. Whatever you think of the Paris football match this Saturday. We all need each other. All gatherings whether large or [...]

By |2022-06-12T09:53:13+01:00June 12th, 2022|anatomy, anger, gossip, life|0 Comments

Every one of you is a winner

I have just had the pleasure of chatting with Richard Attwood (nickname Dickie).  Richard “Dickie” Attwood competed in 17 World Championship Grand Prix, racing for Lotus, Cooper and BRM; he also won the 1970 24h Le Mans.  I asked him what his biggest attribute has been in his life. He said winning the F1 formula [...]

‘If no one gives you a medal… design your own.’ Billy Connolly

What story are we holding onto…. In all my 30 years plus of teaching I have encountered many stories. This is the thing we all have a story, whether it’s physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. The danger is when we hold onto that story and let it rule our lives by the decisions that we [...]

Can our story be related to our pain?

What story are we holding onto…. “We all have our own story. And we stay attached to our story. This can stop us from growing and living. You want to make your life better? Change your story, change your life.” Tony Robbins In all my 30 years plus of teaching I have encountered many stories. [...]

By |2022-03-31T11:52:27+01:00March 31st, 2022|accepting change, anatomy, anger|0 Comments

The time may never be right

There will never be a right time….. It’s always the way isn’t, there will never be a right time, to move to a new house, change jobs, finish a relationship, start a new hobby, take up a sport, start that healthy eating programme, tackle that niggling injury, change your body, give up smoking, stop drinking, [...]

Enduring the ride

As we emerge out of regulations and restrictions, it brings new creativity and feelings for us all. I am passionate about raising the standard of movement and rehabilitation in the NW. Thank-you to all clients, colleagues and staff who have endured the ride of Covid 19 and have stuck with the studios or my social [...]

3 Keys  to Raising Your Standards

“Everything you have wanted is on the other side of your comfort zone.” Over the last two days I’ve interviewed new staff for both my Manchester and St. Helens studio. Mad you may think to be expanding in such times of uncertainty; this is the thing, everyone wants to show up when everything is going [...]

The strongest trees grow in the strongest winds

If you want to make progress in life you need to change your perception and reaction. Everything happens for me to improve my growth and contribution or everything happens to me (victim archetype). If you want your family and friends to change, you need to change yourself first. We are always progressing through pain and [...]

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