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February 2015 Blog – Exercises for Wrists and Hands

Hello again one and all. It’s a frosty February but I wish you all a very warm welcome to this month’s blog where your wrists and hands will be under close inspection. Easily ignored and easy to think that because we use them all the time, there is little to ...

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January 2015 Blog – Strengthening Weak Ankles

Welcome to January 2015’s blog and a very warm Happy New Year to you all! It’s a frosty morning as I write this and the sun is starting to make all that it touches sparkle. The icy, rough and churned up ground is the perfect back drop for this month’s ...

1 | ankle pain, blog, exercise, exercise classes, pain, weakness
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October 2014 Blog – Focusing on Shoulders

Hello again! Goodness each month comes around so soon don’t you think? So here we are with your shoulders under scrutiny. An insidious but annoyingly grumbly part of the body they can be too. But as with other areas of your body, knowing how you use them and to understand ...

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September 2014 Blog – A Pain in the Neck!

Rachel Kili Physiotherapy Blog! Simply September Hello and welcome! This month I am focusing on your neck; how best to look after it, why it may be hurting and ideas to try to put things right. Yes it’s been raining, a little, and when it does because it does occasionally, we are ...

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July 2014 Blog – New Beginnings: Take a Tour of the Clinic

It is now the first anniversary since the Middle Farm physiotherapy clinic received its makeover and it seemed a fitting opportunity to celebrate with my new blog! So welcome and thank you for reading. The aim of the blog is to keep you updated with Rachel Kili Physiotherapy while providing ...

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One to One

Looking at how your whole body interacts with itself

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Simply Move!

Keeping exercise simple and making looking after yourself easy and fun

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Simply Fit!

Improving your cardiovascular fitness and strength

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