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The Postural Dialogues Chapter 3 Repetitive Strain Injuries

The Postural Dialogues
Chapter 3:  Repetitive Strain Injuries
 
 
By
Chris Wood, R.M.T., B.A., B.Ed., D.S.W.
 
I was at a family barbeque a couple of weekends ago when I heard a very familiar question, “Uncle Chris, my shoulder hurts.  Can you fix it?”
 
This question was quickly followed by my 23 year old nephew asking, “Do you think that this could this be the start of a Repetitive Strain Injury?”
 
I must admit that I was pleasantly surprised that at his age he was concerned about his long term physical health and though he didn’t realize it, improving his posture.

The Postural Dialogues Chapter Two The Law of Attraction

THE POSTURAL DIALOGUES
Part Two: The Law of Attraction
 
By
Chris Wood, R.M.T., B.A., B.Ed., D.S.W.
 
 
“What is the one consistent factor that helps us to determine whether someone is attractive to us or not?” asked Emma.
 
As I sipped on my tea and considered her question I looked around the table at my friends to judge their reactions to another one of Emma’s famous “What do you think” questions.
 
“Height and weight” said Anne.
 
“No Anne, its brains and humour.   This is definitely a personality thing.

THE POSTURAL DIALOGUES Part One: The Dilemma

THE POSTURAL DIALOGUES
 
Part One:
The Dilemma
 
The other day a client, Roderick, came to me in frustration.  For years he had been working very hard to keep in shape.  Roderick went for long walks with his dogs every day.  He also trained at the local gym three to four times a week doing cardio exercises, weight training, and stretches.  On top of this Roderick maintained a healthy diet.  Yet for all this work he kept having injuries, feeling general soreness, and was tired a great deal of the time.
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