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Practitioner: Miriam

Summer after Lockdown – how you can use it to recover from chronic pain

With so many of us working and operating from home over the past year, you would think that chronic pain would subside – but many people will have continued to experience pain and looking to recover as they’re allowed to go out again. Here, Miriam Daurat, Chartered Physiotherapist at Our Health Hub, discusses summer after …

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Top tips to avoid aggravating an old sports injury

The phrase “aggravating an old injury”  is commonly heard but is not entirely accurate. Depending on the injury, its severity and the journey to recovery, there are several factors that influence how our bodies respond to future injury. Instead of “aggravating an old injury”, it would be more accurate to say that a poorly managed …

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5 top tips for exercising safely with a chronic health condition

Miriam Daurat, Chartered Physiotherapist and Pain Management Specialist with Our Health Hub says ‘Chronic health conditions’ cover an incredibly broad range of health issues. These range from persistent pain from varying causes, autoimmune issues like diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis, breathing difficulties from conditions like asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and many other conditions. …

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The Benefits of Exercise for Persistent Pain Management

If you have experienced persistent pain at any point in your life then without a doubt you will have explored different options that could help alleviate the pain. Doctors may have suggested pain medication or using therapies to help cope with low mood/anxiety surrounding your pain. Depending on the known or unknown nature of persistent …

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5 Risk Factors that are making you more likely to develop Persistent Pain

Persistent pain affects over two fifths of the UK.  This pain can manifest itself in anyone at any point in our lives, depending on environmental and genetic factors. It’s important to be aware of the risk-factors that make you more likely to develop this pain so you can attempt to avoid or manage it. Here, …

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