Your Health Matters

Your Health Matters – Why do I feel dizzy after a deep massage?

  Bill: Is it normal to be dizzy after deep tissue? No, it’s not normal to be dizzy after deep tissue. However, if you have been lying face down on a treatment bed for thirty minutes or an hour, it’s not an uncommon for people to have postural hypotension or low-blood pressure as they move […]

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Your Health Matters – What is Clinical Myotherapy?

  Bill: Myotherapists are clinicians, aren’t they? Steve: There are a lot of clinicians out there. Myotherapists are clinicians. But if you go back to the Greek or Latin “myo” meaning muscle. Therapy, meaning therapy. It’s someone who works with muscles in a therapeutic sense. So there’s someone who essentially has some clinical diagnostic skills. […]

What is the difference between Dry Needling and Wet Needling?

Your Health Matters – What is the difference between Dry Needling and Wet Needling?

  Bill: Dry needling and wet needling. Dry needling is essentially using a dry needle which is generally an acupuncture needle or a very fine filament. Wet needling is when we inject something through the needle like a cortisone injection, or you know, an injection that a doctor might give. So, dry needling is used […]

Your Health Matters – How strong is my back?

  Bill: How strong is my back?  Do you reckon back strength is important? Steve: I think it’s really important. Bill: Have you ever measured your lower back strength? Steve: I actually have measured my lower back strength. Bill: How did you do that, Steve? Steve: Well, I used the MedX. Bill: MedX machine? Steve: […]

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Your Health Matters – What is more important Pain or Function?

  Bill: What is more important? Pain or function?   Steve: Function. Bill: Why? Steve: Is that a trick question? Bill: Yeah. But you answered it. You got it. You nailed it. Steve: I have? That’s awesome. Bill: But now I’m going to ask you to show your workings like in that VCA Maths exam […]

Was Joseph Pilates a Physiotherapist - Your Health Matters

Your Health Matters – Was Joseph Pilates a Physiotherapist?

  Steve: No, Joseph Pilates was not a physiotherapist or physical therapist. Bill: Why is he so special? Steve: Because he decided to do something about his own sickness. His own own muscles. He, as a child, he had a parent who was a gymnast. His dad was a strong gymnast. He used some of […]

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