Archive for September, 2009

Steve demonstrates the power of Q magnets for a speedy recovery after elbow disslocation

September 23rd, 2009 No comments

Well Steve has come through for us again in July, 2009 with another injury and a great opportunity to demonstrate the power of Q magnets to help him recover after injury and get back on the bike sooner.

The first image below is day one after the elbow dislocation, you can just see it beginning to swell.

Elbow the day after dislocation


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You have to watch this comedian…Very funny but full of truth regarding our society and health.

September 19th, 2009 No comments

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Ebook – Natural Pain Relief – Now downloadable from the Lifestyle Therapies website

September 18th, 2009 No comments

“Natural Pain Relief” is a free 31 page excellent resource for things you can start doing today on the journey to a pain free life.

Click on the book below to see where to download!

Natural Pain Relief - Ebook

Natural Pain Relief - Ebook

It’s spring!! Lifestyle Therapies newsletter is out now.

September 12th, 2009 No comments

The Lifestyle Therapies Spring Newsletter is out.

Lifestyle Therapies Spring Newsletter

Lifestyle Therapies Spring Newsletter

In this issue Dianne Hermans speaks about why she loves physiotherapy as a profession. We discuss what it means to be wholistic, have a Pilates update and some news about statin medication and muscular pain. We introduce professional motocross rider Steven Sommerfeld who expresses his appreciation for the services he has received from Lifestyle Therapies. We also introduce our Naturopath/Nutritionist Stephen Johnson and finally discuss some of the politics and advice regarding food.

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A link to an ABC radio interview with my brother John Hermans discussing sustainable living.

September 11th, 2009 No comments

My older brother John and I are very different, even though I spent a lot of time with him in my early teenage years. I have a lot of respect for him. John spent most of his formative years (14-20) by himself cycling or in the wilderness contemplating and planning the future that he lives today and you have to admire that. He was planning a self sufficient, sustainable, low carbon footprint life in the 1970’s when 99.9% of people wouldn’t have had a clue what that was about. If you are interested in sustainable living you will enjoy these links.

 See the images of his life and listen to his story on this interview on the ABC.

Another article and video here.

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Removing the barrier of pain and helping people reach their potential.

September 3rd, 2009 No comments

Pain can be a thorn in the flesh that is a blessing in disguise, but often it’s a barrier to reaching one’s potential. Whether it clouds the mind as a distraction or simply wears one down physically, pain can and usually does hinder performance. We were blessed to be able to help Father David Cox fulfil his passion and be a blessing to those in his care. Here is a letter from Father David, Anglican Minister at St Pauls, Cleveland.

Letter from Father David Cox