Does Your Child Snore?


Is snoring a problem? A child’s snoring may seem cute or even funny, but if your child is a regular snorer (every / most nights) it may be a sign that they are not breathing as efficiently as they should and it could be affecting the quality of sleep that they are getting. What is…

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Nasal vs Mouth Breathing


The aim of this blog today is to give you some well documented health benefits of breathing through your nose, as opposed to breathing through your mouth. As Patrick McKeown, author of The Oxygen Advantage best puts it, “Noses are for breathing, Mouths are for eating” Mouth breathing is synonymous with what we like to…

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Nike’s ‘Breaking 2’ – Is a sub-2 hour marathon possible?


Even in a highly controlled environment with the latest advances in footwear and sports science, the 2 hour marathon remains right at the edge of human possibility. Last weekend, Nike’s ingenious marketing project ‘Breaking 2’ took over the running world. Since being announced in 2014, Nike have been working closely with 3 of the best…

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Pain, Stress & Asthma : Could Improving How You Breathe Improve Your Health?


We thought we should share some specific information that will allow you to make the best decision for your health. How you breathe is pivotal to your health both physically and mentally. We see people every day who are suffering symptoms ranging from pain to stress to asthma, all which can be aided by improving…

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Breathing and Energy Management


Time is a valuable commodity, which is why it is not unusual to hear people talking about ‘time management’. In today’s society where most of us are balancing busy jobs with a busy family and busy social lives, it seems if we could just manage every second of every day more effectively we could make…

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Breathing Exercises for Asthma


As anyone who has been to our clinics will know, we are strong believers that everyone can benefit from gaining better control over their breathing. If you suffer from asthma this is even more important. Here are 5 ways breathing exercises can help you if you suffer from asthma: 1) Encourages nasal breathing Recent research…

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How Do I Prepare For An ACL Reconstruction?

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A question that came in over the weekend was, ‘How do I prepare for my ACL reconstruction?’. In answer to this we have 3 main points when dealing with ACL surgery. These are Prehabilitation, expectations and goal settings/planning. We believe that by following these three points you will the best possible start to your rehab…

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What do my MRI findings mean for my back pain?


Low Back Pain Treatment In Huddersfield Low back pain is one of the biggest reasons that people come to our clinics for help. It is an ailment that can, understandably, cause a lot of fear and worry. If affected, it can have a huge impact on your lifestyle as it stops you from doing the…

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What Makes Sports Massage At ProSport Physiotherapy Different


Whether you are feeling stressed, anxious, tight or tense then you will benefit from sports massage at ProSport Physiotherapy.   We are head hunted to deliver sports massage to elite athletes and also thrive on our reputation of our high quality massages delivered to the local people of West Yorkshire.   So, what makes us…

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Client Stories #2

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  Mary’s Story   Knee pain is one of the most common types of pain around. Whether you experience a dull ache as soon as you step out of bed in the morning, a sharp shooting pain whilst running or pain whilst kneeling.   Mary, 52, came into our clinic complaining of knee pain she…

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