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A Lifetime Experience

Finally back after what has been the trip of a life time. I have been fortunate through my working career and travels to attend numerous significant sporting events. I’ve sat in the long room at Lord’s for an Ashes test match, I’ve been to Wimbledon finals at centre court, the Kop at Anfield, Queens Enclosure […]

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Day 1 of the US Masters

Thursday 9th April 2015 2015 US Masters Day 1 Completely different feel entering the course today. A lot more expectation and tension. Now the shots count it’s game time. It was hard to know what to say to Antonio leaving the house today. He’s amazingly composed as is his caddie Gareth Jones, but you know […]

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Augusta Day 3

Wednesday 9th April Par 3 Day Another great day at Augusta (is there a bad one?). I drove in with Antonio this morning so got to drive down Magnolia Lane rather than having to park in the Caddie Park as we have on previous days. Enjoyed watching Antonio play the back nine again today this […]

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Augusta Day 2

Tuesday 8th April 2015 Practice Day 2 Wasn’t hard to get out of bed this morning for an early trip back to Augusta National. Antonio has been feeling a little rough and lethargic, he is also complaining of a sore throat. I did a bit of work with him and hope for his sake he […]

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Augusta Day 1

Monday 7th April 2015 Practise Day 1 After a teasing day outside the course yesterday it was a dream come true to enter the gates of Augusta National Golf Course today. Someone explained to me that it is the happiest place in the world and they weren’t wrong. For most of the crowd this is […]

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Polio Australia’s Health and Wellness Retreat

Our Neurophysiotherapist Ann Buchan was speaking at the Polio Australia’s Health and Wellness Retreat in 2013. In this article she shares her thoughts on the Retreat. Follow this LINK for more information on the Retreat. Thoughts on the Retreat by Ann Buchan (Polio Australia’s Health & Wellness Retreat – 18th to 21st April, 2013) “When […]

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Parkinson’s Disease and Eyes

Just found an article from last year about Parkinson’s in the Tulip Times. Our Neurophysiotherapist Ann Buchan was interviewed about the issue ‘Parkinson’s and eyes’. Tulip Times, No 144, January – March 2013 Parkinson’s and Eyes People with Parkinson’s may experience a range of problems with their eyes and eyesight. Some problems are related to […]

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Keep Moving to Promote Healthy Joints!

It is a dangerous myth that exercise wears out our joints. Exercise is essential not only to maintain healthy joints, but is also an effective part of managing joints that are already worn and painful. The cartilage that lines our joints requires the stimulation of exercise and the extra blood flow that it brings to […]

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GravityFit

Through Golf Australia, I have been lucky enough to spend a lot of time over the past couple of years with Professor Carolyn Richardson and her new exercise paradigm, GravityFit. In her words: “GravityFit Training focuses on strengthening a particular group of muscles that lie deep in the body, the Gravity muscles, to build Axial […]

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