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Post Options Post Options   Quote transient Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 Oct 15 at 11:20am
.........launching trolleys, aaaargh.


I've done my share of hard manual labour over the years but it was pulling boats around on shingle beaches that b*ggered my back up.

If boat bit manufacturers want to improve their products then they need to give trolley design a little more attention. 

Walking seems to help. I shall follow your link and read with interest.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Oli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Oct 15 at 4:36pm
Ive been having Bowen for a few years now for my knee, its basically allowed me to walk.  just dont stop,  prevention is better than cure and when ive gone too long without a treatment im in agony until its sorted.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote iGRF Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Oct 15 at 8:02pm
Not sure where to stick this, but as i mentioned elsewhere for the first time in my life I've been having back problems, it's probably a culmination of age, a big house move, a big office move, more enthusiastic hiking in closer racing and humping the bloody things up shingle as usual, although it doesn't pain me to much sailing, it has of late seized in awkward positions so i've taken myself off to the source of relief that proved so effective with the frozen shoulder last winter.

I was tipped off about Bowen therapy by an windsurfer of my forum acquaintence and although sceptical at first the thought of being rammed with steroids, the conventional medical solution to frozen shoulders filled me with horror, I never ever take any form of drug unless it's very late I'm p1ssed and someone passes it to me.
So this therapy is very low impact, so low impact you wonder how the hell it can do anything, but I went yesterday and woke up this morning all pain gone, so if you're looking for a painless alternative, I can say it's worth a go, it works by correcting posture amongst other things.

Worth a read there could be one near you

Don't say I never tell you anything useful.

Edited by iGRF - 27 Oct 15 at 8:25pm
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