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Huge well done to my sponsored dogs at last weekends racing at Charlton Park with NATB Dog Sports.This was Rigel’s and Tych’s first two day event and they did amazing! 💪🏻These young boys are growing into such strong and focused race dogs thanks to the dedication of their owner and regular maintenance and conditioning sessions. 🥈 Rigel - 1 dog bike 🥇 Sox - Scooter 🥇 Tych & Bomber - 2 dog bikeMedz (mum of pups) also made an appearance with daughter Tink in 2dog Rig (DR2) - With junior handler Matthew Lewington (they gained the fastest rig team time of the weekend) well done guys! 💪🏻 #natbdogsports #drylandmushing #sleddogsports #bikejoring #sportdog #charltonpark #caninefitphysio #sleddogsport #caninesports #fitdogs #activedog #sleddog #caninemassage #dogsports #caninesportstherapy #fitforfunction #musclemaintenance #prehab #caninephysicaltherapy #THORLaser #caninefit #workingdogs #scandinavianhound #canineconditioning #caninesportsmedicine #bikejor #dogscooter #2dogrig ... See MoreSee Less
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Charlton Park round 2 racing last weekend with NATB Dog Sports. Sponsored Class-2 Dog bike winners 🥇 Bex Barker 🥈 Ben Horton 🥉 Vickie Pullin Huge well done guys! 😄 #NATBdogsports #2dogbikejoring #sleddogsport #charltonpark #sportdog #drylandmushing #fitdogs #bikejoring #caninesports #sleddog #activedog #caninefitphysio #sleddogsports ... See MoreSee Less
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Yesterday was a husky kinda day! 🥰newly adopted Logan showed the girls how fab he thought his massage was! 😂 Lunar & Kayla already know how good it is for them but they keep themselves a bit more reserved! 😂 #husky #huskylife # #caninemassagetherapy #caninefitphysio #drylandmushing #caninesports #fitforfunction #sleddog #prehab #bikejoring #canicross #caninephysio #dogsports #activedog #sleddogsports #caninephysicaltherapy #caninemassage #caninesportstherapy #musclemaintenance #fitdogs #rescuehuskies #51northsleddogs ... See MoreSee Less
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Pain is a protective mechanism. It is a feeling that alerts us to actual or potential damage. Sensory nerves in our body detect mechanical stimuli (touch, pressure, stretch etc), thermal stimuli (temperature) and chemical stimuli (the tissue environment as a result of cellular elements). Nerves are categorised according to their structure and what they do. A-delta and C nerves provide information about noxious (damaging) stimuli. These nerves are called Nociceptors.This information, commonly called a danger signal, is sent along Nociceptors to the spinal cord and then up into the brain. The brain scrutinises the danger signal along with any previous experiences, learned behaviours, context, belief and attitudes providing a response to the information. If previous experiences, learned behaviours, beliefs and attitudes dictated that the danger signal was real, the response from the brain is the feeling of pain as a protective mechanism. If however, despite the Nociceptors detecting a potential or actual danger signal, our learned experience, beliefs and attitudes were anything from catastrophe to resilience, pain is modulated accordingly. As everyone's life experiences, beliefs and attitudes are different, pain is also different for everyone.Some individuals with minor injuries may experience horrendous pain but their pain may be as a result of previous experience or belief. Others may have extensive injuries but their beliefs and attitudes downregulate their pain experience. Pain is multifactorial and not always a result of a tissue issue.Train with MFR UK.#biotensegrity #massagetherapy #pain #massagetherapist #massage #painscience #massagematters #myofascialpain #fasciaresearch #myofascialreleasetherapist #fasciarelease #fascia #myofascialrelease #fascialfitness #myofascialreleasetherapy ... See MoreSee Less
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Sabine in position and ready for her massage! 🥰😄 #caninemassagetherapy #caninefitphysio #pemftherapy #THORLaser #caninerehab #caninephysiotherapy #bostonterrier #cruciateligament #cruciaterepair ... See MoreSee Less
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