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Professor David Peters on Fibromyalgia

posted on 6th July 2014 by Professor David Peters

Acute muscle pain usually begins suddenly. So you can generally recall a definite time and place when it was briefly overloaded; perhaps in a road accident, a near fall, a sports activity, heavy lifting, twisting or over-reaching.

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Professor David Peters on Fibromyalgia

posted on 13th May 2013 by Professor David Peters

Acute muscle pain usually begins suddenly. So you can generally recall a definite time and place when it was briefly overloaded; perhaps in a road accident, a near fall, a sports activity, heavy lifting, twisting or over-reaching.

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Professor David Peters on Fibromyalgia

posted on 8th September 2012 by Professor David Peters

Acute muscle pain usually begins suddenly. So you can generally recall a definite time and place when it was briefly overloaded; perhaps in a road accident, a near fall, a sports activity, heavy lifting, twisting or over-reaching.

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Professor David Peters on Back, neck and joint pain

posted on 6th September 2012 by Professor David Peters

Most of us have had backache at some time: a careless overstretch or a clumsy lift and “we feel something go”. “Feeling something go” is usually what a sudden muscle contraction feels like.

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Our Three M Model

posted on 15th February 2012 by Professor David Peters

A video presentation of the three M model: mind, muscle, metabolism.

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Prof David Peters talks about integrated healthcare

posted on 15th February 2012 by Professor David Peters

A video presentation on integrated healthcare

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