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How much do you know about your body? One of the reasons I love my job so much is that I’m fascinated by how the human body works, and no matter how much you know already, there is always plenty … Continue reading
Osteopath Stephen Sacks (who trained with me at BCOM) discusses the benefits of kinesiotape with the Daily Mail. Tim Allardyce, who is a physiotherapist and osteopath, shares some tips on managing back pain in this useful video. Sorry to link … Continue reading
Wednesday 2nd November 2011 marks the 13th National Stress Awareness Day, organised by ISMAUK . While stress is a normal part of everyday life, and can in fact be beneficial, too much uncontrolled stress can negatively impact your health … Continue reading
Via: Term Life Insurance Think about this infographic next time you reach for a bottle of coke! Yet another great Fooducate article explaining exactly what fats, proteins and carbs do for us. The Stow Festival kicks off on 29th September, … Continue reading
News Round Up – 17th August 2011 – Exercise, Iron, Osteopathy for Elephants, and does back pain run in families?
Kelston Chorely of the British Osteopathic Association recommends cycling to work as a great way to exercise. A big shock comes in the form of an interesting Daily Mail article – The World’s First Osteopath for Elephants. The New York … Continue reading
Simon le Bon is being helped by his osteopath brother, Jonathan le Bon, to recover from a throat infection. Lifehacker bring us an article about what sugar does to your brain and body. I have never heard of IDD (intervertebral … Continue reading
I often advise my patients that they should take up some form of exercise for the myriad of benefits it offers; improved cardiovascular fitness, mood improving endorphin rushes, toned muscles, improved fluid dynamics, weight loss due to extra calorie burning … Continue reading
I love this illustration by Ray Fenwick. Via I Heart Guts The Guardian brings us news that the NHS is piloting a gardening and vegetable growing scheme to help treat depression: Interesting post from a dentistry blog about dentists and osteopaths working … Continue reading
Osteopathy is about more than just bones – its about empowering people to live happier, healthier lives. One therapist cannot possibly have all the answers so I am going to start sharing posts from around the web that I have … Continue reading
It is no secret that sitting down all day doesn’t do your body much good. This infographic seems to be based on mostly American statistics but is still very relevant to most British people. Why not print it out for … Continue reading
Everyone talks about spending January doing a ‘detox’ and many people give it a go, some more enthusiastically than others. Although you need long term lifestyle improvements to really look after your health, a month of cycling to work everyday … Continue reading
We are always being told that we should be drinking more water and giving up on the evils of caffeinated drinks. The trouble is, I find water a bit boring. I am not someone with loads of self-discipline so I … Continue reading
A study of 40,000 people has indicated that exercising in your leisure time helps reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. Volunteers were questioned by researchers from King’s College London. They were asked about physical activity carried out during work and … Continue reading