Clinic Blog

England V New Zealand (All Blacks)

If you are settling down to watch England V New Zealand in the Rugby at 3pm here is a startling statistic... as many as 1 in 4 rugby players will be injured during the season. On average each player performs 20- 40 tackles per match*. If you are a keen rugby player...

International Stress Awareness Week

Judy Claughton from BalanceTime {www.balancetime.co.uk} shares some tips and thoughts on international stress awareness day to help you understand and get out of the stress in your head. Do you ever have the feeling that stress is consuming all your thoughts and...

World Vegan Day

World Vegan Day November 1st I fully recommend a whole food plant-based diet. My work as a wellness facilitator includes dietary recommendations and this is to get more plant based whole foods into our diet. My top reason for doing this is to bring our focus on to how...

Cyclists’ Massage

Did you know we offer a Cyclists’ Massage? It would make the perfect gift for a keen cyclist. The Cyclists’ Massage has been designed to address the main causes of pain and muscle tightness felt by cyclists, with specific attention to legs, shoulders, neck, lower back...

What to expect on your first visit to us

When arriving at the Harrison Clinic, you will be met in reception, where we will register you with our clinic. Children and babies are very welcome at our clinic and we are very used to having them around. You will be offered drinks and invited to make yourself...

World Osteoporosis Day

Osteoporosis is something which can affect us all. It is more common in women than men but that doesn’t mean it affects women exclusively. Osteoporosis is a condition where bone density decreases, and this can cause bone to weaken and to fracture more easily. It...

World Arthiritis Day

World Arthritis day is marked on October 12th the aim of this day is to raise awareness of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. “Arthritis” is an umbrella term for approximately 100 different forms of arthritis and related diseases. The website from the Arthritis...

Back Care Awareness Week

Back pain is very common and normally improves within a few weeks or months. It can be felt anywhere along the spine – from the neck down to the pelvis. In most cases the pain isn't caused by anything serious and will usually get better over time. There are things you...