Clinic Blog

Know your numbers

Know your Numbers!® Week 10th-16th September 2018 High blood pressure usually has no symptoms, which is why is it often referred to as the silent killer. The only way to know you have it is to have a check. Therefore in 2018 we want to encourage ALL family members to...

Running

Running is an accessible sport open to most people and is a low-cost way of keeping fit. In the wake of the Great North run, the world’s largest half marathon and with marathon season approaching it may be time to dust off those running shoes. Maybe the Great North...

Balance awareness week

As a Physiotherapist and Pilates Teacher I often test people's balance. They are often surprised when they try and do something they assume they can do with ease, but in fact turns out to be a little harder than they thought it would be. Why don’t you have a go at...

What to know more about migraines?

Almost everyone will have a headache at some point in their lives and many have them regularly. Migraine on its own affects around 10% of the population in the UK. Despite this, migraine often goes undiagnosed and is seen as ‘just a bad headache’. What is migraine?...

Organic September

Organic September by Pheobe Wharton, Nutritionist at The Harrison Clinic This month we’re celebrating Organic September, which aims to raise awareness of organic foods, brands, products and farms who bring theses amazing sources of organic food to the UK. It’s...

What is Physiotherapy

The stresses and strains of daily life can cause pain, stiffness and immobility. This may be the result of repetitive strains of daily work, postural weaknesses, prolonged computer use, driving, sports injuries, trauma, pregnancy, or even following an operation. This...

Whats in a name?

  What exactly is ‘Soft Tissue Therapy’? The title Sports Masseur suggests to many people a rather painful experience (sometimes) which can only benefit people who undertake specific rigorous activity. While this may be true (as in the Cyclist Massage), it is only a...

Cliveden House host The Harrison Methodology

I am thrilled to have been invited by Cliveden House to speak about my Wellness Methodology over a beautiful lunch on Thursday 17th May. Cliveden is a stunning 5* National Trust Country House and I am delighted to be presenting my work at such a beautiful venue. This...

Acupuncture and Cancer

Acupuncture is used to treat pain and some other symptoms of cancer as well as the side effects of cancer treatment. Western medical acupuncture is a modern interpretation of acupuncture based on scientific research. Treatments are given following a medical diagnosis....