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COVID-19 Coronavirus Latest Update 16/3/2020

In light of the government's most recent announcements (16/3/2020) The Harrison Clinic would like to confirm that it is our aim as a healthcare clinic to remain open whilst taking all necessary steps to mitigate risks as the advice from government develops. The...

Patient Care Concerning COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Dear patient, With COVID-19 developing in so many countries around the world, my commitment is to adhere to the strictest of W.H.O advice, and the protocols advised by local and international authorities. The well-being of our patients and my staff is my absolute...

Salt Awareness Week

This year salt awareness week is the 9-15th March. Many people know that a diet high in salt is bad for your health, as it can cause an increase in blood pressure which in turn increases risk of heart disease and stroke. However many people have admitted to not...

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

1.25 million people in the UK are living with an eating disorder right now. Yet behind every one is a network of friends and family supporting them. This adds up to 5 million people struggling to cope with eating disorders. Eating disorders are complex mental...

Prostate Cancer Awareness

Men'🚹 March is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the U.K. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer amongst men. If you do notice changes in the way you urinate, this is more likely to be a sign of a very common non-cancerous problem called an enlarged prostate, or...

Core Strength

Core Strength is the key to efficient pain-free function. The technique to improve the normal function of your core muscles is to do some core stability and pelvic floor exercises. Although it is important to train the pelvic floor muscles and core muscles...

Fallen off the ban wagon

In my option this saying needs to be banned! January was full of media campaigns promoting unhealthy weight loss, extreme dieting, health drinks, unrealistic exercise goals.. You name it January had it! Now we have entered February all I’m seeing is “fallen off the...

Scarwork

Most of us have scars on our bodies. Many of these don’t cause us any discomfort or restrictions and are just part of us, telling the story of our lives. However, some scars cause residual pain or restrictions in movement. Some may have lumps and bumps or dips in the...

Preventing ski injuries

It’s that time of year when keen skiers hit the slopes. Here are some tips on helping to prevent ski injuries… 1) Be prepared! The more physical preparation you can do before hitting the slopes the better. Work on strength and endurance in the legs, glutes and core....