Clinic Blog

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

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...

Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy can be very gentle, working with the soft tissue layers throughout the whole body. Our cranial osteopath Lisa Harris has a specialist interest in babies and children which led her to obtaining the postgraduate British School of Osteopathy’s...

Golf Tips

With a bank holiday weekend ahead, you may be thinking about spending a little more time on your sporting hobbies. Golf is a popular sport (there are over 2500 golf courses in the U.K) and a great way to get fresh air and gentle exercise, but injuries can occur. One...

How Pilates Can Help To Relieve Stress

Pilates has many benefits; to improve core strength, flexibility and muscle patterning, but how many of us think of it as a stress reliever? Physical, mental or emotional stress can cause stress responses in your body, increasing heart rate, faster breathing patterns,...

How muscles become strong

Ever since I started to become interested in Soft Tissue Therapy, the thing that has amazed me the most is how the body is able to adapt when a stimulus is applied. Of course, if too much stimulus is applied the body may break instead (ie. pain due to bad posture), so...

Fruit Juices

Ever noticed the words that describe fruit juices? From Concentrate, Not from Concentrate, Freshly Squeezed. But what do these actually mean? Read the label on concentrates From Concentrate Juice is extracted from the fruit and the water content is reduced. The...

Desk Posture

Desk posture is something that is easy to improve with simple adaptations to your set up. Those using laptops should aim to have a separate screen, mouse and key board. This is so that the top of the screen is at eye height and your shoulders are positioned better,...