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Don’t Get into Deep Water with Swimming Injuries

Don’t Get into Deep Water with Swimming Injuries Swimming is one of the most popular sports in the world. We swim in the sea, pools, lakes, streams, rivers and even ponds. And given 70% of the Earth’s surface is water, we’re not short of opportunities. And while swimmingRead More >

Chronic Pain

Pain Is As Individual As The Person Experiencing It Pain means different things to different people, in different contexts, and based on different experiences. Acute, short-lived pain following a traumatic injury, in many cases heals. The pain that becomes increasingly hard to live with and manage, is theRead More >

Low Back Pain and Sleep

Back Pain: The Chain of Command Your spine is essentially the chain that forms the ‘backbone’ of your entire body. Without it you would be a blob of muscles, organs and soft tissue piled on the floor. Your spine commands respect because it is the pillar that supportsRead More >

Healthy Workplace = Happy Workplace

It turns out that a lack of exercise in our lives is a silent killer. The World Health Organisation lists physical inactivity as the fourth biggest risk factor for death in adults across the world. The latest research shows when it comes to heart disease, leading a sedentaryRead More >

Massage Therapy and YOU!

Fact: It is estimated that between 35-43% of the UK population is estimated to suffer from chronic pain, that’s 28 million people. It accounts for 40% of time off work and costs the NHS over £10 billion pounds a year.* It is one of the most common reasonsRead More >

Calories burned in 30 minutes for people of three different weights

The table below lists the calories burned by doing dozens of activities listed by category (such as gym activities, training and sports activities, home repair etc.) for 30 minutes. Activities and exercises include walking (casual, race, and everything in between), swimming, jogging, yoga, and even watching TV andRead More >

Just What is sitting disease?

Sitting down for more than 3 hours per day increases your risk of kidney disease, but more worryingly, it also increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and certain forms of cancer and can cause fatty liver disease. However despite all of these health warnings, manyRead More >

Digital Dementia And 7 Tips To Help YOU and YOUR Family Avoid It Today

Is digital dementia affecting you or your family? The overuse of electronics at a young age is a rising concern for many doctors around the world. The demand for anything digital is at an all-time high and it’s leading to a surge in what some people are callingRead More >

How much time do you spend on a digital screen?

How much time do you spend on a digital screen? Being productive and responsible requires lots of time on digital screens for work and life as well as to stay connected to friends and family. Never mind the hours spent on entertainment and news. But did you realize that theRead More >

Treating hay fever with acupuncture

In Chinese medicine, allergies to pollen, and such things as animal fur, household dust, cosmetics, are usually all due to the same underlying cause, a weakness in kidney function. If a person has suffered hay fever from childhood, this would usually indicate that they were born with “KidneyRead More >