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Occupational receptive strain injuries

Suzette is well-known for her Osteopathic themed poems – here is her latest masterpiece I trained as a builder when I left school and college Worked hard, learnt the job, kept increasing my knowledge And now I am proud of the skills that I’ve learned My clients respect me, and I feel that it’s earned. […]

Suzette Pulman 40th Anniversary

40th Anniversary Poem

To celebrate 40 years as a qualified osteopath, Suzette Pulman has penned this verse: In 1979, Margaret Thatcher came to power We expected British Leyland to collapse from hour to hour But something else took place that year that’s not quite so well known I qualified, passed my exams and set up on my own […]

Posture & Golf

Our new osteopath Wesley Tubb looks at Posture and Golf in his latest article. He discusses how in the ideal posture the body is balanced so that strain imparted on the body by gravity is kept to a minimum. Patients coming to see us with golf related injuries are assessed to identify where and how […]

Introducing Wesley Tubb – Osteopath

Lymm Osteopathic Practice would like to introduce you to our newest team member; Osteopath, Wesley Tubb. Wesley has recently moved back to Cheshire after living in London for the past 12 years and we are delighted to welcome him into the Lymm community. Wesley’s background prior to becoming an osteopath was personal training. Over the […]

Spring Newsletter

The latest edition of the Lymm Osteopathic Practice newsletter – Spring 2019 – is now available to view online. This issue looks at how we can be inspired by May being National Walking Month and the benefits a daily walk can do for us.  In addition we highlight the amazing work done by Mental Health […]

Getting The Best Out Of Sport

Taking part in sport or keeping fit can be rewarding, improve your health and reduce the risk of serious illnesses such as heart problems, a stroke or cancer.  It can also help maintain your weight and improve your self-esteem. Adults between the ages of 19-64 are advised to do at least 150 minutes of moderate […]