Fitness is for everyone, you’re never too big, too out of shape…or too old. And even if you’ve never really exercised much in your life, it really is never too late to start! We all know that exercise is good for us – research shows time and time again that being active is the key […]
Many of us are now working from home for the first time yet may be having to cope with working in an environment that is not properly set up for this. Improvising with desks, chairs and general space can lead to poor posture which can lead to muscular stress and strain. This combined with the […]
You may hear us use the term Holistic Practice when we are describing what we do here at Lymm Osteopathic Practice. What we mean by this is that we won’t just treat a symptom but will work with you to help identify the causes, and provide you with information about your options and if we […]
Get Help with your elbow pain! Tennis elbow or its clinical name Lateral Epicondylitis is actually more common in golfers than tennis elbow. It is a condition that causes pain around the outside of the elbow. Golfers Elbow (or Medial Epicondylitis) is pain around the inside of the elbow. Both conditions are caused by overuse of the […]
Ever had pain from running? Or would you like to improve your running performance? Lymm Osteopathic Practice will be running a lower body Musculoskeletal clinic on Saturday 30th November from 10.00am to 2.00pm. You will receive a 30 minute appointment that will assess lower body mechanics and function as well as advice and exercises in […]
The Lymm Osteopathic Practice Autumn Newsletter is now available to view online and includes information on the 40th Anniversary, the new seniors Fitness Classes and a focus on our new osteopath Wesley Tubb.
This month we have launched our new Personal Fitness classes. The classes have been developed by Osteopath and Personal Trainer Wesley Tubbs aimed mainly at seniors though any age group can attend. The 1-hour session will take place every Wednesday and Thursday at the Clinic with up to 4 participants per class. It is recommended […]