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The Art of Staying Sane

In these strange days of lockdown and the ‘new normal’, I’m often asked for ideas on how to deal with stress. A solution that’s easy to do, won’t need a doctor’s prescription and maybe doesn’t involve large amounts of gin! As a health professional, I’ll often start with the easy, accessible methods of coping. Such […]


Stop knee pain and get moving again

Knee pain is a common complaint that can affect people of all ages. When it strikes it can be debilitating. Too afraid to take part in high impact activities because it could suddenly provoke pain and potentially make the problem even worse, life can suddenly feel very frustrating. In many circumstances relieving knee pain can […]

Red Flag

Detecting a dangerous condition – Case Study 2

I’ve talked before about ‘red flag’ symptoms. Red flags can be described as an alarm or warning signs that suggest a potentially serious underlying disease, such as meningitis or cancer. We’re all trained to watch out for them, as missing one could literally be the difference between life and death. In this case, it could […]

Case Study – Baby

Case Study: The Baby with Sinus Problems

It’s always concerning when a worried parent brings a baby to me at the practice because it usually means that they’ve exhausted all other options. Often, a mum or dad will notice something wrong and will start by rushing to the doctors, where they’re often told that the case is ‘non-urgent’ or ‘it’ll settle down […]

Posture & Alignment

Posture and Alignment

We tend to forget people just weren’t designed To do all the things modern life has assigned We sit at our desks and we talk on our phones Putting pressure on muscles, on tendons and bones. To find perfect posture, you must be aligned Relaxed, poised and balanced in body and mind. Head up, shoulders […]