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Where has all the fun gone?- Using fun as a motivator to return to fitness.

22nd July 2019

Martin Gowdie- Osteopath Being a Dad is tough. There, I said it. Woe is me. Bust out your smallest violin. I’m not saying that it’s harder than being a Mum, I’m just merely noting that it takes it’s toll on us lads too. Sleep deprivation is torture, toddlers test your limits and your sense of … Continue reading Where has all the fun gone?- Using fun as a motivator to return to fitness.

Staying active in the thick of winter

24th June 2019

Stephanie Cations- Osteopath Bachelor of Applied Science (Complementary Medicine) Masters in Osteopathy It’s official. Winter is here. It’s cold, grey and so tempting to just want to curl up on the couch with the heater on and eat soup everyday. Or if you’re like me lay on the floor in front of the fire and … Continue reading Staying active in the thick of winter

Multiple Sclerosis and Manual Therapy

3rd May 2019

Shanti Arwen- Myotherapist Apart from the the obvious obstacles that are faced by multiple sclerosis patients, it is tiring for the body, mind and spirit. Over half of multiple sclerosis sufferers seek complimentary modalities from an allied health professional in the form of massage or other muscular skeletal services. (Nayak et.al, 2003). People who endure … Continue reading Multiple Sclerosis and Manual Therapy

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