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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

Desk Ergonomics Wisdom Pearls

6th March 2019

Jessie Danuser Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy Bachelor of Clinical Science Masters in Health Science (Osteopathy) Being a new grad osteo means coming out the other side of a long slog of five years at university. Part of me would love to know how many hours I’ve spent at my desk, staring into the computer screen … Continue reading Desk Ergonomics Wisdom Pearls

Enjoy this beautiful weather, how to fit exercise into a busy schedule

28th October 2018

We’ve all heard it, or even said it ourselves before, “I don’t have time to exercise!” Here are my top tips for putting the excuses aside and just doing it! Set goals No-one wants to get out of bed early or stay out late to exercise, but you don’t have to feel motivated if you … Continue reading Enjoy this beautiful weather, how to fit exercise into a busy schedule