Self-care, what is it and why should I do it?

Self-care, what is it and why should I do it?

Self-care What does it mean? Take some time out for yourself. We are all pulled in many different directions, not least at this time of year, so it is time to stop and take care of yourself. Some things you could do are take a walk or a run (does not matter how long...

Can Coaching Make You Luckier?

Can Coaching Make You Luckier?

You may have heard this quote, apparently, it’s from Roman philosopher Seneca, “Luck is when preparation meets opportunity” Maybe luck does exist in its own right; I rather hope so actually. The point though is that whilst you can’t predict exactly when opportunities...

Important: Coronavirus

Important: Coronavirus

July 2021: Although restrictions have been lifted in England, we have taken the decision to continue wearing PPE, in line with our governing bodies advice and to continue protecting our patients whilst in our clinic. We are also asking all patients to continue to wear...

My Desert Island Exercise

My Desert Island Exercise

If I was told, for some reason that I could only ever teach one exercise (a new government tax on exercise prescription perhaps) I would choose, drum roll please………… the shoulder bridge! Why? Because with this fabulous exercise you get so much bang for your buck. This...

Our Christmas Opening Times

Our Christmas Opening Times

During the Christmas period, we will be giving our team some well deserved time off to relax and enjoy with their friends and family. Please find our Christmas opening times below. Our Christmas opening times are: Tuesday 24th December - Open to 12:30 Wednesday 25th...

Sports Injury Prevention

Sports Injury Prevention

I was lucky to attend a recent session organised for the Wotton under Edge youth hockey players by Prof. Mark De Ste Croix on sports injury prevention. Mark is Professor of Paediatric Sport and Exercise at the University of Gloucestershire. As well as having published...

How can a Physio Help You?

How can a Physio Help You?

There is no typical day in the life of a physio. Sometimes we are called musculoskeletal therapists which means that any problem you might have with your bones, joints, muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments or even your connective tissue, falls under our remit.In any...

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