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July 16, 2019

This issue is topical and it has been my main research topic since I graduated from university. This topic is why I furthered my studies into Psychology. 

It is such a complicated matter and I have been postponing writing it for a while. I do not want to give advice, but merely inform of its significance.

The co existence of these two co...

July 8, 2019

Our team is growing and here's a little bit about them!

Millie Lindsay

Physiotherapist & Pilates Instructor

Millie is a physiotherapist that combines both manual therapy and Pilates based rehabilitation to aid recovery. She studied BSc Physiotherapy at St George’s University of London, achieving a first class honours. She demonstrates a holistic ap...

April 16, 2019

New. New. New. Hot update on the progress of the new clinic. 

I have finally decided to take the leap and go out on my own. It has been in the making for a while and I am so excited to share it with you. 

I will keep updating with pictures, news and offers as we go along. 

Waiting period: 6 weeks. 

Will see you all there.

October 27, 2017

It happens to the best of us. Whether you are a physical therapist, an athlete, a workaholic, young or old, male or female. Unfortunately, lower back pain has no exceptions. 

After years of competitive horse riding, tennis and athletics my time had come. The truth is I didn't have a noble injury to be proud of and tell the story. No. I fell down...

October 7, 2017

21st century. Loving it. Exercise has finally become trendy. For some of us it is a hobby, for others a profession, day in and day out. But, whatever the reason behind your drive for a healthy lifestyle is, you could be a sufferer. 

Exercise induced headaches present after a prolonged and strenuous exercise. 

Here's a summarised presenta...

October 6, 2017

What is the main difference between Osteopathy and Physiotherapy? The eternal question.

I have been asked this question so many times and I find myself giving different answers every time. I came upon an article written by Ian Cassidy recently who put it in a very nice way: sure both treatment modalities may be similar or even may seem identical...