January 16, 2017
Help to avoid ski injuries to the knees Most skiing injuries are to the lower extremities and the bulk of those involve damage to the knees. A lot of knee injuries occur through falling or when landing a jump. Whilst it may not be possible to prevent all of these injuries from occurring, many of →
January 11, 2017
Mindfulness is a form of meditation Mindfulness is a form of meditation and both are often in the media for their link to stress reduction, increased focus and improved happiness – but did you know they could help you lose weight and meet your wider 2017 resolutions and goals? Meditation Teacher Judy Claughton from www.BalanceTime.co.uk →
January 7, 2017
A relaxing weekend but back to unexpected happenings at the unit Our third update tells you a little about our weekend when we managed a bit of sightseeing. Then back to the clinic where, at least, we were surprised by unexpected happenings.
January 12, 2016
As part of our commitment to providing the highest levels of care and quality advice and treatment to our customers we conduct ongoing surveys into the levels of improvement and customer service experienced by our patients, here are our latest results.
September 28, 2015
We have been providing IDD Therapy at Theale Wellbeing Centre near Reading for about a year now and we are seeing some fantastic results. We have been able to help a number of people who have been suffering from long-term lower back pain which has been unresponsive to a number of other therapies. Most commonly →
November 20, 2014
Many individuals are actively turning to Meditation and Mindfulness in order to help both prevent stress and stress related illness. Whilst Mindful Meditation is great for helping anxiety, stress and depression you don’t have to suffer from any of these to benefit from Mindful Meditation.
September 30, 2014
Do you have chronic, severe back or neck pain or sciatica? Have you tried a variety of treatments with little success? Are you taking large quantities of pain medication? Have you been told that you might need injections or surgery for a prolapsed (slipped) disc?