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      We provide professional treatments for: Physiotherapy - musculo/skeletal problems, women's health, ante and post natal care - Fit back & bumps classes, Clinical Pilates/classes, Chiropody, Podiatry, Acupuncture, sports and therapeutic massage, Alexander Technique, CBT Counselling, NLP Hypnotherapy

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      'Fraid to say that being overweight and having back pain(LBP) is not a good omen for a speedy recovery. Overweight and obesity are associated with higher levels of disability before physical treatment in LBP patients. The more obese you are the least likely you are to respond to  physical therapy [...]

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      preventing back pain

      Preventing back pain   We are often asked the best way to prevent back pain. This is usually after someone, having been through a bout of back pain, wants to ensure it doesn't happen again or to minimise the chances of it occuring again. Always the answer is [...]

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      Mid-sussex marathon weekend. 31st April to 2nd May 2016

      have you considered being part of this great weekend of running ? The Physio Therapy Centre will be there on Sunday 1st May and Monday 2nd May 2016. We will be at the finish line on both days. Look for our tent where we will have sports massage available and be able to offer you advice from our [...]

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      A Way to Get Fit and Also Have Fun.  The 10-20-30 fitness programme

      I picked this up from a Danish paper and I have copied it to our blog. Have a read; it is a great way to get fit without getting bored! Researchers in Denmark recently began delving into that issue and in the process developed a new approach to intense interval training that could appeal [...]

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      Back pain responds to an individual approach

      Individual physiotherapy is more effective than advice alone for people with long-term back pain. Many patients with persisting low back pain over 6 weeks do not recover and it is recommended that such patients are given advice about prognosis and getting back to normal activities.  This research [...]

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      Acupuncture awareness week is 7th to 13th March

      Grin and Bear it’ Brits need to pin point their pain  We’re famously a nation that doesn’t like to make a fuss but new statistics from the British Acupuncture Council reveal that when it comes to pain over half of the UK nearly half of Brits (44%) just grin and bear it which could impact [...]

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