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      Training for a sporting event or just getting fitter?

      Getting fitter or in training for a sporting event?  Whatever your reason for getting 'out there' train sensibly. Read our blog. If you have an injury or a pain, do come in to ask our advice. Speedy treatment gives you quicker results!

      Sports massage can really help too!

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      Acupuncture to help improve your sleep

      Everyone needs regular restful sleep. Acupuncture can help to improve sleep energy and vitality.  Call today to book an appointment.



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      Treat yourself to a Sports Massage.  We offer flexible times to suit you, so please do call to make an appointment.

    • P&T's Blog

      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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