As you may know Alison has had to have unexpected surgery and will be unable to work for a while. We are delighted to welcome two experienced locum osteopaths, Kate and Tracy, who will kindly fill in for us while she recovers.
Dr Kate Ellett (Osteopath)
B.Sc.(Clin. Sc.) M.H.Sc.(Osteo.)
Kate had a background as a sports trainer and in massage prior to becoming an osteopath. Her special interests including treating pregnant women, children, and babies, among a wide range of other problems and injuries. Kate enjoys a range of physical activities including...
This week is Osteopathy Awareness Week, a chance to spread the word about the benefits you have experienced with osteopathic treatment. Please tell your friends, family and other health professionals about how osteopathy has helped you!
After an injury a joint and the surrounding soft tissues, may become swollen and congested with fluid as they heal. While this is a normal part of the healing process the extra fluid can tighten the skin over the area, cause discomfort, and limit the mobility of the affected joint. If swelling remains once you have applied the usual RICER first aid to your injury, lectric soda crytals...
Here we go again back into another fresh year, filled with new challenges. Hopefully you have had a wonderful break and not overindulged too much. If you have put on 2 – 3kg over the festive season as many do, you might be working on renewing yourself.
Here are some simple tips to get you back on track: