News and Advice
11th November 2018

Keep Moving

Five tips for reducing the risks of osteoporosis – especially important in the elderly: 1) Regular weight-bearing exercise such as walking, dancing, Tai Chi and going up and downstairs – whatever is appropriate for you. 2) Pay attention to your vitamin D and calcium levels (exposure to sunlight from spring to autumn is a good …More

21st October 2018

Bryn Summits Kilimanjaro

What a fantastic picture of patient Bryn Standrin and his co summiteers at the top of Kilimanjaro. Many, many congratulations Bryn. We were so pleased you were free of back pain and could focus on the climb. Many thanks for your kind comments.  

7th October 2018

Cricklade Fun Run 2018

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Cricklade Run this Sunday. Do remember, you need at least 36 hours to recover after major exercise – so take it easy for a few days before restarting your exercise programme.  

30th September 2018

Visiting Medical Student

  It was lovely to welcome Rory Durham, a third year Cambridge medical student, who spent the day shadowing Kelly and myself. Thank you to our patients for giving Rory the opportunity to see how Osteopathy complements a GP’s work. I always ask visiting medical students to give us feedback on the practice as we …More

24th September 2018

Happier After Exercise

Our thirteen year old deaf, short-sighted, arthritic, rescue dog Tweezer reaffirmed an important point this weekend. After being dragged ( very reluctantly) on a gentle short walk he was far more mobile and happy by the time he got home. In spite our limitations, gentle, modest, appropriate exercise is so useful in many ways.  

26th August 2018

Bird’s Eye View of Fringe

Jo took this picture of Wellington’s statue at the Edinburgh Fringe. The old fashioned advice on good posture and deportment used to be to balance books on your head. The Duke obviously took a different tack.    

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