Sleep – are you getting enough or enough ‘good’ sleep?
21 March No Comments
SLEEP is much more important than most of us think. It is actually a massively crucial time for our bodies to rest and heal and for us to lay down new tissue. It is also an important time for our brains to process what has happened that day and ‘back…
Bunions – An AiM and functional perspective as to why we get them.
10 February No Comments
A GUEST BLOG BY GARY WARD As seen on BBC’s Dr. In the House – Gary is an author, educator and speaker on the subject of human movement and anatomy. He is the inventor of the Flow Motion Model: a simple description of what the body does and when it do…
"James has put me back together many times, reducing pain and restoring function and mobility when the demands of working in a physically active job (and neglecting to take care of oneself until it’s long overdue) take their toll. He always gently reminds me that I should know better! James has an amazing and extensive clinical knowledge of the human body yet manages to look beyond the physical when confronted with pain and dysfunction. I particularly value this holistic approach and thorough investigation into the underlying causes of the problems he is presented with. As a personal trainer and yoga teacher I have no hesitation in recommending James to my clients when the need arises and following treatment with him I have seen dramatic changes in others' wellbeing as well as my own."