Coronavirus (CV) is understandably a massive topic at the moment! We are not experts in Coronavirus, but here is a good link to help to try and distinguish between CV and other illnesses like a normal cold. They do appear to be very different. The main symptom of CV is a dry (non-productive) cough and […]
Have a listen to this great podcast about rest and how important rest is to us at a time when we are making ourselves MORE busy. It is from a series from the lovely Rangan Chaterjee. YOU do not need permission to rest and relax!!
This post is about strength. Strength is important. Strength is SO often forgotten in place of the need to stretch! How many times have you been in the garden for a few hours or been doing DIY and the next day you are struggling to move? Often I ask people how they have prepared […]
Have a listen to this two-part podcast that talks about the research into low carbohydrate and low fat diets in the management of type II diabetes. In part 2 of the podcast, it discusses more on nutritional advice for the management of type II diabetes. How a read and empower yourself with the knowledge it […]
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 does it. POST 1: HALLUX […]
Syndesmosis injuries do happen and they probably happen more than we think. They are often missed and are treated as a ‘normal’ lateral ankle sprain. Anatomy You have two bones in your lower leg, the tibia and the fibula. The point just above the ankle where these two bones meet is called the syndesmosis. The tibiofibular […]