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  • Joint Hypermobility syndrome (JHS) in children

    Joint Hypermobility syndrome (JHS) in children

    Not all kids that have hypermobility have the syndrome. Between 10 and 50% kids are hypermobile but far fewer have associated symptoms related to the syndrome.

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  • Don’t give up giving up!

    Don’t give up giving up!

    Are you one of those people who decided to stop smoking in March ? Well done!

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  • Sports massage and enhanced recovery after the marathon

    Sports massage and enhanced recovery after the marathon

    Congratulations!! You have completed all your training and are more than ready to take part in the London Marathon this weekend.

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  • Acupuncture Awareness week

    Acupuncture Awareness week

    Acupuncture awareness week is the 12th- 17th March 2018 which aims to better inform people about the practice of acupuncture.

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  • Presentation on Cycling Injury Prevention

    Presentation on Cycling Injury Prevention

    If what you love doing is riding your bike, then come along to one of our presentations, we can help you to keep doing what you love doing

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  • Anterior knee pain

    Anterior knee pain

    Anterior knee pain is pain that occurs at the front of the knee. It is more common in runners, jumpers, cyclists, skiers, and football players who exercise often.

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  • Birdsong boosts mental health

    Birdsong boosts mental health

    Individuals who listen to birdsong, look at trees or the sky for short periods daily have less risk of mental health issues.

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  • Daytime injuries heal twice as fast as wounds sustained at night.

    Daytime injuries heal twice as fast as wounds sustained at night.

    Our internal body clocks regulate wound healing by skin cells to optimize repairs during the day.

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  • March for Men Charity Walks

    March for Men Charity Walks

    Prostate cancer has now overtaken breast cancer to become the third biggest cancer in the UK.

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