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What is Tinea pedis and Onychomycosis?

Tinea pedis is an inflammatory condition and characterises the most prevalent of all the superficial fungal skin infections. Trichophyton rubrum, a hugely specialised dermatophyte is by far the ...
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Post operative physiotherapy

What is post-op physiotherapy? Physiotherapy plays a major role in recovery post surgery/orthopedic procedures, to get you back to full fitness after your operation. We help you to make the most ...
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Stages of Chiropractic Care

Part of tailoring care to an individual includes recognising that what each person wants from treatment will be different. We therefore offer three main stages of care to cover everybody’s ...
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Lilliput Health at the Bournemouth Marathon

Are you suffering with back pain from running? Back pain is the most common complaint amongst runners and is something that we see regularly at Lilliput Health. Problems in the back and pelvis ...
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Is warming up overrated?

Do you ever feel ‘slow’ to get into your workout? Do you often feel like you only get in to the swing of your workout half way through? It could be that you didn’t warm up ...
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Do I Need Rehab?

Does Every Injury Need Rehab? If you would like to prevent muscle wastage, strength loss and scar tissue build up, then you need to go that little bit further and assist the body in the healing ...
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Chiropractic for Elite Athletes

ChirOlympics; helping individuals achieve their full potential! Chiropractors have been used for many years, treating top athletes in a variety of disciplines to individuals simply looking to ...
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Arthritic Pain Treatment

What is Arthritis? Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis that usually gets worse with age and over use. When applied to the spinal joints it is usually referred to as ...
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Your GP and Private Health Insurance
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Your GP and Private Health Insurance

Private musculoskeletal healthcare Q and A’s Private healthcare is now more accessible than ever; the advent of more employers and larger companies offering private health insurance to ...
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Trapped nerves
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Treatment for Trapped Nerves

What are nerves? Our nerves send information from our brains and spinal cord out over our entire body, as well as taking information from the rest of our body and sending it back to our brain. ...
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Chiropractic Awareness Week

Is there such thing as a free lunch? To mark Chiropractic Awareness Week, Lilliput Health are offering a very special deal for all new Chiropractic patients. First of all, we ask you book a Free ...
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Sandbanks Yacht Company

      Lilliput Health are now offering clinical services at Sandbanks Yacht Company including:   Physiotherapy Physiotherapy is a clinical service that is established in the ...
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Ankle Injuries

Ankle Injuries In light of current world golfing number one Rory McIlroy’s ankle injury, we here at Lilliput Health thought it would be very topical to cover this topic in our blogs. Our ...
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Muscle Strains and Tears

Muscle Strains and Tears Muscles function to provide movement and are integral to all normal daily activities and sporting pursuits. A muscle attaches directly onto bone via tendons and are able ...
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Sports Massage for Cyclists

Get your legs moving smoothly with Sports Massage Therapy at Lilliput Health in Poole, Dorset! Research from Chukyo University in Japan demonstrated that a ten-minute massage after a hard workout ...
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Anterior Knee Pain
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Anterior Knee Pain

What is anterior knee pain? More simply known as “a pain in the front of the knee”, Anterior Knee Pain (AKP) is a frequent problem in active and sporting individuals. It is not a diagnosis but ...
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What is a Physiotherapist?

Here at Lilliput Health we have a team of experienced chartered physiotherapists covering appointments across all of our clinics in Bournemouth and Poole. We are regularly asked “what exactly do ...
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Postural and Ergonomic Advice

As part of your physiotherapy assessment and treatment, a Chartered Physiotherapist will assess your posture and the impact it could be having on your symptoms. Posture plays an important role in ...
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Acute Injury Management

Chartered Physiotherapists are commonly involved in the acute stages of an injury, often being the first professional a patient comes in to contact with. Acute injuries can occur in a number of ...
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Dementia and exercise
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Exercise and Dementia

Exercise and Dementia On average 850,000 people in the UK have dementia, a figure which will only continue to rise over future years. Dementia doesn’t just affect the individual; it impacts on ...
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Chiropractors – What do they do?

Here is an overview of who we are and what you can expect when you visit. We’ve decided to write a blog about what Chiropractors do as recently we have had a few patients seem very surprised when ...
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Manualtherapy Physiotherapy Poole
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Are your gluts working properly?

Are your glutes working properly? This may sound like an odd question, but finding out the answer may be the key to resolving your low back pain, knee pain or hip/buttock pain. You might say, how ...
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Does manual therapy work?

One of the most common Physiotherapy treatments for low back pain or neck pain is to mobilise (pressure in different directions) or manipulate (cracking) your spine. Although this will typically ...
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Calling all horse riders!

Calling All horse riders! Have you fallen recently?  Did you get yourself checked out? After reading this you may think again… Dressage rider Jody Haswell based in West Sussex fell from a horse ...
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Taken a Tumble?

Taken a tumble? We’ve all done it, nevertheless falling over is never nice regardless of how old you are. However as we age we are more likely to trip, stumble or have near misses and ...
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A Pain in the Neck!

There are many reasons why we may experience neck pain. It could be related to a specific trauma, an accident or arthritis. Your posture can also play a huge part in developing neck pain or ...
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Plantar Fasciitis

What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is a problem that the chiropractors at Lilliput Health encounter on a regular basis. The problem involves strain to the plantar fascia which is ...
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Older People’s Day

This year on October the 1st it is the United Nation’s International Day of Older Persons. The aim of this dedicated day is to promote a healthy active lifestyle after retirement. Our ...
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Trigger Point Dry Needling

The term “dry needling” is becoming an increasingly popular phrase heard in many chiropractic clinics across the world, and none more so than at Lilliput Health with all 6 chiropractors qualified ...
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Chiropractic Successfully Treats Headaches

The Cause and Treatment of Headaches Whilst many people know about the benefits of chiropractic treatment for low back pain, neck pain and mid back pain, some may be unaware of the vast array of ...
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Tennis season shoulder injuries
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Tennis season shoulder injuries

With Andy Murray winning for the fourth time at Queens, albeit with a slightly shaky start, and Wimbledon just over a week away, the tennis season is well underway. As a physiotherapist I work ...
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What are Trigger Points?

What are Trigger Points? Muscles can easily develop specific areas within them which are tight, aching or weak. If you feel the muscles around your shoulder blade you will likely feel areas of ...
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Directions to Lilliput Health BOURNEMOUTH

Postcode BH2 6LH   From the A338 Take the exit onto Richmond Hill Roundabout Take the 1st exit off the roundabout onto Wimborne Road Take the 1st left turn onto Braidley Road At the bottom ...
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Sitting comfortably?

Handy hints and advice from our Physiotherapists in Poole for regular drivers Love your car but getting aches and pains after repetitive or long journeys? Whether you are a professional or ...
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Aesthetic Price List

Price List Anti – Wrinkle Treatments – Botox – 40 min first consultation, 15 min top up 1 area              £200 2 areas            £250 3 areas            £300 Pay per area and ...
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Had a fall recently?

Physiotherapy can help… As we grow older, the chances of having a fall can increase and can be really worrying for some people. Sometimes a fall can be due to a loss of balance, tripping over an ...
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The Benefits of Sports Massage for Runners

‘Is running, just about running?’ Make sure Sports Massage is part of your training programme. Most of us know we need to do strength work and stretch to improve our running, but we should be ...
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Blog Series: Ankle Sprains and Physiotherapy Part 1

Chartered Physiotherapist Rebecca Wyatt describes what to do after an ankle sprain… “A sprain is worse than a break” is a phrase you often hear thrown around but it isn’t necessarily true and is ...
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Fancy Smearing Fat on Your Joints?

A potential Treatment for Osteoarthritis? A radical new treatment for Osteoarthritis (OA) has been reported on recently in The Daily Mail. Our Chartered Physiotherapist Rebecca Wyatt reveals ...
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How does physiotherapy help sciatica?
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How does physiotherapy help sciatica?

What is sciatica? Sciatica is a common cause of pain and disability within the UK and has an estimated prevalence of up to 43% of the British population.  Sciatica can occur with and without low ...
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Post Half Term Madness…..

……Never fear, the physio’s are here! Now that the kids are back to school after a manic week off you may suddenly find that there are aches and pains cropping up that weren’t ...
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Physiotherapists at the Winter Olympics

The Role of the Chartered Physiotherapist Our Physiotherapy team at Lilliput Health have been marvelling at the different events at the Sochi 2014 Winter games over the past few weeks, especially ...
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Physiotherapy for Wrist Fractures
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Physiotherapy for Wrist Fractures

Our Chartered Physiotherapist Rebecca Wyatt discusses how Physiotherapy can be beneficial… All broken bones are bad and can significantly affect your day to day life, but with regards to your ...
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Exercise for Osteoarthritis

The Latest news on Exercising with Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis (OA) can be a painful and debilitating condition for many people. It is estimated that 10million people in the UK suffer from ...
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Ankle Injuries and Sprains

With the majority of your weight being transmitted through your ankles when you walk, all it takes is some uneven ground and a lack of concentration and you have the recipe for an ankle sprain.  ...
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Physiotherapy treatment of Achilles tendon pain

Pain in the Achilles is a common complaint….says our Chartered physiotherapist Beccy Wyatt.  Particularly amongst sports people and active individuals, it is one of the most injured tendons ...
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“Just call me Doctor”

The Risks of Self-diagnosing According to our Physiotherapist “Around 50% of adults are at risk of injury from self-diagnosing pain, without seeking physiotherapy advice.”  These were the ...
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Sit up and watch your posture

Everybody knows about posture, even from an early age our parents and grandparents will have told us to sit up tall and “don’t slouch!” Maybe the odd few people had to endure balancing a book on ...
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A-Z of injuries and conditions

Injuries and Conditions A-Z treated by Physiotherapy at Lilliput Health Ankle and Foot Pain Inversion injuries Rehabilitation after fractures Ligament sprains, tears Tendon ruptures, ...
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Your Physiotherapy Appointment

Your Physiotherapist will take detailed information about the nature of your condition and any other relevant past medical history. All of our patient information is confidential and will not be ...
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Low back pain when lifting this Christmas?

Low back pain is one of the most common physical complaints worldwide. It is also number 1 on a Physiotherapists list of most commonly treated injuries. Activity of the trunk muscles, especially ...
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Physiotherapy treatment for Fractures

Now that we are fast approaching winter months, the number of fractures from unfortunate falls on wet slippery grass and leaves, or dare I say it, ice and snow, significantly increases.  In fact, ...
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Physiotherapy for Sports Injuries

Be healthy, play sport and do more exercise– lifestyle advice and initiatives such as ‘Fit 4 Life’ are everywhere. With more and more emphasis on getting people moving (and in the wake of ...
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Your Frequent Questions about Colonic Irrigation

Colonic irrigation involves inserting a small moulded speculum into the rectum, passing water into the large intestine. The speculum itself is designed to allow bi-flow of water so that pressure ...
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3 Common Myths about Physical Therapy

What is Physical Therapy? Physical Therapy is a health profession involving the assessment and treatment of various musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Physical Therapy being the common name ...
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Exercises for Low Back Pain

Here are 4 exercises that could help to relieve your lower back pain Lower back pain and back pain in general is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints within our population. Lower ...
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Back Pain Clinic – Physiotherapy in Poole

Lilliput Health’s Physiotherapist in Poole Rebecca Wyatt offers some key advice on how to manage back pain in a specialist back pain clinic. We often suffer from back pain at some point in our ...
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Feet Health and Marathon Training

Your Chiropodist is one of the first medical practitioners you should consider to see when undertaking marathon training and ultra-training. A Chiropodist is a health care practitioner trained in ...
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Sports Massage and Posture

What is posture? Posture can be defined as the position in which we hold our body whilst standing, sitting or lying down. What affects posture? There are many internal and external forces that ...
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Benefits of Sports Massage for Triathlons

Triathlons are one of the fastest growing and popular sports in the UK.  However the demand of training and racing three separate disciplines together places large stresses and demand upon the ...
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Food for Constipation Sufferers

Constipation can affect anyone of us, and usually will during some stage of our life. Some people consistently suffer with constipation and have to resort to using laxatives to help them go. Our ...
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Spinal Rehabilitation Classes at Lilliput Health

“1 in 3 adults within the UK will suffer with some form of low back pain each year and of those only 1 in 15 will consult their GP for help.  It is estimated that all types of back pain costs in ...
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Marathon training and sports massage

Many of us run for various reasons, be it fitness, enjoyment, or the challenge of completing a Marathon event. Running has many positive benefits in helping with weight loss, fitness and simply ...
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The benefits of a wheat free diet

My name is Robyn Powell, I am the colon hydrotherapist at Lilliput Health. I decided over the weekend to see how my body would react to white wheat based products.  My normal diet is high in ...
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Seasonal change on the feet

How shoes affect your feet? As temperatures and pressures fluctuate, the seasonal change on the feet will inevitably mean a change in our footwear. Some people may complain of dry cracked skin, ...
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Can hypnotherapy really help weight loss?

Hypnotherapy may not be the first thing you think of when considering the options of how to lose weight. However the answer to that question is yes, absolutely. You might think of joining Weight ...
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Acupuncture in the Treatment of Swine Flu

Can acupuncture treat swine flu? Before writing this blog I thought that I would do a google search and ask ‘Can acupuncture treat swine flu?’ I was amazed, only 1480 search results ...
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Hypnotherapy Questions and Answers

Common Hypnotherapy questions answered by Lilliput Health’s Hypnotherapist Michaela Cotty Q. Are there any side effects from hypnotherapy? Hypnosis is a perfectly wonderful, natural state ...
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Paul McKenna and Weight Loss Hypnotherapy

As a hypnotherapist who has a strong interest in weight loss hypnotherapy, it was motivating, rewarding and heart warming to watch Paul McKenna deal with the issues that so many of us have. The ...
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IBS Awareness Month

What is IBS? IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) effects many of us, you will probably know someone who suffers with the symptoms of IBS. IBS is an umbrella term used for multiple problems associated ...
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Diagnosis and treatment of Arthritis

What is arthritis? Arthritis is a disorder that can affect anyone at any age. Arthritis may be defined as a joint disorder that may involve the inflammation of one or more joints. For example if ...
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Benefits of good back care

This article focuses on good back care and includes a comprehensive summary of the differences in approach to low back pain from a sports massage therapist, chiropractor and physiotherapist. ...
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Benefits of good colonic care

Many clients I treat come in with questions that have possibly delayed them taking action on problems or symptoms due to being too embarrassed or unsure of Colonic Irrigation. I am going to try ...
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Chiropractic for neck pain

General chiropractic management for neck pain may consist of chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue release and on occasion acupuncture. The key strategy with a neck complaint is to work out which ...
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Physiotherapy for neck pain

Physiotherapy can be particularly helpful in the management of both acute and chronic neck pain (cervical spine). Whether it be an acute sports injury, a ‘cricked’ neck, a whiplash ...
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Hypnotherapy and IBS

IBS advice from the Hypnotherapist Irritable bowel syndrome is one of the most common disorders of the digestive system which can cause abdominal pain, bloating, and sometimes diarrhoea and/or ...
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Tackling childhood obesity

We all want our kids to be healthy and enjoy life to the full. The key to a healthy lifestyle is a balanced diet and a good relationship with food. However, today’s fast-paced lifestyle sometimes ...
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Psoriasis symptoms and treatment

Podiatrists see many skin conditions in clinic on a regular basis, however one of the most common conditions is Psoriasis. Psoriasis affects around 2% of people in the UK. It’s a skin ...
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Hyperhidrosis – excessive underarm sweating

What is hyperhidrosis? Sweating is necessary to control body temperature and is a normal response to a rise in temperature or anxiety. Hyperhidrosis is excessive under arm sweating caused by the ...
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Stop smoking with hypnotherapy

Stop smoking hypnosis – smoking cessation hypnotherapy. We all know that smoking is bad for us and there are so many ways and products to give up smoking but which is the right way? Smoking is a ...
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Stress and Hypnotherapy

Dealing with stress through hypnotherapy As many as 40 million people in the UK admit to suffering from stress with 75% of the general population experiencing at least some stress every two ...
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Treatment for Facial Telangiectasia

Telangiectasia is a medical term for small red veins which are commonly known to as red veins, dilated capillaries or broken veins. Facial Telangiectasia arise mainly from capillaries which are ...
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What should I expect to feel after a colonic?

Colon Hydrotherapy has many fantastic benefits, but sometimes after a colonic, clients can feel a bit unwell if they are fairly toxic. After colon hydrotherapy session’s clients feel ...
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Hypnotherapy – Questions and Answers Part 1

Here are some of the common questions asked about Hypnotherapy. Q. My concern is I am not in control whilst in hypnotherapy, so do I lose control? Absolutely not, you are always in control. The ...
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How Sports Massage Can Improve Training?

Sports massage helps to enhance training performance, speed up recovery time and restore balance to the muscular-skeletal system. Sport puts a lot of stress on the body and can make tissues hard ...
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Hypnotherapy – Questions and Answers part 2

Here are some of the common questions asked about Hypnotherapy. Q. When I am put in to a trance or ‘under’ will I be asleep? Your subconscious mind is active all the time and will be ...
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Colon Hydrotherapy – Questions and Answers

Colonics can sometimes appear daunting and many clients have a fear of the treatment. Some clients put off the treatment for years and years from not having questions answered and already ...
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Hypnotherapy – Questions and Answers Part 3

Here are some of the common questions asked about Hypnotherapy. Q. Are there any side effects from hypnosis? Hypnosis is a perfectly wonderful, natural state and the only side effects are all ...
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Is Sports Massage only for sports people?

Sports massage is most definitely not just for athletes Athletes are few and far between in Poole and Bournemouth, however the ‘weekend warriors’ are fairly frequent visitors down at ...
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Bloating, why do we have it?

What is bloating? Bloating or trapped wind can be a result of many variables. Women predominantly suffer with bloating more than men and this can be due to hormonal imbalances in the body. Other ...
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Sports Massage: Hot or cold – which to use?

As a Sports Therapist and Sports Massage Therapist, I am often asked whether or not it’s best to use heat or ice when managing injuries. It can be quite confusing as it depends on the injury, so ...
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What is a detox – Why do it?

Detox is abbreviation of detoxification. This is the body’s natural, ongoing process of neutralizing or eliminating toxins from the body – a necessary function our bodies naturally ...
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Sports massage, foam roller or stretching?

Sports massage, foam rollers and stretching can all play a vital part in musculoskeletal health. All three modalities offer multiple benefits. Which one is going to help the most though? This is ...
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Colon Hydrotherapy & Constipation

Causes of constipation The UK is one of the most constipated countries and the main cause of constipation is dehydration. As a nation of tea drinkers it not surprising that this information is ...
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Physiotherapy for back pain

Did you know that: 4 out of 5 adults will suffer from back pain at some stage in their life; nowadays adolescents are just as likely to suffer from back pain as adults; the number of people ...
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What causes Tennis Elbow?

What is Tennis elbow? Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is the most common problem of the elbow, thus a very complaint in physiotherapy clinics. Figures from the US suggest that 95% of those ...
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Physiotherapy and Sciatica

What is sciatica? Sciatica is a set of symptoms not a diagnosis. It refers to pain, weakness, numbness, tingling or pins and needles sensations in the leg that is caused by the compression of one ...
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Sports massage for treating scar tissue

As a Sports Massage Therapist, I frequently get asked why is it so important to break down scar tissue? Scar tissue often occurs following a trauma to soft tissue structures such as muscles. But ...
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Colon Hydrotherapy & Hydration

Irregular? Fatigued? Dehydrated? To find out more on what can cause this and the benefits of colon hydrotherapy and hydration please read on. Did you know that every cup of tea or coffee you ...
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Aesthetic Treatments

What is Aesthetic medicine? Aesthetic medicine can be defined as the art of beauty. Aesthetics is commonly related to anti wrinkle injectables, treatments or procedures, which lead to a process ...
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Acupuncture as a viable alternative

Currently there are 7 million people taking Statin drugs in the UK, but new research published yesterday suggests this number is far too high and advises GP’s that the prescriptions of many ...
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