Osteoporosis- World Osteoporosis Day

Osteoporosis- World Osteoporosis Day

World Osteoporosis Day (WOD), on October 20 each year, marks a campaign dedicated to raising global awareness of the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis. As such, Rebecca, will give you the low down on what osteoporosis is, what causes it, how to...
Work from home- Rise in back and neck pain!

Work from home- Rise in back and neck pain!

A few months ago I wrote a blog with a YouTube video of my top 7 tips to working from home. Little did we know back then, that the face of office workers would be like this, 6 months into the pandemic. With it looking like the next 6 months is going to be equally...
How to optimise your desk ergonomics

How to optimise your desk ergonomics

I think most of us realise that sitting is not very healthy for us, for our spines and for our heart/circulation. However, if our job requires us to be at a computer then read further for some ways to optimise you body. I will be going through some of the more common...
Gardening this spring time?

Gardening this spring time?

Spring is nearly upon us after a long, wet winter. The clocks go forward on the 29th March which means lighter mornings and evenings. A possible silver lining with everyone staying at home due to Covid-19, means more gardening time!! The leaves are returning to the...
Chest pain – It’s not always what it seems

Chest pain – It’s not always what it seems

Chest pain can be a very worrying symptom and rightly so! It has a number of different causes, the most concerning of which is heart disease. We therefore urge people who are experiencing chest pain to seek immediate medical care on the assumption that it is heart...