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Nicky Snazell Clinic Ukraine Charity Donation April £60

A big thank you to those who bought one of Nicky’s books or some of our bespoke jewellery in April. You generated £60 which will be paid into the Red Cross and Blue Cross Charities specifically to help Ukraine. For those who would still like to help, then we are selling Nicky’s books and bespoke…

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Where can I get a massage near me

If you have reached this page, then you have most likely Googled “where can I get a massage near me“, this is a common question that is typed into Google every day. If Google has done its job and we hope that it has, then you are most likely located within a radius of about…

How To Avoid Lengthy Treatment Delays By Understanding The Great Divide In Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy – A Brief History The beginnings of Physiotherapy date back to the late 1894 when four nurses formed the Society of Trained Masseuses. A Royal Charter was awarded in 1920, in recognition of the profession’s high education and professional standards. It evolved over the following years until it became the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy…

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Do You Want To Feel Better Than You Have For Years?

Picking up the kids? Over-exercising? Hunched over a desk all day? Lack of sleep? Lifting heavy loads endlessly throughout the day? and the greatest impact of all… stress!! Does this sound relatable to you??   Living is stressful, causing pain and discomfort   These are just a few of the reoccurring influences that impact patients’…

Double Crossed

Help For Ukraine Our world is going through troubled times, the likes of which most of us have never had to witness so close to home. The degree of suffering in Ukraine is inhumane. Watching TV night after night with the increasing levels of destruction and suffering made us feel that we had to help…

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How to Choose A Physiotherapy Clinic

So, how do you choose your physiotherapy clinic in seven easy steps? Physiotherapy skills and qualifications The most important question – is the physiotherapist appropriately qualified and is there any evidence of ongoing learning and development? Although principals remain consistent, the skills and style of approach can be different as can the aftercare. Please make…

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Your Pain Relief Plan Part 2

In part 1 of this series, Your Pain Relief Plan Introduction I discussed why we feel pain and introduced the concept that the degree of pain felt could vary widely from one individual to the next due to lifestyle factors and that when long term, typically over 3 months, the brain would lock the pain…

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Your Pain Relief Plan – Introduction

Pain is a very complex problem. It’s also such a common problem that every person on the planet will at some point in their life suffer its consequences, perhaps only a little, but for some unlucky souls, it will be life-changing for the worse.   There are many factors that can affect the severity and…

Subjective Physiotherapy Assessment.

Your Physiotherapy Prescription

This is the fifth part in a series of blogs looking at the process of a physiotherapy assessment and treatment plan. If you have missed the 4 earlier blogs, then here are the links: A Different Perspective On Your Physiotherapy Assessment  The Subjective Physiotherapy Assessment The Subjective Physiotherapy Assessment – Part 2 The Physical Assessment…