The Latest Blog Articles

Mindset

Why choose unneccessary suffering?

Why choose unnessary suffering? My mission for my book the 4 keys to health was to help avoid this. I witness unneccessary suffering day in,day out within my clinic and at presentations.I see evidence in peoples shopping baskets,in their T.V viewing, in the way they speak and the lack of exercise.So, I’m here to write…

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Traffic light approach to health

Traffic light approach to health, what do I mean ?Traffic Light Approach to Health At my clinic, I always ask my patients to fill in a questionnaire about their current health, and their answers are incredibly useful in letting me see where they need to improve their mindset, their nutrition, their fitness and their lifestyle.…

Baby reindeer try MBST

The 4 keys to health

The 4 keys to health, what is it about? A question that now rings in my ears most days from those that as yet have not read my book.This book is life transforming if you take in the advice and act on it.My dear friend who had always said she would love a book dedicated…

Nicky on stage Z Factor 2013

The 4 keys to health

The 4 keys to health guide gives you a practical method to achieve a longer happier healthier life. Enjoy the book, colour your 4 keys to health,red ,amber or green. Four green keys is what you need to strive for. If you score yourself with the questionnaires before using the manual ,then again after you…

Beliefs

So I am here to writing about PAAAIN. Not something most people want to think about is it? But what’s the opposite of PAIN? That’s right PLEASURE We all do everything we can to avoid pain and seek pleasure DON’T WE? Do you always make decisions to seek pleasure and avoid pain? Let’s think about…

Tennis Elbow part 3

Welcome back to the series of articles about physiotherapy and tennis elbow (also known as lateral epicondylitis, lateral epicondylosis and lateral epicondylalgia). So far we have covered who is affected by tennis elbow, the anatomy of the elbow and which muscles or tendons are most likely to be injured. This article will try to give…

Good food or is it?

Eat, drink, but don’t be acid

I am sure you have heard about lemmings, those little animals that supposedly follow their leader and all jump off a cliff to their deaths. Now at first thought, you may be thinking dumb leader and dumb followers. But if you look at human behaviour, much of what we do is very lemming like. For…

Nutrition

Using food as medicine to stay out of pain. We all overindulge in the winter especially with the run up to xmas and then eating left overs in January. In February we are all have colds and achy joints as our immune system is suffering from our rich diet, lack of raw fresh fruit and…

Tennis Elbow – Part 2

Welcome back to the new series of articles about physiotherapy and common injuries and pathologies seen by physiotherapists. Last time we took a brief look at one of the most common musculo-skeletal conditions that a physiotherapist will encounter – tennis elbow (also known as lateral epicondylitis, lateral epicondylosis and lateral epicondylalgia). This article will now…

Exercise – What’s In It For Me?

Spring is upon us, promising longer days, warmer weather, and a feeling of freshness and growth. It is the time when we start to squeeze out of jumpers and coats and see the winter plumpness with disdain. It is a perfect time to take that move to committing to being more active again. Exercise is…