It’s starting to get colder…
As the weather starts to get colder its important to wrap up warm and even do a few stretches before venturing out in the cold. Make sure you have good footwear to avoid slipping on the ice and it is also a time to look at taking some extra supplements. It is also important to keep moving as it gets colder to prevent you stiffening up!
Vitamin D is really important and a lot of us are lacking in it especially in the winter, so look at taking a supplement to help. Turmeric has been show in recent studies to be great for inflammation. In the winter it is common for aches and pains such as arthritis to feel worse so taking a supplement like Turmeric could really help.
If you are feeling stiff and achy try giving these foam roller and pilates exercises a try. If you are still in pain book in for a free 15 minute chat at the clinic and see if we can help you further.
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a month ago
I went to see a chiropractor for back pain. Staff were lovely and very attentive, I was made to feel welcome and at ease … More straight away. Very thorough and as I required a second appointment inside a week the lovely helpful staff squeezed me in at the end of a day and stayed a little later. I would definitely recommend.
3 months ago
I have been seeing Louise on and off for many years whenever a new complaint appears. She is friendly, professional and … More excellent at diagnosing and treating my problems. I always see a vast improvement within a few visits and would highly recommend Attend2Health. All the staff are welcoming and put you at complete ease. First class therapy.
3 months ago
I regularly have sports massage at Attend2health (monthly) and it never fails to help me keep going. I suffer with arthritis, … More among other problems, and this week have struggled so much I couldn’t even attend Pilates. I saw Angela this morning and received the most amazing deep tissue massage. I already feel fantastic. Thank you to everyone at the clinic, you are all doing a fantastic job at helping your patients.