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Sports Injuries – Running

I see patients who have become unstuck with running quite frequently. It is something that I am familiar with as over the years I have done quite a lot of it myself and have had to learn the hard way how to avoid injuring myself. For a start, running is the most natural and easily…

Gardening injuries

You would be amazed at the number of people who come into the Rêve Pavilion, suffering from the effects of things that they have been up to in their gardens, particularly in the spring time. These are usually musculo-skeletal kinds of problems involving aches and pains in one part of the body or another. They…

Health, fitness, happiness and the Glycaemic Index Diet

The current trend in the UK is towards obesity in children and adults. This in turn leads to many other problems, such as unwelcome stress on vital organs, loss of self-esteem, laziness, lack of basic fitness, poor health. Further it also ultimately leads to an inability to really enjoy life to the full, to make…

Getting fit after winter

It has been such a long, cold and damp winter that seems to overrun into spring. In such conditions any of us are tempted to stay indoors, keep warm, eat more comfort calorie laden foods and to snuggle up on the sofa in front of the TV. Little wonder that over the winter months many…

Hay fever and other allergic-type illnesses

With the spring season, also hay fever comes back. For this reason, today’s blog is about that topic and I hope the information will help you. The autoimmune system is designed to protect us from foreign invaders. The body’s defence mechanisms are most concentrated in places where the inside and the outside are most closely…