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Injection Therapy for pain relief

There are many types of injection therapy, Our Sports Gp who works with professional football teams resides at our clinic on a regular basis, Dr.Ronnie Banerjee has many years of experience in the field of shoulder pain and injury as well as hip pain, knee injuries and ankle injuries. The following services are available at…

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Acupuncture – What is it and How can it help you?

Acupuncture Acupuncture is the Chinese practise of penetrating the skin with needles meant to stimulate the flow of energy within the body. The body is said to have approximately 2,000 acupuncture pressure points which can unlock the flow of Qi in the body and allow for natural healing. The practise sees pain as a result…

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Bunions: A-Z Everything you need to know.

This week we have every question you have ever wanted to know about bunions!   What is a bunion? A bunion, or Hallux Valgus, is a bony formation, usually on the joint of your big toe. This condition can also occur on the pinky toe, known as a bunionette. Pressure on the toes changes their…

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Do you really have an ingrowing toenail?

Ingrowing Toe Nails An ingrowing toenail is a painful condition wherein the nail grows into the toe. This usually occurs on the big toe but it can happen to any toe. How do you spot one? The main symptom is pain in one area, caused by a rough spike of nail that is piercing into…

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Types of Massage Therapy

Are you in pain and struggling to decide which massage would be the best fit for you? Then keep reading. This blog post will highlight each massage service we offer, the benefits and which would be suit you! We have 3 massage therapists in clinic both male and female who have different specialities to ensure…

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4 signs you need physiotherapy!

This week we’re focusing on Physiotherapy! So, what is physiotherapy? The Oxford English Dictionary defines physiotherapy as “the treatment of disease, injury or weakness in the joints or muscles by exercises, massage and the use of light and heat” and while this is correct – physiotherapy can do a lot more for you than treat weak muscles. Not…

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Inside the mind of Dr Wright: Our Skin Surgery Specialist

Today we are taking a dive into the mind of our skin surgery specialist, Dr Wright to answer our most asked questions and find out a little bit more about the man behind the mask.   So who is Dr Wright? Dr Wright was born and educated in Bradford, qualifying in medicine & surgery in…

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The Diabetic Foot: What does diabetes mean for your feet?

Diabetes is categorised by diabetes.org as “a serious condition where your blood glucose level is too high. It can happen when your body doesn’t produce enough insulin or the insulin it produces isn’t effective. Or, when your body can’t produce any insulin at all.” The difference in what causes the insulin to malfunction is what…

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4 Myths Surrounding Migraines!

While migraines are commonly recognised by throbbing head pain, which is usually located on one side of the head and often accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light and/or sound – there are a lot of things scientists do not yet understand about them. This lack of understanding makes migraines a subjective topic with many…

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The importance of running and avoiding injury

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An estimated four million Britons go running.  It’s free, it’s liberating and it’s growing in popularity.  But studies* suggest that as many as 65% of runners suffer an injury at some point.  To reduce the risk of injury, the Scottish Chiropractic Association recommends that runners should: •    Warm up and stretch properly and regularly •   …

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Jeff’s Journey – Our Chiropractor takes on a cycle challenge!

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The Kindertransport (German for “children’s transport”) was an organised rescue effort that took place during the nine months prior to the outbreak of the Second World War. The United Kingdom took in nearly 10,000 predominantly Jewish children from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, and the Free City of Danzig. To commemorate this historic event of 80 years ago there is a cycling challenge from Berlin to London following…

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My experience with a Chiropractor

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Having worked alongside Chiropractors for over a year, I never felt the need to ever visit one. Any problems or pain I had were resolved with painkillers or just dismissed as ‘slept funny’ and I put up with the pain. But I have suffered from headaches and migraines since been a teenager and been on…

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Just Start Walking!

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The Pudsey Chiropractic launches its new campaign to encourage people to walk to improve their health and wellbeing as we move into Summer and better weather. We all know that regular exercise is good for us, yet we struggle to make the lifestyle changes that incorporate exercise. But there is one simple activity which most…

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Gardening Without Groans: Live Without Back Pain

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The Scottish Chiropractic Association’s Good-back Gardening Guide At this time of year our chiropractors experience a seasonal influx of patients with back and neck strain caused by over-zealous gardening.  Dr Malcolm, comments:  “The arrival of spring brings out the gardener in all of us, regardless of how fit or physically active we have been during…

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New Chiropractor Joins our Team

We are very pleased to welcome our new Chiropractor, Dr Malcolm Robinson. Dr Malcolm Robinson graduated in Sydney in 1986. He has more than 20 years clinical experience. Dr Malcolm has worked in the UK for the past 18 years. He has a keen interest in Sports Injuries and conditions such as Migraine, Allergies and…

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