Bridge to Health Blog
Bridge to Health Blog
Bridge to Health is very excited about its new partnership with Ryan Raghoo, a Paralympic athlete. For a young man of 20, he has achieved more than most of us who are far older, both on and off the athletic track.
Andy Murray is Wimbledon Champion again, but were you eagle eyed enough to see him receive osteopathic treatment court side? Osteopath Harry Rogers explains how Osteopathy can support tennis players in this informative blog
Is your child struggling at school? Are you concerned they may have learning difficulties like dyslexia? Are they losing their confidence? Have they uttered the heart-breaking words "I'm stupid”?
Could there be a link between your child's learning difficulties and their diet, in particular the consumption of gluten? In this blog post Liz Sedley, creator of Dyslexia Gold and Giulietta Durante, our Uxbridge based Nutritional Therapist explore this subject
Every week it seems that there is new research linking a lack of Vitamin D to another health condition or disease. But what is Vitamin D and how do we ensure that we have adequate levels? Ealing based Nutritional Therapist Emily Fawell explains
The beauty of a multi disciplinary clinic such as ours at Bridge to Health is that each therapist will have a different approach to dealing with presenting symptoms. The goal of each practitioner will be to bring the patient's body back into balance, but how we each achieve that will be different. We hope what this means for our clients is that they have a choice in how to resolve their health issues. In our monthly team meetings we discuss a particular symptom and each therapist explains their approach. This means that as a team we will become more deeply aware of each others' therapies and be better positioned to recommend our colleagues to our clients. Our first collaborative blog post is on supporting someone who is stressed.
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