Bridge to Health Blog
Bridge to Health Blog
Jenny Middleton
Rehabilitation Pilates Teacher

There is no detour around the aging process. The fact is, as we age, we lose bone mass (Osteopenia) and gain conditions like Arthritis which result in pain and decreased flexibility in the joints.

Harry Rogers M.Ost DO ND

Registered Osteopath at Bridge To Health

When we’re young, most of us take our skeleton for granted. It may fracture or even break from time to time, but on the whole, it is an unobtrusive constant. It works tirelessly to provide both protection and pose without any real effort on our part.

Mathieu Rossano BSc (Hons) Ost Med DO ND
Practice Principle and Registered Osteopath

It’s a wonderful life, and it’s getting better all the time!  The Office of National Statistics predicted last year that, by 2041, life expectancy would exceed 86 years for women and 83 years for men. This will also be creeping up further over time.

Holly Clarkson M. Ost DO ND BPA
Registered Osteopath

As an osteopath, I’m regularly asked about the effects on the spine associated with prolonged sitting.  Here’s what I have to say on the matter.
Giulietta Durante
Nutritional Therapist

We know that sitting is bad for us (if you didn’t know it before reading this newsletter you’ll definitely know it now!) Have you heard the phrase “sitting is the new smoking”? It may sound like quite a dramatic statement but it’s sadly true.