Our team of Osteopaths answer the question on every new patient's lips "What is the difference between Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists?"
The 2nd November was Stress Awareness Day. Were you aware or were you too busy to notice?! Osteopath Mathieu Rossano describes the impact that stress can have on our bodies and how Bridge to Health can help you be more resilient.
Giulietta Durante, our Uxbridge based Nutritionist, discusses the health consequences of technology and suggests how to undergo a digital detox
Jackie Graham, Acupuncturist shares a case study where she used Acupuncture to help someone with a long standing whiplash injury
Have you seen the last of your children off to University? Are you struggling with the peace and quiet in the house? Read counsellor Deborah Kerr's blog post on Empty Nest Syndrome to find out how to deal with the lastest change in your life.
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. This blog post focusses on how each discipline would respond to a client complaining of headaches.
Are you suffering from post-holiday blues? Are you struggling to get back to normality? Psychotherapist, Deborah Kerr shares her top tips for managing the transition from holiday to work
Osteopath and runner, Sian Smith, shares her top five tips for injury free running
Acupuncturist Jackie Graham discusses the practice of Cupping, which became front page news during the Rio Olympics