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Adductor Tendinopathy

                Adductor tendinopathy is a common source of groin pain. The main function of these adductor muscles is to pull the legs together. Causes and risk factors-Most tendon injuries are the result of gradual wear and tear to the tendon from the person being twisted in their pelvis, […]

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Improve digestion to beat depression

                Many of you that come into our clinic are on Antidepressants, so I thought it was important to teach you all how you can beat depression, by improving your digestion. Digestive dysfunction is one of the biggest presenters in my  office. Digestion can be improved by the […]

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Reasons To Have A Massage

                Massage can: Stimulate the lymph system, the body’s natural defence, against toxic invaders. Relax and soften injured and overused muscles, reducing spasms and cramping. Provide arthritis relief by increasing joint flexibility. Reduce recovery time for strenuous workouts and eliminate subsequent pains of the athlete at any level. […]

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Abdominal Massage and Gut Health

                Abdominal Massage and GUT Health Did you know that a large  proportion of the population have digestive problems?  The cause of this is a       combination of the  Mother passing on a poor variety of bacteria to the foetus; antibiotic use in the first 3 years of life; […]

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Benefits of Massage

                Massage has been shown to: –  Boost your alertness and attention – Strengthen your body’s immune system by increasing killer cells – Increase endorphins, promoting relaxation and a sense of wellbeing – Relieve pain – Reduce cortisol and noradrenaline, which slows your heart and     respiratory rate,   lowers […]

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KT Tape

                Unlike rigid tape, which many people find too stiff and restrictive, Kinesiology Therapeutic Tape is stretchy and is quickly becoming the preferred tape used by practitioners and athletes.  

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How to keep Warm

But seriously don’t actually do this! The following are much better ways to stay warm as well as healthy in the colder months Have frequent MASSAGES, saunas, steams an baths to stimulate circulation and warmth in the winter.    Sex is also encouraged, if you needed an excuse! Practice yoga, such as sun salutations and deep […]

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Dry Needling

Dry Needling plus is an approach to  musculoskeletal dry needling that does not emphasise (though does not exclude) the location and treatment of trigger points in the intramuscular tissue. It is a fusion of traditional meridian therapy and a variety of needling techniques      applied based on a system of light         palpation,    tissue sensitivity and       movement […]

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Chronic Pain & Nerve Pain

Chronic pain & Nerve Pain Triggers may Include Emotional & Physical Trauma (injury), Painkillers,  Poor  or Insufficient sleep- Leading to excess caffeine and sugar consumption and  Adrenal fatigue, Magnesium deficiency, Leaky Gut. Where to get help Chiropractic Adjustments: Studies shown patients with neck pain who used a chiropractor were more than twice as likely to […]

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Rewa Skipper| Massage Therapist

 24 Hour Cancellation Policy applies or a fee is charged

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