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A New Year, A New You

By Physiotherapist Joseph Maynard

With the start of a new year should come the start of new goals and aspirations, and what better way to start than on the front foot of your health and well being.

Physiotherapy has been clinically proven to be the leading physical modality in the prevention of musculoskeletal pain and restrictions. If you have been suffering anything from low back pain, repetitive soft tissue injuries to chronic and persisting knee pain, that may have been limiting your goals to live a healthier and more active life in 2017. Then start 2018 in a better place.

With our specialisation in diagnostic and preventative medicine, and vast experience and skills in treatment and advice, we can help set you up for an active and pain free 2018.

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Why Babies Cry

Join Osteopath/Physiotherapist Esther Martinez at a FREE event at Babies and Beyond to learn more about why babies cry and their emotional needs.

RSVP: or call 04 430 8900.

Testimonial: Pregnancy Massage with Marilyne Lopes

Reyan Haider recently had a pregnancy massage session for back pain relief with our Women’s Health Specialist/Physiotherapist, Marilyne Lopes at our Dubai Healthcare City Branch.

Read her testimonial on Instagram.

Wellness Wednesday @ Babies and Beyond

Join Women’s Health Specialist/Physiotherapist Marilyne Lopes at a FREE event at Babies and Beyond to learn more about staying fit during pregnancy and, learn the contra-indications and safety guidelines to have a safe and fit pregnancy.

RSVP: or call 04 430 8900.

Overeating and Low Energy

As the travelling season comes to an end and most of us are back in town, maybe you realize that enjoying the local cuisine, wherever you have been during summers, can easily turn into the habit of overeating!

Overeating, late night meals and food sensitivities can make the mind and body go numb and leave you feeling drained. Food and digestion processes influence the body’s pH level. When the pH level is out of its optimal balance, the nervous system does not function properly which can affect your mind and mood.

Next month will be dedicated to getting back into shape and settling into a good (work) routine. Even better if you plan to integrate some health-conscious exercises and stress prevention techniques.

It is also a good time for a food plan that avoids empty calories but provides you with an abundance of nutrients while promoting a healthy metabolism. If you are tired of feeling full and heavy after your meals – want to avoid running on low energy levels and need to lift some brain fog – get some health advice and let your lifestyle choices improve your well-being. It often only requires some small tweaks to your everyday routine to improve your health and prevent disease.

Schedule an appointment with Tina Krombach, Homeopath/ Naturopath, to assess your constitution and individual health plan. Call 043487366 or 044232096 or book online.