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This is the place to get heaps of FREE advice on how to fix the problem you are suffering from.

They say education is power!

As you explore the health and wellbeing topics I love to write about, see how easy it can be to make HUGE changes in your life.

It doesn’t have to be complicated. Your body and mind will thank you for it.

How We Can Help Bladder, Bowel, Pelvic Pain and Prolapse Problems

If you follow the the HealthHub Facebook page you will know that Wendy recently went on a course in Canada. This course was all about treating women with pelvic girdle pain, stress urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and diastasis rectus abdominus and was taught by Diane Lee.

Wendy has...

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Move Update

Well, things are all happening at our new premises at the top of Fore St in St John’s Place. Walls are up, rooms have been created, studio formed, painting has started, electrics sorted, doors picked….the list goes on.

We are really excited about the move and anticipate another 12...

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Exciting News… We’re Moving!

Yes, it is true, in early 2016 the HealthHub is moving to a fab new premises!

We are moving to St John’s Place at the top of Fore St to the old St John’s Ambulance building. We are refurbishing the existing building into a fab new space that will be purpose designed to suit our needs....

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How Physiotherapy can help knee pain

Do you have to hold on to the rail when going up or down stairs to avoid painful twinges? Are you troubled by an alarming grating sound in your knee when you get up from a chair? Join the club: knee problems are painfully common, with an estimated one in four adults affected at some point, the...

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NEW…Balance, Mobility & Bone Strength Pilates

We are starting a special new Pilates group for those people who find getting into a lying down position on the floor from standing difficult.

Pilates is perfect for older adults as it is a controlled form of exercise focusing on functional movements.
As people get older they can lose the ability...

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10 Top Things To Remember During Pregnancy

1: Take time to get to know your body and be proud of it! As your pregnancy progresses, you go through labour, delivery and the first few months afterwards, your body does some absolutely AMAZING things. It is a thing to marvel at and be proud of. So many of us aren’t big fans of our own...

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Forgetting to do your exercises? Use an App to remind you!

Pelvic floor exercises can be really effective in the treatment of women with urinary incontinence (UI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP).

 

However, it can be difficult to remember to do the exercises given to you by your physiotherapist, especially when you have been asked to do them at...

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ConnectTherapy….The Evolution of the ISM (Integrated Systems Model)
When you hear us talking about “ISM” at the HealthHub I often wondered what you thought we were talking about. A new computer system perhaps? It was actually a model for pain and disability that guided our assessment and treatment, considering you as a whole person and identifying...
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Acupuncture Awareness Week

The first week of March is Acupuncture Awareness week.

Acupuncture is one of the many skills employed within physiotherapy as part of an integrated approach to the management of pain and inflammation. Physiotherapists base their treatments on scientific research and clinical evidence that...

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Your Body After Baby

After a vaginal or cesarean delivery your pelvic floor and abdominal muscles will have been hugely stretched and possibly damaged which can make it harder to get them working well again afterwards.

Your body will heal on its own but it is important for you to know what is normal and what...

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Back Pain - Stop Worrying About What Do to Do & Start Doing This Instead….
 

Every day in clinic I get so so sad hearing the stories some people have been through on their journey to the HealthHub and the treatment room. It breaks my heart how much and how long people suffer before they get access to the right information and treatment that can literally change...

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Managing Common Rheumatological Problems with Complimentary Therapies

The Medical research charity Arthritis Research UK launched its evidence-based report in January 2013 titled ‘Practitioner-based complementary therapies for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia and lowback pain’, using results from randomised clinical...

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