In June, Village Osteopaths said farewell to Martin File who was travelling from Kent to work with Helena. Martin was offered an unmissable opportunity closer to home, we wish him well with his new practice. We are planning that a new osteopath will be joining Helena in September – full details to follow by newsletter once everything […]
To mark their new association, Helena and Martin have commissioned a new logo which you will see on their letterheads, Facebook pages, business cards etc – they hope you like it!
You can find details of Helena’s Dorset practice, Jurassic Coast Osteopathy in Weymouth at her website http://www.jurassiccoastosteopathy.co.uk and on her Facebook page for the clinic https://www.facebook.com/jurassiccoastosteopathy/ . Helena is in Dorset from Wednesdays to Fridays, working in Weymouth and Dorchester; she is also able to see animals in and around the Portland, Weymouth and Dorchester area – contact her […]
Martin is now offering appointments late on Tuesdays (6pm-9pm) and early on Wednesdays (from 7.30am). He is also available for home visits or to give talks to groups on Wednesday evenings if he is not in clinic. Helena is currently in Newdigate on Tuesdays from 8pm-6pm but can sometimes offer emergency appointments on a Monday […]
Welcome to Martin File, who has been covering the clinic while I have been recovering from surgery. I am very pleased to announce that Martin will be staying with the practice on my return from 1st November 2016, initially covering Wednesdays but potentially expanding to include other days. Martin can be contacted directly on 07970 627762.
Exciting times… Newdigate Clinic has moved next door at Greens Farm, to give us more space and light in the treatment room with a ‘cosier’ feel in the waiting area (according to all the patients who have been there) and easier access with much lower steps than the previous room. I am still working the […]
As an osteopath, patients come to me with one problem but often during our conversation and my assessment, it becomes apparent that something else is going on. In the last few months, I’ve had a few patients come in who I’ve known or suspected have had sleep apnoea. So what is sleep apnoea and how […]
Easy ways to fit exercise into your life – how I’m doing it in mine by getting a rebounder.
After SPD last month, another TLA (three-letter acronym) this month – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). CTS is a relatively common problem with symptoms of pain, numbness, tingling/pins & needles in the hand, commonly (but not exclusively) at night, often temporarily relieved by shaking or ‘pumping’ the hand. Sufferers can also experience weakness in the thumb […]
This is pelvic pain that arises predominantly in pregnant women due to the softening effects of pregnancy hormones on the ligaments that support the pelvis. Classically it is felt at the front of the pelvis, but can also be experienced in the groin and low back, and can vary from mild to extremely painful. Typically […]