Health & Wellbeing

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Obesity & Weight Loss: The struggles & how to overcome them

Since the government linked obesity with COVID-19 risk factors, weight-loss seems to be the topic on everyone’s minds. With conflicting information available at the touch of a button, S&C Coach Andy Reay wants to set the record straight.

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My Coronavirus Experience

Covid-19 has affected all our lives, some more than others. Physiotherapist Stephen Armstrong explains his personal experience of Covid-19 and the steps he took during the early period of lockdown.

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To Stretch or not to Stretch? That Is The (Runners’) Question

If you are a runner who stretches before and after a run, you’re likely in the majority. Physiotherapist Stephen Armstrong explores the facts behind stretching for runners and if it really is as helpful as we’ve been led to believe.

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Mental Health Awareness Week: Checking in with Ourselves & Others

The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 is kindness. Due to the current environment, Physiotherapist Cameron Siandri explians why it is more important than ever to check in with others, but to also show yourself kindness.

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Calcium and Vitamin D: Implications for Social Distancing 

Although current restrictions make it more difficult to access the outdoors for our daily dose of Vitamin D, our Medical Director & Consultant Rheumatologist gives some advice on ways we can still achieve this.

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Covid-19 and Arthritis

Dr John Etherington, Medical Director & Consultant Rheumatologist, explores the links between the Covid-19 symptoms of joint and muscle pain, and the risk for those with Arthritis.

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Back Pain; Acute and Chronic

In this article, we’re going to look at two different scenarios between acute (short term) back pain and persistent / chronic (long term) back pain, and how the nervous system can influence the outcome.

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That Ankle Sprain will be fine! Will It?

Ankle sprains are a common injury, for which you might think that after a bit of rest, it will resolve itself. Physiotherapist Stephen Armstrong explains why these injuries shouldn’t be overlooked.