Early Autumn News letter
With such balmy warm days it is hard to remember that we are now in October and that the Winter will soon be upon us. One client was appalled to discover Christmas puddings on sale in Seaford last week!
Although Autumn and Winter are seen by some to be horrible, cold, and wet seasons they do have some redeeming factors. Snuggled up warm indoors on a blustery evening, kicking up piles of leaves as you walk through the woods, Pubs with open fires and winter ales, buying something for yourself on a Christmas shopping trip, Christmas dos, Bonfire nights, Mulled wine, the beautiful colours of the leaves as they turn, time to plan next year’s adventures.
Make the most of Winter
This time of year has a lot going for it unless you are feeling ill, then the cold, wet, and blustery weather can be just too much.
Here are six tips to help you stay healthy during the Autumn and Winter:-
Come for a treatment between now and the end of October and receive a free 60 tablet pot of Lamberts 1000mg time release vitamin C. (Limited to one pot per client.)
My days they are a changing
As my lovely wife is starting a part time post Graduate diploma I have changed my hours to cover the tea time rush on Fridays. So from Wednesday the 7 of October I will be available at TheBlue Room at the following days and times:-
Wednesday 10:00 until 5:00
Thursday 10:00 until 7:30
Friday 9:00 until 4:00
Saturday 9:00 until 4:00
I do hope that this doesn’t cause you any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you soon.
Client of the week
I recently saw a young man in his early twenties who experienced pain in his shoulder whilst attempting pushing exercises at the gym; mainly bench press. This problem had been bothering him for about six months this time although it had bothered him in the past for much shorter periods of time.
On investigation I discovered the pain was localised in the origin of his Triceps muscle on the back of his arm and that it was extending the forearm against resistance which caused the pain. Both his Triceps and Bicep on that arm were very tight which could be attributed to the repetitive nature of his work.
I loosened his muscles and we discussed how he could alternate the way he does his work to rest the damaged area and when and where to ice the affected area.
When he left he had a pain free range of movement, including pushing movements against resistance.
“Family and Friends are hidden treasures, seek them and enjoy their riches”
The Dalai Lama
Call the clinic on 01323 899563 to make an appointmentor call me on 07941 348312 to discuss how I can help.
With Best Wishes Ian