There are so many ways to exercise and
even a small amount is beneficial to our health.
“Movement – Both Funcion and Expression of Life”
We all know that regular physical activity has health benefits, including weight control, strengthening the heart, bones and muscles and reducing the risk of certain diseases. Recently, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine found that just one session of moderate exercise can also act as an anti-inflammatory. The findings have exciting implications for chronic diseases like arthritis, fibromyalgia and for more complex conditions, like obesity.
Even 20 minutes can act as anti-inflammatory
Unfortunately, many people who want to start exercising have issues that stop them exercising or make it uncomfortable or painful to exercise. This could be because of painful joints, stiff back or even lack of confidence in their body’s ability.
Our bodies are designed to move. We love the feel the feeling of movement and all the benefits that exercise brings to our health and the postive impact it has on those around us. We’d love you to be able to feel the same.
So, if you feel that your body is not up to it yet and want to find out if we might be able to help you. Come in for our weekly, free, no obligation Talk. Have a look at this short clip for more info.
Do you know someone who loves making a difference? Motivated by health and fitness? Energetic and willing to go the extra mile? Do they have great customer service and communication skills?
…then they could run our busy reception area with a wide variety of duties, delivering brilliant customer service to our patients. They will also learn about health and wellness and how to support and educate our clients and members.
For full details and application process click here: Chiropractic Assistant
Maple Leaf Reception Area
You have the greatest chance of finishing a marathon by getting to the start line Injury Free.
To help you recover and stop those little niggles becoming injuries, we have a Special Offer:
Come in to see Rachael, our Sports Rehabilitation Therapist, she is a Marathon runner herself and has a wealth of practical and clinical experience and will help ease those sore legs after your long runs.
“Aah that feels so good”
Our Special Offer:
- 5 x 30 minute Sports Massages
- 1 hour post race recovery massage
- for just £225 (normally £260).
Not doing the Marathon but know someone who is? Why not buy them this package and show them they have your support and admiration?
Call 01932 820 400 to book your visits
and make recovery part of your training
offer valid till 8 May 2016
A 2014 study in the prestigious journal Spine found that seniors (66 and over) that received chiropractic care had a 76% lower rate of injury within seven days of treatment when compared to the subjects that went to their GP, for a neuromusculoskeletal complaint. That’s a big difference!
Chiropractic is safe for all ages
Did you know? The risks of adverse reaction to painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs increases in the elderly. Advise you parents and grandparents that chiropractic is safe for them and doesn’t have the risks of serious side effects like drugs do.
Chiropractic – Safe, Gentle, Effective for All Ages
Sports / Rehab Therapist
Do you love making a difference? Are you energetic and willing to go the extra mile? Do you have great massage, rehab and communication skills? Are you open-minded and wanting to learn new ways to optimise peoples health?
Then you could be a key member of our Team. We are looking for a full time Sports / Rehab Therapist to work alongside our experienced chiropractor in Weybridge, Surrey.
You’ll be taking over and expanding, an existing patient base and practising within our Integrated Wellness Model. You’ll be helping people of all ages out of pain, improving their function and moving them toward a wellness lifestyle with improved health and performance.
Please send 1 Page CV and brief covering email motivating why you are a great candidate to: @ email
(To start in December, closing date for applications: 31 October 2015)