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Good advice........🐾 Arthritis treatment on a budget 🐾

The body is designed to work multiple planes of movement, i.e. forwards, backwards, sideways and in rotation, but not continuously or repetitively in any one. Also, not continuously at one pace/gait or speed - repetitive motions like ball/stick/frisbee chasing can easily cause injury and speed up the progression of arthritis and chronic pain!

Choose less repetitive and lower impact activities.
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Next week, commencing 1st June, I will be slowly returning to business-hooray!! It will be a staged return, with risk assessments for every client and careful infection control measures. So not quite back to normal, but a step in the right direction. Be great to see you all!
I'll be getting in touch directly with those clients that have been cancelled over the past 2 months, but if you'd like to private message me/email/text/ring, that's absolutely fine.
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This is an excellent guide. The body is pretty amazing at healing itself - just needs a bit of time to do so. If you come back into work too early, the injury becomes chronic and will keep flaring up. Resting is sometimes the hardest medicine!This straightforward little graphic gives some food to thought when it comes to rehab and recovery times... ... See MoreSee Less

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The clinic remains closed at present - awaiting further risk assessment and advice - believe me when I say I have weighed up every eventuality!! Stay safe one and all 😁 ... See MoreSee Less

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Here's hoping that you're all well out there..........all appointments still postponed until further notice - definitely for this and next week. Keep safe, and hopefully see you in the not too distant future. ... See MoreSee Less

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