Ma-Shiatsu – Shiatsu – Marie Krnakova:
Enjoy the spirit of shiatsu with it’s non-intrusive touch, allowing warmth and invoking the bodies natural healing response. The focus of this touch is directed along energy channels called meridians and restore balance found within the meridian system of the body. Focus on your whole wellbeing with this wonderful, calming and restorative therapy. Visit www.ma-shiatsu.co.uk or call 07949 453867
Shiatsu – Pete Anderson:
Providing pain relief and releasing tension, this age old hands – on Japanese tradition applys pressure,
Bowen Technique - Randy Barber:
Bowen Therapy is a form of hands on therapy in which gentle rolling type moves are applied across muscles, tendons and ligaments. These moves are made at precise locations and in a specific sequence with short rest periods in between during which your body responds to the work. Clients are not required to undress as the therapy can be applied through light clothing. Bowen is thought to profoundly affect connective tissue in the body, releasing adhesions and areas of muscular holding. It promotes relaxation, improves energy, enhances mobility, and promotes deeper more restful sleep. For further information visit www.nottinghammassage.com or call 07743 495588
Physiotherapist – Gary Fleming:Gary Fleming
Private Specialist in IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) Physiotherapist offering full service for ailments such as chronic pain; a specialised dry needling technique devised for chronic pain of neuropathic origin. The effects are cummulative, needling stimulates a certain amount of healing, until eventually, the condition is healed and the pain disappears, sometimes lasting for up to 20 years. Weekly treatments available. Call 07891 447226 to arrange an appointment at the Bay Therapy Centre.
As a Biomechanics Coach, I am trained in intrinsic biomechanics and will be able to perform a full-body biomechanical screen, establishing any areas of mechanical weakness in you.
I can screen your shoulders, pelvis, knees, feet, nerves and muscles to see if they are functioningLibby Upton
correctly. If not, then I will be able to tell you whether that’s due to genetic issues or something that’s developing due to poor technique, posture problems, inadequate rehabilitation or ergonomic set up.
Once this has been established I will prescribe you an exercise programme to help eradicate the problems identified. I suggest periodical re-testing to evaluate progress, with the programme modified accordingly. Biomechanics coaching has been shown to improve performance and help prevent injury.
I also offer Sports Massage which will include a mini Biomechanics Assessment of the pelvis, shoulders and sciatic nerve. The massage will focus on the muscles that are weak, tight or in spasm and you will be prescribed a series of exercises that you can do at home to complement the treatment.
For more information please visit my website or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or www.humanmovementsystems.com Facebook: facebook.com/hmsgb Twitter: humanmovementgb
or please call 07983 592147.
Neurological Physiotherapist – Rob Tucker MCSP:
This is a specialist form of physiotherapy for those who have damage to their nervous system i.e. brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerves. Such damage can lead to difficulty with moving, posture, co-ordination, standing, walking, balance, reaching and grasping. These in turn will impact on your confidence and independence. Physiotherapy will guide and assist your movement to regain co-ordination and posture. It uses stretches and massage to improve flexibility whilst exercises build strength and endurance. Re-learning balance strategies will improve your functional ability and boost confidence. We provide specialised, tailored physiotherapy to an extensive range of patients including: stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, MS, Parkinsons disease, reduced mobility, balance or strength. Please call Rob for a consultation on: 07726 928626 or email: email@example.com
Richard Moore – Osteopath
Promoting health for you and your family…starting in January 2013
Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. It works with the structure and function of the body, and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together. It is suitable for everyone from the young to the not-so-young, both during and after pregnancy and for those of us who suffer from aches and pains.
Your first appointment will last for around 60 minutes as we talk through your medical history and perform a number of relevant tests before diagnosing and treating. Follow-up appointments last 30 minutes. To book an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07990 548519 or visit www.mooreosteopathy.co.uk