3 March 2019

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

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Nainesh Vasistha, of Thame Therapy Clinic explains how a well-functioning lymphatic system contributes to healthy body tissue and plays an important part in the body’s immune responses. Most people are familiar with the body’s circulatory system that carries blood to and from the tissues, but few understand there is another equally vital system of vessels – […]

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6 January 2019

Are Retained Reflexes holding your child back? Could Neuro Developmental Therapy help?

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An increasing number of children are currently being labelled with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD’s), attention deficit disorders (ADD & ADHD), dyslexia, dyspraxia, auditory, visual & sensory processing disorders etc. Many struggle meanwhile with non-specific difficulties such as classroom learning, movement control, social interactions, concentration and even emotional maturity. Many ‘labels’ have a medical reference, which […]

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5 December 2018

Food intolerance & sensitivity testing


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Do you suffer with abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, nausea, headaches? These can be some of the symptoms associated with intolerance or sensitivity to certain foods. Vega Testing can test for sensitivity to substances such as wheat, dairy, pollens and chemicals, as well as testing for vitamin and mineral imbalance. As a Vega practitioner, I […]

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3 October 2018

Treating injuries with Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

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Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy is the treatment of any problem affecting soft tissues, muscles and joints. The term musculoskeletal pain covers a very wide range of conditions often caused by an injury to the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments or nerves. This can be caused by number of factors including jerky movements, car accidents, falls, fractures, sprains, […]

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1 May 2018

What Exercises are Good for Me?

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Osteopaths are often asked to advise clients on appropriate levels of exercise as well as specific exercises for injured joints and muscles. Ebony Jacklin, Osteopath at Thame Therapy Clinic, explains the thinking behind exercise… Exercise is essential to keep us healthy. The government recommends that adults should do at least two and half hours of […]

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