Open for osteopathy at The Mews

It is a worrying time for a lot of us at the moment – in the midst of a public health panic with regards to the Corona Virus outbreak. It is important in such times to try to maintain perspective about the real dangers the virus poses to most of us. There are, of course, concerns about the vulnerable, the […]

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Pilates in the Park

Hello – I’m really pleased to share that from this Thursday I will starting a brand new matwork Pilates class in a brand new venue. Pilates in the Park is being held on Thursdays at 1.30pm in the lovely new studio of the Tennis Café in Gildredge park, Eastbourne. I’m envisaging people coming to the class then treating themselves to […]

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Aches and strains in pregnancy

The changes the female body goes through during child-bearing are amazing but they place a lot of strain on the musculo-skeletal system. For example, the deep abdominal muscles get stretched as your baby grows and this supportive muscle sling for the low back weakens. This alters your posture and gait and, along with the softening effects of pregnancy hormones further […]

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Osteopathic standards

Did you know that osteopaths have been regulated by the General Osteopathic Council for over 20 years? The Council was established following the Osteopaths Act (1993). It sets standards of practice and conduct expected of osteopaths. The General Osteopathic Council also holds the list of registered osteopaths. In order to remain on this list after qualification osteopaths have to carry out […]

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First day at The Mews

It’s my first official day providing osteopathic treatment at The Mews and I’m very pleased to be here. Karen Richardson,  who runs the Mews Clinic, popped in to say hello – thank you Karen, it was much appreciated. I’m looking forward to getting to know the local residents, business owners and what Old Town has to offer. I’ve been treating a […]

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