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Valentine's Day - Loyalty Dollars at Bodyworks

Valentine’s Day – Appreciating the people who trust us

Today is Valentine’s Day, soppy hearts and too expensive roses! And while it might not be your idea of a good time, I do think it’s a great reminder to show the people you love how you feel. Now, I’m afraid I’m going to get a little soppy and emotional, because over the last 15 years I have been repeatedly overwhelmed by the love and support shown to me and…

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Podcast - Healthcare on the Costa del Sol

Introducing our Podcast! Healthcare on the Costa del Sol

Drumroll please! Today we launch the first EVER episode of our new podcast – Healthcare on the Costa del Sol! So you can listen above OR we are on iTunes and Spotify. Please don’t ask me how to do that bit though as I have my in house technical support to do such things! What’s it all about? Over the last 15 years (!) we’ve noticed how many calls and…

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3 S's of successful knee surgery - Bodyworks

Three Simple Steps to successful knee surgery

Surprising topic from me right? But if knee surgery is the best option for you there are 3 simple things that YOU can do to get a better outcome. The 3 S’s of a “happy” knee: Straight Strong (no) Swelling Working to achieve these before and after surgery (ahem or instead of??) will mean that you get the best results. If your knee treatment plan doesn’t include these it’s a…

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Shin Splints - easy to solve with physiotherapy

Shin Splints

Few things are more frustrating for a runner than shin splints. They’re painful, restrict your movement and training and seem difficult to treat. What are Shin Splints? This is a useful “catch all” term for pain in the leg below the knee. But true shin splints are when you have pain only on the inner part of the shin. Although the pain often starts intermittently, running and walking may quickly…

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Vionic January sales - Bodyworks Clinic Marbella

Vionic Shoe Sale

A little belated getting this news out there but we are having a massive sale of our Vionics! 50% OFF!!! Men’s Shoes Bowery BrunoA classic Oxford with laces and stitched details in leather or suedeBlack or BrownSizes EU – 41-46Price: 128€ 64€ Bowery ChaseIn sturdy weather proofed suede this boot will do for a multitude of occasions both smart and casual.BlackSizes EU – 41 – 46Price: 130€ 65€ Irving Adler…

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Craniosacral Osteopathy at Bodyworks for babies

Craniosacral Osteopathy for babies

Our guest post this week is from Geoffrey Wattine, our Craniosacral Osteopath. While Geoffrey treats many adults he is also specially qualified to treat babies and young children (pregnant ladies too!). This week Geoffrey talks about how treatment works for babies, even just as they arrive!  Osteopathy is very beneficial for babies. During birth the baby passes through the pelvis and the head suffers compression. After birth a natural phase…

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6 thing your doctor got wrong about back pain

6 things your Doctor got wrong about back pain

The wonderful, glorious thing about medicine is that it is constantly improving and changing. But it means that keeping up to date on what really works is a job in itself. A British Medical Journal article once estimated that family doctors needed to do 60 hours of reading a WEEK just to have a broad understanding of the changes involved. And that is literally life and death. Is it any…

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The knee-back connection - is your knee causing your back pain?

The Knee / Back Connection

Your body works as a whole unit. A team. And that “work” of moving you forward still needs to be done even if one part doesn’t function that great. So another area picks up the slack. And when that part of the team doing the extra work gets too tired? You get pain. Now, if this is the situation it doesn’t matter how much fabulous treatment you get in the…

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Working as a physiotherapist in Spain

Getting a job as a physiotherapist in Spain

Every year, in January and over the summer I am contacted by physiotherapists who have read this article which I wrote a very looooooooong time ago. So I thought it time to update this a little with the information that I generally add when I get the emails! Estelle Mitchell, a UK-qualified physiotherapist with more than 26 *ahem, it’s more like 40 now! years’ experience, came to work in southern…

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Bells Palsy - physiotherapy and acupuncture can reduce effects

Face Drop – Bell’s Palsy

You’ve woken up and looked at yourself in the mirror, one half of your face has dropped and you are unable to make it move. Your first thought is, “OMG I’ve had a stroke!” Check FAST F – Face drooping A – Arm Weakness S – Speech Difficulty T – Time to call an ambulance (dial 061 in Andalucia) If these don’t apply then you could have a facial palsy…

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