If you’re tired of cold weather and rain, you’re probably wishing you could go on holiday for a week or two. Well, if you’ve been looking for an excuse to book a flight to an exotic destination, the good news is that it could be just what you need to boost your bone health.
You’ve probably seen athletes using foam rollers in the gym, but what do they actually do?
Foam rolling is a therapy technique that can boost flexibility, improve recovery, and increase the joints’ range of movement. Essentially, using a foam roller prompts myofascial release, directly affecting areas that are tight within the myofascial by relaxing the muscles being rolled.
Maximising your bone health is important to live a healthy, active life, but the good news is that there are lots of fun activities you can add to your weekend that boost your bone health while still ensuring you enjoy your leisure time. Here are some top tips to try.
Staying active is important for your joint health and your overall well-being. However, injuries can happen, and often, they involve the knees. There are a number of common problems that can affect your knees. Tendinitis, meniscus tears, sprained ligaments and even old injuries that haven’t been properly treated can cause pain.
Actress and blogger Kate Winney has recently featured Anisha on her blog, Little Miss Winney. She discussed an injury she sustained at the gym and the constant pain it had been causing her. However, after treatment from the “incredible, FIVE STAR, best person ever, miracle healer osteopath Anisha Joshi” she is on the road to recovery.
It is no secret that over the years I have been able to treat a number of musicians in my practice. One thing that always fascinates me about these people is the impact that using your voice, as well as using a microphone has. Especially on your body.