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We Love to See the Back of You

If you’re suffering from a painful condition like #sciatica #tenniselbow #frozenshoulder #headaches #musclespasms #fibromyalgia #backpain #neckpain # #sportsinjuries #arthriticconditions #strains #jointpain #footpain #anklepain and many more, give us a call or perhaps just book a Diagnostic Assessment on line. You could be saying goodbye to that pain!!!

Contact our Corringham, Thurrock clinic on 01375 678877 or Thundersley, Benfleet on 01268 774249

 
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Posted by on June 15, 2021 in Clinic News

 

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Sports Massage is for Everyone

You don’t have to be a sporty person or a performer to benefit from #sportsmassagetherapy – this therapy is great for everyone, even the most avid couch potato!! Helps to relieve #stress. Can help reduce #anxiety. Can manage #lowbackpain. Can aid #postsurgeryrecovery and so much more. Our Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist @nicolalouisestt is very busy but happy to open more treatment appointments when necessary.

Call our Thurrock clinic on 01375 678877 for more details or to book an appointment.

 
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Posted by on September 24, 2020 in Conditions & Treatments

 

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New Home for Thurrock Clinic

Cedar Hall Clinic, based in Stanford le Hope for the last ten years has moved to a larger premises, just 9 minutes by car up the road to the bustling hub of Corringham Town Centre.

The new practice at 14 Grover Walk, Corringham, Essex SS17 7LY, has three treatment rooms which will allow patients more treatment time options. The directors of the clinic Sara Lovett & Jacki Milne are looking to employ another Osteopath and one or two Sports Massage therapists to complete a very busy treatment team.

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We look forward to welcoming both our regular and new patients to the new clinic. Our phone number remains unchanged at 01375 678877

 
 

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🌶️Did you know that Chillies are good for you🌶️

1. Chilli Peppers help Your Immune System
Due to their high content of vitamins, specifically Vitamins A and C, Chilli peppers have long been valued as a powerful immunity booster.

2. Chilli Peppers help to ramp up your metabolism. Capsaicin is the compound that is the source of a Chilli pepper’s spiciness. It is an alkaloid compound found primarily within the seeds and veins of a pepper, and it seems to be a veritable fount of good health. It is thought that the heat you experience as you eat the Chilli can also increase your body temperature. Known in the scientific community as thermogenesis, this production of heat requires increased work from your metabolism.

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3. Chilli Peppers could be enhancing your Heart Health. The benefits of capsaicin don’t end with metabolic support. This amazing compound has been shown to help in the reduction of cholesterol and triglyceride levels while reducing the risk of blood clot formation. Reducing these risk factors in your cardiovascular system translates into lowered risks of suffering a heart attack, stroke or deadly blood clot.

4. Chilli Peppers could be reducing body wide inflammation. Capsaicin seems to be a sort of Jack-of-all-trades in relation to the health of human body, supporting and maintaining the health of nearly all of our major systems. It has been shown to be a powerful anti-inflammatory, actually inhibiting the action of certain peptides in the body that cause irritation and swelling. Pain, such as arthritis, headaches, sinus pressure and muscle and joint aches, are usually caused by inflammatory responses that your body produces in an attempt to eradicate an irritant.

5. Chilli Peppers – helping to fight against Diabetes.
Research has shown that eating meals containing Chilli peppers can be highly beneficial for those suffering from diabetes. It seems that Chillies reduce the amount of insulin needed to digest food, translating into a lowered overall level of blood sugar. This reduction in insulin production also helps to reduce the strain on the liver, leading to a more fully functional enzyme cascade within the digestive system.

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Posted by on February 25, 2020 in Pain Free Living

 

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