Author Archive: Sollus Healthcare

Muscle cramps, what they are and what you can do about them…

A common problem among our clients is muscle cramps so we thought we would do some research and report on the latest advice to save you spending hours on the internet trying to find the relevant information. What are muscle cramps? Muscle cramps can range from an inconvenience lasting a few seconds to severely debilitating …

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Our Disability Strength & Conditioning courses are dead – Long live Disability Health & Fitness!!…

As it has been a while since our last blog entry we thought we should let you know what we have been up to in the last few months. The 3rd Strength & Conditioning (S&C) course ended in December, 2014 so this post is about that course and how the next one will be more …

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More training for disabled athletes and what happened last time….

Regular readers of my blog will know that I have a lot of involvement with people with disabilities, especially the sporty ones. Late last year I worked with Kevin Jane (world champion powerlifter) and Mark Lewis (Lewis Personal Training) to deliver a strength and conditioning course for disabled athletes to prove there was a demand …

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The difference between an osteopath, chiropractor and a physiotherapist is….

A question I am often asked is ‘what is the difference between an osteopath, a chiropractor and a physiotherapist and who would be the best person for me to see?’ Here is my attempt at a simple answer which I hope makes sense, but if there is anything you are not sure about please feel …

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A training program for disabled athletes…

Well not sure where the last 4 months have gone, but they seem to have flown by!! When I started this blog I was going to try to post at least 1 article a month and here I am, a third of a year later finally completing the next instalment. The good news is that …

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Something about me….

When I am treating ‘a client’ i.e. you, it is your time and all about resolving your problems. I thought that I would make my first blog entry a short history about me just in case you were wondering who I am and why I chose to be an osteopath (on the other hand you …

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