I talk a lot about chronic pain, mainly because the majority of my clients suffer from it. Having just studied acute pain, I thought it might be helpful to write something about it. Hopefully my ramblings will help prevent a few people’s pain from becoming chronic. So often I hear ‘I dislocated my shoulder ten years ago’ or… Continue reading The sharp end of pain >
Wow, you’re tall – how tall are you?” Is a question I often get. At just shy of 6’ I am above average height for both men and women in the UK, so I suppose it is not a surprising, if somewhat blunt, question. However, this is not the most inconvenient thing about being tall.… Continue reading The Heady Heights
For my new followers, as well as a massage therapist, I am also a keen runner. During these crazy times, it has definitely been a sanity saviour. An opportunity to get out the house, have some time to myself, discover new places and just think about putting one foot in front of the other. As well as… Continue reading Racing Again!
It has been a while since I've written anything but a conversation at the weekend prompted me to have a go again. The main reason I haven't is I don't seem to have had the time. Summer holidays without a moment to myself, then ramping up the marathon training to 3 hour runs, meant that… Continue reading Time is an Illusion
As some of you know I like to partake in the odd bit of running. Having gone from a hater to a begrudging participator over the last few years, I now think I am getting to the lover stage. Today is Global Running Day and although I am not meant to be running today (and will struggle… Continue reading The Running Bug