Treatment that delivers better results
The NHS recommends that adults do at least 2 1/2 hours of moderate exercise a week to manage problems with their joints and muscles.
Physical activity can:
- Decrease stress
- Decrease anxiety
- Increase sleep quality
- Increase energy levels
- Increase the release of pain reducing hormones, such as endorphins
Activities such as brisk walking, dancing and hiking can be great ways to stay active, which do not involve any cost or specialist equipment.
There are many reasons why maintaining a healthy weight is good for you. However, many do not consider how being overweight can contribute to pain.
Besides reducing the pressure on the joints having extra body fat can increase inflammation in the joints and as a result increase your pain and recovery times.
We understand accessing the right information can difficult and often confusing. If you would like further information about losing weight please talk to one of our team or click the button below.
Support for those looking to stop smoking has never been higher. Whatever your reasons for considering stopping smoking, many do not consider the effect smoking is having to their pain.
Smoking slows down the healing process and leads to the deterioration of our body and its systems.
Stopping smoking will help your body recover quicker and decrease your pain, leading to you being able to enjoy an active lifestyle again.
For further information about stopping smoking or for support in your area please talk to one of our team or click the button below.