Category Archives: General

January update from Rhys: Aspirations for 2018

05 Feb, 2018

Hi to all our lovely patients at Fiona Passey Osteopaths. As a special January update I wanted to share with you a little bit about my aspirations for the year both professionally and personally. I hope that this may provide a little inspiration for you, maybe give you a few ideas as to your yearly…
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What to Do When You Sustain an Injury

26 Sep, 2017

Most of us will sprain or strain muscles and joints at some point, but it’s what you do when it happens that matters. While it might be tempting to just carry on regardless, taking the time to react appropriately can save you hurting yourself even more. In addition, not all sprains and strains hurt straight…
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Should We Start 2016 With a New Approach To Our Health?

25 Jan, 2016

The answer to this question is a resounding yes. We have all got through the festive season, the decorations have been taken down and the New Year has begun. You may not be the kind of person who makes New Year resolutions, or you may be the kind that always does. Whichever kind of person…
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The History of Osteopathy and Osteopathy Today

01 Jul, 2015

Did you know that osteopathic medicine is now 141 years old? The term osteopathy was first coined in 1874 by Dr Andrew Taylor Still MD DO, a physician and surgeon Kansas State and Territorial legislator, free state leader and also one of the founders of Baker University. Born in 1828, Dr Still is widely recognised…
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5 Tips For Improving Your Health in 2015

26 Feb, 2015

It is likely that many of you will have made several New Year’s resolutions in January; many to do with being generally fitter and healthier in 2015. By taking a few small steps to improve your health, you can benefit from a leaner frame, lower the risk of many diseases, illnesses and complaints, and give…
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