2019 is going to be our best year yet. Yes, we have moved down the road to Worle High Street, Weston Super Mare. See our location page for a map of how to find us. Whats Changed? We have taken
Cyber Monday and Black Friday both made their way over here from the states. Whilst us Brits may traditionally concern ourselves with the last postal date before Christmas, or getting the tree down by 5th January. There is no avoiding
The Koru Clinic Evening Special The Event you have all been asking for is finally on its way Friday 17th November, please join us at The Koru Clinic for a night of Amazing Specials and Christmas Gift Specials.
Osteopathic treatment largely depends on the person and their presenting complaint, I certainly wouldn’t treat your granny the same way I would treat the local rugby team! Although I do treat some pretty tough elderly patients and some comparatively
Osteopathy in Bristol £11 OFF This month we’re giving all our patients £11 off Osteopathy treatment in Bristol, for new and existing patients (limit: one use per customer). We want to help everyone feel great this year. With the new
Monday 21st 8am – 7.30pm Tuesday 22nd 8am – 7.30pm Wednesday 23rd 8am – 4pm Thursday 24th – Closed Christmas Day – Closed Boxing Day – Closed Monday 28th Closed – Emergency appointments only Tuesday 29th 8am – 6pm Wednesday 30th 8am
Posture pain can be a big distraction. If you have read our article on good posture at work you will have a good idea of what changes occur in our bodies and what can cause pain whilst seated at a
Let’s face it, we’re not designed to spend every hour of the day locked indoors, staring at a screen, and desperately tapping away at the keyboard trying to get our work done! Prolonged sitting is no good for us, and
I read the in the news about the toddler Jaxon Taylor, this really caught me and hit home as my own son is of similar age. If you missed it, here’s a brief overview; Jaxon Taylor a sixteen month old
Shin splints can be really frustrating. They can ruin an entire season of running if not kept in check. Also known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), can be described as pain bellow the knee along the inner part leg.