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Jul 18, 2017

We are very pleased to announce that we have a new Physiotherapist, Jo, at St Judes.  Jo specialises in the musculoskeletal field (bone, muscle or joint conditions)having qualified at The University of Manchester in 2002. She is a fully certified APPI Pilates Instructor and is also qualified to practice acupuncture.

 Jo Dyson physio at St Judes 

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Jun 20, 2017

A member of our Podiatry Team was an invited Guest Speaker at the 1st National Congress for the Association for Podiatry in Romania at the beginning of June

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Jun 7, 2017

Consultant meetings

At St Judes we are constantly updating our skills with regular healthcare professional course and meetings and Moira and Matt have been out and about this month visiting some of our local hospital consultants.

Moira chats with Dr Neal Evans

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May 11, 2017

Interesting article in The Times about the benefits of Pilates rather than painkillers for bad backs following the NICE recommendations:

“"Patients with back pain should consider an exercise programme to help them manage their condition, eg aerobic exercises, strengthening/stretching exercises, pilates, yoga, core-stability exercises.
Being overweight and physical inactivity are two causes of back pain that we can all do something about. Eating a good diet, moving our muscles more and raising our heart rate all help to prevent musculoskeletal problems.
Try physiotherapy, with an exercise programme to mobilise and strengthen your back and core."

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Mar 28, 2017

Moira recently attended a Spire Study Day, organised by the Spire Hospital Harpenden's Sarah Chittenden and Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr James Langdon, and it was a thoroughly enjoyable day.  

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