We have created an environment that helps health professionals develop their knowledge, build their brand and grow visibility for what they do, allowing them to take back time for life and what they love.
My experience from ill health is that you end up in a system not knowing where to turn or what your options are. You can find a great medical team who can help you within their specialism but the health sector keeps them isolated, so their knowledge
Early Adopters have in the past been likened to risk takers, but in reality they are far from it. How can we become early adopters and reap the benefits?
In the age of information overload, the adage ‘you get what you pay for’ is still very much true.
Gone are the days of isolated learning, development and interaction- peer to peer collaboration is the way forward.
The world has changed and patients and consumers are now influencing healthcare more than ever before. They are making their own choices on how and where they obtain their healthcare and which professionals that they wish to use. They are turning in
The most reliable way to learn is to ask. This is true whether learning new skills ourselves or trying to learn about someone else. But how many of us ask?
Select a question you wish to answer and lock it to you for a set period of time. This allows you to schedule in some time to write your answer and know that your audience is ready and waiting to share the knowledge you give out.
What sets osteopathy apart is approaching the person not the problem. We work to put together the puzzle and find the root cause of his problem.
I am often asked the question 'How do I know I need a deep tissue/sports massage?'. The truth is that deep tissue massage, whether you're active or not, is beneficial to everyone. It helps in the prevention of injury, increases speed of recovery, aid
This movement flow is a great way to train the entire body with a particular focus on upper limb/shoulder and core mobility, stability and control.
A review of the squat and some common progressions and regressions.