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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS


41 Main Street, Cockermouth, Cumbria CA13 9JS


Is the NHS not fit for purpose? Marilyn Lawrence MBTPA CNHC Bowen Technique


A recent report, written by Professor Ted Baker, stated that the NHS was not fit for purpose. This was a pretty shocking statement whichever way it was viewed. The thrust of the report seemed to be that there had been a lack of foresight in investment, given that the


population was set to increase, with a higher proportion of elderly needing ongoing care. This was not a reflection on the dedicated care and hard work from healthcare professionals, who find themselves often in impossible situations of understaffing, with unrealistic expectations from patients and care commissioners alike.


So, is there anything ‘Joe Public’ can do about this? The obvious answer seems to be to try and keep ourselves as healthy as possible, so avoiding using the overstretched services.


How to achieve this:


• Exercise and eating healthily are good places to start and it’s is not necessary to join a gym or exercise class although these might be just the thing for you. Just move more, sit less and get out into the fresh air.


• Prepare your own meals with simple nutritious ingredients.


Can North Lakes Clinic help you? You bet!


We have therapists who can advise on nutrition and exercise. We have therapists who can help get your body in optimum condition for whatever life throws at you,


BOWEN THERAPY


Marilyn Lawrence MBTPA CNHC


Member of the Bowen Therapists European Register


Please call for appointment or information


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whether through massage, acupuncture, reflexology, chiropody, or my own speciality, Bowen Technique.


We must not forget our mental health, tied in so intimately with our physical health. Last month, there was an article from Kathy on meditation and mindfulness. There was also a heartening article from Keswick School on the importance of wellbeing in their pupils.


So many of our youngsters are in crisis, mentally and sociologically and we must seek ways to help them through this. I see many teenagers in clinic and it is a joy to treat body and mind together with Bowen.


At the other end of the spectrum, the elderly can be helped to keep active with Bowen Therapy.


So, come on, let us do what we can to help our beloved NHS, by taking pressure off it where we can.


Eat well, sleep well (we have treatments to help this area too!) move well and book yourselves in for any appropriate treatments which will help you to achieve this.


We have experienced receptionists who can direct you to whichever therapist might be most helpful, in addition to advice on supplements.


As we travel into the more challenging months of the year, let us try to make a difference to our own health, even those of us with chronic conditions, knowing that for conditions needing more specialised help, our GPs are there for us.


The above treatment is not intended as a substitute for medical advice or treatment. If in doubt please consult your GP.


ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE


Kathy Hick MSTAT


Back pain, Stiffness, Stress? Help yourself feel better!


Please call for appointment or information


PODIATRY Mandy Johnston HCPC registered Chiropodist


For an appointment please call 01900 821122


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