KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 31 YEARS COCKERMOUTH PODIATRY&CHIROPODY LTD Making time for care
Lakeland Care prides itself on ‘Making Time for Care’ by providing the best personal and social care for residents and acting as a key part of the extended family to ensure a bespoke support for each resident’s family and friends
le us be part o the family’ ‘We’re here to help -
Holmewood Cockermouth 01900 828664
Hames Hall Cockermouth 01900 827601
Chichester Hall Silloth
Adele Holmes D.Pod.M, M.Ch
, HCPC Regd. Podiatrist/Chiropodist 01900 826980
If you would like to make an appointment please contact
20 Laithwaite Close, Cockermouth, CA13 0AQ
To offer my patients a wider scope of treatment options in 2018, I am attending courses in acupuncture techniques, dermal fillers and steroidal injections.
To remain HCPC Registered, I attend updates in my clinical and surgical skills, including my local anaesthesia.
Cockermouth Art & Craft
Do you want to get your MOJO back after your Christmas Festivities?
TRICIA RHAM SPINAL THERAPY
for humans and animals Also
CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY Please call Tricia on:
016973 44088 INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK
Then come along and try Circle Dancing. Have fun energising your body, mind and soul to music from around the World. Music that can be relaxing and stimulating, from the Balkans, to Greece, Israel, Spain and Russia, even as far away as Brazil and the Caribbean.
Circle dancing is probably the oldest known dance formation and was part of community life for centuries. It is a dance whereby everyone can join in without the need for partners. Participants follow a leader around the dance floor whilst holding hands with the dancers
Lucy Curtis, the podiatrist from Cardiff who cared for you all while I was away last summer, has kindly offered to travel up every 12 weeks to provide two full clinic days. This will be a great help and will take a bit of the pressure off myself as the clinic gets busier.
Ben Lumley, who is now the Lead/Band 8 Musculoskeletal Podiatrist within Carlisle Hospital working alongside the orthopaedic team, is also back at my clinic. He can offer a more biomechanical/musculoskeletal podiatry treatment, including cast orthotics and steroid injections.
Foot problems are very common, affect nearly 60% of the population. Painful foot
problems or even just long toenails, contribute to an increase in the incidence of falls in our aging population.
We all try our best to care for our precious feet ourselves but
we all need to know when it is time to admit defeat and seek professional help. If you develop any type of foot or lower limb problems, please contact a podiatrist, who is a medically trained professional specialising in foot and lower limb problems. Self - treatment puts you at risk of more serious problems, often leading to limb threatening situations, which are preventable if treated professionally. PODS FIX FEET!
Even if your feet are problem free, you should visit a podiatrist regularly, as you do the dentist with a six to twelve monthly regular check-up.
Look after those precious feet, and pop in to see us by booking an appointment on 01900 826980.
Best wishes, Adele beside them.
Modern circle dancing has a great following and is growing rapidly in popularity, it now has a stunning repertoire of new dances to classical and contemporary songs. If you are interested, visit the U3A website, or email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Other dance groups within U3A are Ballroom, Latin Formation, Line and Sequence.
20th ANNIVERSARY of LIVE LAUGH LEARN
Special events are being organised to celebrate this event in October. Visit the website for further details.
Our speaker for our monthly meeting on the 12th February will be our very own Lesley Webb on the subject ‘Walking the Himalayas’.
The March meeting on the 12th, will be a talk about the famous Grasmere Gingerbread.
All these meetings are held at Methodist Church Hall, Lorton Street, Cockermouth at 2.00pm. All Welcome
New Members can join via the website.
For further details of membership and all U3A activities, visit www.cockermouthu3a.org.uk
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