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Writing about injuries, treatment and assessment techniques, case studies, and anything that seems relevant and newsworthy! If you have anything I have not yet written about but that you would like to read my opinion on, then please email admin@nellmead.com and ask!

Lazy Bum Epidemic: Move

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which I’ve dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles Work,

Lazy Bum Epidemic: Stabilise

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which I’ve dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles

Making friends with doctors

 I have a Venn diagram that I talk about a lot, in which there are three main elements of a great surgical outcome: a great

Lazy Bum Epidemic: Release

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which we’ve dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles

What is the RSM Model?

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about How Skeletal Muscles Work, and what happens when they go wrong and you create a muscle

The Lazy Bum Epidemic

One of the issues I see very regularly in my physiotherapy practice (by which I mean, several times a day) is that of the lazy

How skeletal muscles work

Over the next few weeks, I’m planning a series of posts on the ways that different body parts can go wrong, and what do to

The transformational power of breathing

Breathing is something we all take for granted – but what is Transformational Breath and how can it help you? Nell takes a session with Allison Lindsay to find out…

Are you sitting comfortably?

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin… This week, we look at how the way you sit can affect your back pain. 

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Treatment goes on

(just not in clinic)

I’m sad to say that with the impending “London lockdown” I have no alternative but to close the doors to my new clinic as of Monday 23rd March. I will be constantly reviewing all government updates and will let you know as soon as anything changes.

The good news

The good news is that, although the treatment room has to close, this doesn’t mean that treatment has to stop.

It is really important all my patients do not lose momentum in their recoveries and I am glad to say I have a number of solutions to ensure I can carry on providing the best treatment possible:

  • Physiotherapy treatment: switching to home visits
  • Keeping in touch: daily group video calls
  • Online Training, Pilates and Yoga
  • Advice on how can you help yourself and stay healthy