Park Lane Practice - Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1LW

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70D Park Lane , Chippenham , Wiltshire SN15 1LW

01249 652169





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Chippenham - 0.3 miles east

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We are leading providers of affordable integrated private healthcare and human performance development. Based in Chippenham, Wiltshire (UK) since 1978.

The Park Lane Practice is a multidisciplinary complementary health clinic in Chippenham, Wilts offering Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Acupuncture, Chiropody, Homeopathy and Massage. Free parking, late opening and Saturdays. 01249 655088

homeopathy, chiropody, acupuncture, osteopathy, complementary therapies, complementary health clinic in chippenham.

Park Lane Practice is located in the Chippenham area of Wiltshire. There are at least 17 other listings in the SN15 postcode area.

Osteopaths in Wiltshire SN15

Number of Employees: 8

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Have a great day, whatever the weather!
3/1/2018 8:00:00 AM

How can we help our hearts? 10 Top tips. Well, the straightforward and practical aspects first. 1. Eat well, low red meat, high fruit, fibre and vegetables. Heart healthy fish and nuts, moderate alcohol. Try not to eat when you are upset or stressed. 2. Do some moderate exercise at least 3 times a week, choose something you like to do as you are more likely to continue with it. 3. Try to exercise in a group or with a friend. It will help to keep you motivated and also get you connected with other people. 4. Check you cholesterol and blood pressure regularly, at least annually. 5. If you are feeling upset or stressed take a few moments to breath slowly and gently in and out in 5sec cycles. Focus on your heart area. 6. When you are stressed acknowledge the feeling, don't pretend its not happening. Repeat the breathing technique. 7.Keep in the moment, notice what is going on around you, try not to stress about the past or look forward with fear. 8. Consider a pet, peoples blood pressure and cholesterol levels drop when stroking animals. Looking after a pet can bring meaning into your life. 9. Do some voluntary work, make it a cause close to your heart(!), giving out to others gives back in spades. 10. Ring a friend, call on a neighbour, write a letter to a relative. Reach out to people with love and compassion. Bonus: 11. Keep a gratitude diary, write down something every night and do it with feeling. It will also really help you to see the positive in everyday situations. Bonus:12. Perhaps the most important be kind to yourself, try and soften critical and judgemental attitudes. Start with yourself its really important and you will find that it will start to spread into everyone else. #enjoy
2/28/2018 5:30:00 PM

Very happy client today, who several months ago I correctly suspected of having Polymyalgia Rheumatica (which is a syndrome where you get pain and stiffness in the shoulder and pelvic girdles). I wrote to the GP who confirmed the diagnosis and the correct medication was given backed up with osteopathic treatment. Client doing really well and pleased to have correct diagnosis and treatment. Osteopathy more than hands on! #Osteopathyworks
2/28/2018 1:25:06 PM

The air this morning is cold enough to give you "forehead freeze". Just like when you have a too big mouthful of ice-cream. So wrap up warm and wear a hat, but go out its beautiful out there! Thought this would remind you of summer, as it will come again. #enjoy
2/28/2018 8:30:00 AM

Good morning have a great day!
2/28/2018 8:00:00 AM

Good day at work today, helped a client with neck issues plus explained nerve root blocks to them, which helped the anxiety relating to the procedure. Osteopathic treatment is more than hands on! #Osteopathyworks
2/27/2018 5:30:00 PM

Physically the heart is made of tough muscle but we all know emotionally it is sensitive and registers anger, sadness, jealousy, fear as well as love and joy. Depression is common after a heart attack, there is a 4x risk of death after a heart attack for depressed patients. Some of this is due to the fact that these patients don't follow instructions as they may feel there is no point. Loneliness and social isolation are as harmful as smoking 15 cigarettes daily and can increase mortality from heart disease by 26%. Humans are social beings and need interactions, 2/5 of elderly people say that the tv is there only friend! People have always been lonely but it is compounded these days by families living far apart, community life being disrupted and exacerbated by a lot of communication being done online via social media (ahem!) Children who may have been emotionally neglected may find it difficult to communicate into adulthood. This can be stressful and trigger the fright and flight response, also increasing blood pressure and heart rate. Depression and anxiety affect cardiac rhythms, alter blood clotting, increase insulin and cholesterol which can cause obesity. Plus it produces chronically elevated levels of adrenaline and cortisol and elevates levels of triglycerides and LDL (bad cholesterol). Sorry this is a bit doom and gloom but it is worth looking at the long term effects of this conditions. Tomorrow we will look at solutions.
2/27/2018 4:30:00 PM

Think happy today.
2/27/2018 7:30:00 AM

There are reports today that 70% of millennials will be overweight in later life. This could be due to too much junk food, eating out a lot,not cooking at home. Possibly their parents didn't cook and they haven't learnt how. Schools didn't teach cooking skills, not putting food on the table skills, learning about nutrition and budgeting. I took O level (yes I am ancient) Food and Nutrition in the 70's. We learnt nutrition, the biology of digestion, the chemistry of cooking and most critically how to cook. We had a three hour cooking exam as well as a three hour written exam. Plus mum cooked from scratch. Oddly enough I can put a meal on the table now. For the sake of young people not being exposed to diabetes, heart disease, strokes and arthritis teach you children and yourselves how to cook. The other thing is it is really satisfying and can be a calm pause at the end of a hectic day.
2/26/2018 4:00:00 PM

Happy Monday, dream the impossible!
2/26/2018 7:00:00 AM

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