Words of Wisdom on Love by Dr Carol Wootton

Recently I attended a workshop on Child Neuropsychology and was struck by the interesting and fascinating information that constantly emerges through research in the field of neuroscience.  As one moves through shopping malls and passes billboards on the roadside at the moment, the red hearts and valentine flowers bombard us and send us a powerful

2015-02-13T13:53:52+02:00Feb 13th, 2015|Psycology, Valentines Day|

Head over Heels?

  As you step out in heels this valentine month, consider your feet. Whilst they look gorgeous now, what will your feet look like after years of wearing them? According to podiatrists the world over, women who wear high heels most of the time are at high risk of developing a number of foot, back

2015-01-23T12:50:29+02:00Jan 23rd, 2015|Podiatry, Valentines Day|

Exercising with your loved one benefits the Mind, Body and Soul

  Written By: Luke Stegmann Relationships, be it with our partners, friends or family occupy a lot of our time. While some of that time is put to good use, most of it is spent “chilling” at home probably watching TV, lying by the pool or sleeping in. This is definitely not a bad thing,

Cultivating a healthy relationship with food

  By Stacey Heyink The focus over valentines day is usually about our relationships with the loved ones in our lives. However, it might be a worthwhile challenge this valentines day to examine your relationship with food and put as much effort into cultivating a healthy relationship with food as you do with your loved

2015-01-22T15:55:10+02:00Jan 22nd, 2015|Nutrition, Valentines Day|

Saving Your Heart through Immersion

Aquatic therapy has been around for thousands of years and dates back as far as 2400 B.C.  The beneficial effects of aquatic therapy range from orthopedic conditions, to neurological conditions and now recent evidence-based studies have shown that aquatic therapy also holds benefits for those with chronic heart failure (CHF)! To read more click here.

I have chest pain but it is not a heart attack- what is it?

If you are experiencing symptoms such as chest pain, pain going down your left arm, shortness of breath along with feelings of nausea, fatigue, dizziness or breaking out in a cold sweat, you could be having a heart attack. The best action is to contact your doctor or emergency services immediately.Click here to read more.