Football Injuries At The World Cup 2014 – The Most Dangerous Football Tournament Ever? On Thursday 12th June at 9pm the world is set to go football crazy as the FIFA World Cup 2014 kicks off. I’m not usually much of a football fan, but the World Cup is different. There’s a feeling of hope,.. read more →

14 Nov 2013
November 14, 2013

Avoiding Skiing Injuries

November 14, 2013

by James Ruddick This year I will be joining the millions of us who will be hitting the slopes this winter, and enjoying that euphoric feeling of hurtling down the mountain side, swooshing this way and that. I also hope that like the 98.2% of skiers I’ll have a great time – ‘injury free’. Sadly.. read more →

05 Nov 2013
November 5, 2013

Psoriasis – Advice From Our Nutritional Therapist

November 5, 2013

PSORIASIS:  A few changes to your diet can help By Maureen Houston [maureenhouston@summertownclinic.co.uk] Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition, characterised by raised red patches covered in white silvery scales, usually occurring on the scalp, knees, elbows and torso. It is an autoimmune disorder, where the body’s normal defence mechanism malfunctions, thus skin cell reproduction.. read more →

04 Nov 2013
November 4, 2013

Help with Phobias

November 4, 2013

Face Your Fears by James Ruddick [jamesruddick@summertownclinic.co.uk] This week many children hit the streets for Halloween, dressed in all manner of scary costumes, and in groups they knock on the doors of unknown houses to ask for a “trick or treat”. This halloween we’re all encouraged to face our fears, as this week is actually.. read more →