Myofascial Release for RSI in York

by | Apr 12, 2016 | Practice News | 0 comments

Following a very enjoyable and successful weekend at the Ilkley Complementary Medicine Festival, Pain Care Clinic will be at the York Health & Healing Festival on 16th & 17th April 2016.

With over 95 exhibition stands, the York Festival has something to offer everyone interested in complementary health approaches.

This will be our first year at the York festival. Knowing the city well, we are very excited about attending and talking to people about myofascial release. We will be offering a limited number of free 10 minute taster sessions over the weekend. These are available on a first come first served basis, so please get there early to book your slot. Alternatively, you can email us in advance to reserve a time.

Amanda Oswald will also be giving a talk about Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI). RSI is a miserably debilitating and frequently misunderstood chronic pain condition but it can be treated without drugs or surgery. As an experienced practitioner and trainer with a long track record of successfully treating clients with RSI, Amanda will:
•    Debunk some myths about RSI
•    Explain how RSI develops, through workplace demands and leisure pursuits
•    Demonstrate how myofascial release can help alleviate the pain of RSI and restore movement
•    Offer some simple self-help techniques
•    Answer your questions.
Amanda’s talk is at 12pm on Saturday 16th. You can book for this talk when you arrive on the day.

If you’re planning to come to the festival, please make sure you pop by our stand to say hello, and to enter our draw for a “complimentary complementary” myofascial release treatment at our Leeds clinic.

The York Health & Healing Festival is being held at the Knavesmire stand at York Racecourse, open 10am to 5pm on both Saturday 16 April & Sunday 17 April 2016.


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