New

Farewell Dear Emma

One cold and rainy day in 2010, I was sitting in the waiting room of an NHS GP practice in London. I picked up a magazine from the table beside me and in it found a book review. The book was The Baby Making Bible. The author, a fertility acupuncturist in London called Emma Cannon. […]

Farewell Dear Emma Read More »

The Nurses in a busy ward where I worked used to wheel a lonely bed bound patient out for a cigarette in their coffee breaks. A story of compassion.

In the 18 years since I qualified as Physiotherapist, I’ve worked in government and private hospitals in both South Africa and England. It’s fascinating how similar and very different the hospitals in the two countries can be. In 2007 I left my job at a government hospital in my small home town in Kokstad, South

The Nurses in a busy ward where I worked used to wheel a lonely bed bound patient out for a cigarette in their coffee breaks. A story of compassion. Read More »

Stress and Neck Pain

I was apprehensive about this week as it was looking very busy and my husband is away for work, I’ve taught online 2 evenings this week, seen patients and then I’ve also had a sick child and it’s all been A LOT. My nervous system was already a little overwhelmed with anticipatory anxiety of what

Stress and Neck Pain Read More »