As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Physiotas is turning PINK! 🎀
On Wednesday, 24th October you’ll see all our staff rocking some pink with their uniform and we’d love you to join in too! If you have an appointment on the 24th, we’d love to see you in some pink. We will have fundraiser tins at all locations too!
Later in the month we will be hosting a Pink Ribbon Breakfast in Devonport - more details to come on that soon!
Are you passionate about baking? I am looking for amasing cakes, biscuits, slices, breads and muffins to sell in our cafe / providore opening in a few weeks time.
Please share if you know an amasing baker 🍰
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological disorder that can lead to difficulties in initiating, controlling and coordinating movement.
Physiotherapy plays an essential role alongside the wider health care team to maintain function and quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s.
In today's blog post Lisa, one of our Physiotherapists on the North West Coast, talks more about the different stages of Parkinson's disease and the role physiotherapists play in each.
The link to Lisa’s article is in our bio now for you to read.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so over the next month we’ll be sharing more about how Physio can help you if you’re kicking or have kicked cancer in the butt!
Our Physio Rachel, who works from our Devonport practice, is a certified @pincandsteel physiotherapist and is so passionate about how she can help you.
Keep your eyes peeled over the next few weeks for more! 🌸
Does it get any better than this?
Our guests on the Cradle Mountain Day Tour, the view is just the ‘icing on the cake’ of a fantastic day out that includes a visit to “town of murals” Sheffield, a cheese tasting at Ashgrove Cheese and expert commentary by our driver and guide Ben. 📷@benoloughlin