Zest Health is new to the Aylesbury Area

Zest Health is now at home in Aylesbury! My family and I moved from the big city to the beautiful village of Weston Turville in the summer of 2018, and now that we are all settled, I am setting up a new Osteopathic clinic which will provide … [Read more...]

Osteopathy and getting older

Osteopathy & Getting Older Retirement can bring time for leisure, travel opportunities and interests to the older person. This is the chance to take up those sports and activities that you never had time for whilst working and bringing up your … [Read more...]

Sitting properly in your car

The perfect car seat for back pain suffereres is yet to be invented. There are many variables, such as weight, height and size, which need to be taken into account when designing an ideal seat. Many of us spend a lot of time travelling in our … [Read more...]

Improve your brain power!

There is a lot of media coverage about early onset dementia and the increase in prevalence of Alzheimer's in our society. I think that if we all sat back and thought about this scary fact that we might take better care of ourselves. The question that … [Read more...]

The Amazing Omega-3

There is so much information in the press about the benefits of Omega-3's on your health. It is hailed as the drug of choice, but do beware: a new study suggests that you can have too much of a good thing, so stick to two portions of oily fish a … [Read more...]

Berries Galore

A few weeks ago I decided to clear out the courtyard, replant my pots and try something new…. growing strawberries with my 6 year old son. It is now early June, and we have had our first fruit. These strawberries were delicious and my son hit the … [Read more...]

Introducing Fisiocrem

A natural solution for muscles and joints   Last year I was sent a sample of this great product, which I really love, and as a result have decided to stock in the clinic. Fisiocrem is a natural product which harnesses the combined effects … [Read more...]

Make a healthier pancake today

Today is traditionally called Shrove Tuesday, but in Britain, it is commonly termed ‘Pancake Day’. For most of us, it gives us a good reason to indulge in eating more than we should! The average pancake tops 300 calories and around 12g fat. Here are … [Read more...]

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is usually described as the manipulation of soft tissue for therapeutic purposes. It uses a combination of five styles of long, flowing strokes, namely: effleurage (gliding), petrissage and kneading, tapotement (rhythmic tapping) and … [Read more...]

Is sports massage only for sporty people?

Sports massage is a more specific management, manipulation and rehabilitation of the soft tissue of the body, including the muscles, ligaments and tendons. The techniques used in Sports Massage are more focused thereby ensuring that effective and … [Read more...]