We’re still getting great feedback from our clients about the Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field (PEMF) Therpay we have been offering in association with NewMed! If you would like to book a 2 week trial to use in your home for just £19.99 (usually £99.99), please email email@example.com. Available for a limited time only, so make sure you sign up before the offers ends!
Here’s what our clients have been saying:
“I have suffered from ache in my lower back for over thirty years. This is a result of sciatic nerve damage. Since suffering a fall four years ago this ache has intensified on occasions to become sharp pain. The sharp pain centering in one hip increases during the night and as a consequence interrupts my sleep. I have used the PEMF machine for a two week trial period and found that after only two days of sessions the ache in my back lessened and I found myself waking in the morning less stiff and generally more flexible. This has continued to be the case throughout the full two week trial. My poor sleep pattern of five hours each night, often interrupted by the ache or more intensive pain in my hip, has now increased to six hours of unbroken sleep. The PEMF Therapy has certainly achieved the result of lessening my aches and pain and has improved my sleep pattern.” Continue reading
(An independent review)
We’ve seen some phenomenal results with the PEMF treatment in the past couple of months (click here to read our reviews), so we’ve asked Jonathon Cook, a Patent Portfolio Manager (Research and Development), to do an independent review for us to explain the science behind why PEMF Therapy can such have a positive affect on the body. Here’s what he had to say on the topic:
“First I feel it is important to explain what a Pulsed Electromagnetic Field is:
It may sound amazingly fancy but in reality these words are merely scientific jargon for every day phenomenon. Any conductor (think metals, wires etc.) with a charge (electricity) produces an electromagnetic field. In physics electromagnetism is considered one of the fundamental forces of nature, along with gravity, weak interaction and strong interaction*. Continue reading
This blog post is for all the runners out there getting ready for the London Marathon 26th April 2015! Our seasoned Ultra Marathon runner/blogger Greg Pretorius shares his advice for avoiding blisters. Here’s what he had to say:
” The bane of runners all over the world, blisters are a small but formidable enemy that can easily take the pleasure out of running. In order to understand how to best avoid them, first we need to take a look at what they are and why they form.
What is a blister?
“A blister is a small pocket of fluid that forms in the upper layers of the skin.
It usually forms when the outer layer of the skin has been damaged. Fluid collects under the damaged skin, cushioning the tissue underneath. This protects the tissue from further damage and allows it to heal. Most blisters are filled with a clear fluid called serum, which is the part of the blood that remains after red blood cells and clotting agents have been removed. However, blisters are sometimes filled with blood (blood blisters) or pus if they become inflamed or infected.” The NHS
I heard something really crazy the other day and I knew it was worthy of a post on our blog. A group of 5 friends from Maidstone have committed to running 12 marathons in 12 months for charity. That’s a whopping 312 miles in races, plus all the training they’ll have to do! They started in January, which means that they’ve already run 3 marathons and have 9 to go. Obviously not all of them are official events, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive, just more determined. And before you start thinking this mad decision was induced by the folly of youth, most of the runners are in their forties – they’re just that hardcore. To find out what motivates them, last week I interviewed Darren Eagles, one of the team:
Hi Darren, why don’t you start by telling us a bit about yourself? Continue reading