Posts by Bedale-User

Ever wondered how acupuncture works?

Posted by on Jul 10, 2017 in News | Comments Off on Ever wondered how acupuncture works?

Have you ever wondered how acupuncture works?   According to research ‘Acupuncture stimulates the body to release it’s own natural pain killers. It also stimulates the release of molecules assocatied with tissue healing and disease resolution.’ Also see...

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Supporting the Yorkshire Yaks!

Posted by on Apr 19, 2017 in News | Comments Off on Supporting the Yorkshire Yaks!

We are delighted to be supporting local charity fundraisers ‘The Yorkshire Yaks’ Over the next few months the team at Bedale Osteopaths will be supporting the Yorkshire Yaks in their quest to raise money for Macmillan Cancer and the Steve Prescott Foundation. The Yorkshire Yaks are planning to walk the Yorkshire Three Peaks at the end of this month but this is just in training for the epic Mongol Rally 2017, when they will be taking two battered 15-year-old cars across 20-24 countries, travelling approximately 15,000 miles to Mongolia, ALL completely unassisted! Read on to see why their story has inspired us to support them… In 2015 the Yorkshire Yaks team leader Adam Alderson almost died due to a rare form of cancer Pseudomyxoma Peritonei (PMP).  Adam is a 37 year old guy who only two years ago, was on palliative care, at home, waiting to die. He’d previously undergone chemotherapy, failed surgery and as the PMP had completely engulfed all his abdominal organs, he was in complete intestinal failure. As a last ditch attempt in 2015 he took the brave decision to undergo a multi-organ transplant, that took 30 surgery staff 17 hours, but it was 100% successful. This consisted of the removal of a 10kg tumor along with his stomach, large and small bowel, gallbladder, pancreas, appendix, spleen, abdominal wall and a large portion of his liver. He was then transplanted with multiple abdominal organs. Adam is currently the youngest person in the world to survive the surgery and the world’s first complete success. How you can help Follow their journey on Facebook (The Yorkshire Yaks), Twitter, Instagram and YouTube (@yorkshireyaks) You can do your bit by donating at their Virgin Money Giving page:  ...

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Do you feel stiff or sore?

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 in News, Uncategorised | Comments Off on Do you feel stiff or sore?

Do you feel stiff or sore? Have you noticed that you are feeling less mobile? All too often people are told that symptoms of pain and stiffness are due to age or because of arthritic changes and that there is “nothing” that can be done. Osteopaths help people everyday with age related wear and tear. Many of our patients say that they wished they had known to come to see us sooner but they didn’t realize that osteopathy could help them. Hands on work and the right advice and stretches can make a huge difference. Call us and ask to have a chat with one of our osteopath, find out if you can get moving...

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How many New Years resolutions did you make?

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in News | Comments Off on How many New Years resolutions did you make?

January always seems like a good time to take stock and have a fresh start. Getting those aches and pains sorted out, improving diet, improving fitness, giving up or cutting back on alcohol or smoking are often high on the list. is a great website with lots of advice and guidance to help you through your new years resolutions. For those persistent aches and niggles give us a call to see if osteopathy acupuncture or massage might help. Make 2017 your year of well...

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Christmas opening times 2016

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in News | Comments Off on Christmas opening times 2016

The festive season will soon be upon us once more! We will be closed for Osteopathy between Christmas and New Year, but don’t forget you can book January appointments online or leave a message on our answer phone. Reception will be open on the afternoon of Wednesday  28th December. CHRISTMAS OPENING TIMES Week beginning 19th December     Normal hours Monday 26th December                   Closed Tuesday 27th December                   Closed Wednesday 28th December             2pm – 7pm for Acupuncture Thursday 29th December                 Closed Friday 30th December                      Closed Monday 2nd January                        Closed Tuesday 3rd January                         Normal hours resume We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New...

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