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Chi Nei Tsang

Chi Nei Tsang

Just as a quick add on to the article i wrote on the Chinese Abdominal Detoxification Massage or Chi Nei Tsang in the November issue of The Islander – I thought you might like a few contact details as I am sure all of you cannot wait to give it ... Read More »

Digestive health

Digestive health

If you struggle with digestive issues you’re not alone. Next to the common cold, digestive problems are the most common reason people seek medical advice.  I have helped a lot of people with gastro-intestinal (GI) problems over the years.   Improving your digestion is a must it is reflected in skin, mental ... Read More »

The Iliopsoas Muscles

The Iliopsoas Muscles

The Iliopsoas muscle group comprises of 3 muscles, Iliacus, Psoas Major and Psoas Minor. As you can see from the diagram they have very different attachments at their origins however both Psoas and Iliacus pass from the posterior of the pelvis and lower back region towards the front of the ... Read More »

MARINE WILDLIFE: PREVENTION AND FIRST AID

MARINE WILDLIFE: PREVENTION AND FIRST AID

Anyone that knows me, must appreciate how much I care about preventing medical problems and empowering people to take reasonable action in the event of an issue. This month, I thought I would concentrate on injuries caused by marine wildlife and the appropriate first aid measures.     The best ... Read More »

TALES FROM A SUPER YACHT

TALES FROM A SUPER YACHT

  I am writing this from onboard a 90 meter super yacht, where I was asked to train the owners for three weeks in their luxury onboard gym. We are cruising around the Greek Islands and I am here to help mitigate waistline damages . Rich foods are in abundant ... Read More »

Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s

Having recently attended a mind-blowing (excuse the pun) seminar in London on Alzheimer’s and seeing Dale Bredesen speak, it brought it home how prevention is so important. Early onset can be as early as our 50’s and no one wants to grow old suffering from this dreadful disease that is ... Read More »

What is truely a Healthy Diet?

What is truely a Healthy Diet?

When it comes to eating “well,” there are some foundational basics I believe will likely never change to any significant degree, at least in our lifetime. This includes the recommendations to avoid processed canned foods and limit your sugar consumption.   One of the “master keys” to healthy eating is ... Read More »