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Money Raised for Wimborne Wagtails Swimming Club for the Disabled

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On April 15, 2014 0 Comments

On Monday 13th April I attended a presentation at Wimborne Waitrose to The Wimborne Wagtails Swimming Club for the Disabled. The money was raised though the Community Token Scheme… Read More »

Sugar, Not So Sweet by David Allen

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On March 26, 2014 0 Comments

There has been a lot in the news recently about sugar. Food is essential for us to live.  Its main purpose is to supply the body with energy…. Read More »

Disability, an Excerpt from David Allen’s ebook ‘A Bloke With A Stroke’

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On February 21, 2014 0 Comments

On The One Show on Thursday 20/2/2014 night was an article on discrimination against wheelchair users who wanted to use taxis. Having been a wheelchair user for many… Read More »

Mark Arnold. Lic Ac. BSc (Hons) – Acupuncturist

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On February 11, 2014 0 Comments

Mark Arnold  Lic. Ac, BSc (Hons) MBAcC, joined the Clinic in 2013 and practices the 5 Element and Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist.  He is a member of the… Read More »

The Wimborne Wagtails Swimming Club

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On February 7, 2014 0 Comments

“A big thankyou to all who donated their green charity tokens to The Wimborne Wagtails Swimming Club for the Disabled,  in Wimborne Waitrose during January 2014.  We raised £443… Read More »

David’s Healthy Winter Root Vegetable Pie

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic, Nutrition for life, Recipes On November 22, 2013 0 Comments

Getting your 5-a-day is not so easy during the winter months.  This pie offers a tasty wholesome way of supplying these, rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.  This… Read More »

What is a custom-made orthotic device? by Podiatrist Debra Pauly

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On November 11, 2013 0 Comments

Our feet were designed to be adaptive to many different surfaces.  However, the environment we walk on has been changed by man who has created more stable environments… Read More »

The Human Brain by David Allen

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On November 7, 2013 0 Comments

The human brain is the most complex structure we know of in the universe.  It consists of 100 billion brain cells, (that’s as many trees as there are in… Read More »

Chocolate Crunch Mini Muffin Recipe

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic, Nutrition for life, Recipes On October 18, 2013 0 Comments

Here’s a version of everyone’s favourite, chocolate Rice Krispies, only a little healthier.  Chocolate is a good source of carotenoids, especially plain chocolate, so it is not completely… Read More »

‘NHS Must Focus on Unhealthy Lifestyles Not Killer Diseases’ by David Allen

In News & Articles at the Broadstone Clinic On October 16, 2013 0 Comments

In Tuesday’s papers was an article about the NHS focussing on treating unhealthy lifestyles rather than killer diseases because they put the greatest burdens on doctors. Dr Anne… Read More »