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HADLEIGH HEALTH CENTRE
Flu Vaccinations 2019 at Hadleigh Health Centre Please see the SEPTEMBER issue of Hadleigh Community News, The Village Edition or visit our website www.hadleighhealth.co.uk for this year’s vaccination dates
Telephone 01473 822961 www.hadleighhealth.co.uk
Stour Valley Men’s Probus Club Recent Meetings Peter Jones talked about "Martello Towers Of Essex" on 3 July and on 17 July Liz Barringer talked about the work of "The Leonard Cheshire Homes". Both meetings were most interesting and enjoyed by all Members present. Future Meetings We do not hold meetings in August and our speaker on 4 September is Mervyn Linford introducing us to the river from "Cattawade Bridge to Ha'Penny Pier". Ted Wheatley will return again and his subject is "Speakers' Corner" on 18 September. On 2 October David Prynn will talk of "China, past and present" and two weeks later on 16 October Cherry Mullins will present "Confessions of a Tour Manger". Meeting Venue We meet at the convenient St John Ambulance HQ, Manningtree CO11 1EB New members are welcomed Our Club endeavours to be simple in structure, be free of the constraints and obligations of service clubs, and involve members to a minimal cost. New Members are always very welcome at all meetings of the Stour Valley Men’s Probus Club, just join us at 10am on a meeting date. The club is directed primarily to providing fellowship between members who are compatible with each other, and provide the opportunity for development of acquaintances. We meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month in Manningtree at 10 for 10.30am. Please contact President Dave Carman on 01255 880202 for further details.
Howzat.....? This summer brings the Ashes Test series with England playing Australia, T20 games and a successful World Cup for England. As long as the sunshines and the rain stays away, there are plenty of matches to keep all cricket fans busy. Whether you are a test match special fan, or prefer to follow the games live or on the television, spare a thought for the players and the physical toll it takes on their bodies. Here at Hadleigh and Sudbury osteopaths we treat all sorts of cricketers, both male and female. We see junior and senior club and county players and even an international player, as well as enthusiastic amateurs (some of whom have racked up their best score several seasons ago!). Perhaps the most common cricketing injuries we see are shoulder problems, such as rotator cuff tears and sprains, where any of the four muscles that stabilise the shoulder can be involved. These injuries can affect both batsmen and bowlers. We also see a lot of ankle sprains, as like knees, the ankles an be injured as a result of jumping or sprinting, particularly if there is a sudden change in direction. Fielders who repetitively throw in can be at risk of injury to their elbows, either on the inside aspect of the joint where the flexor tendons attach to the bone, or on the outside where the extensor muscles attach. Low back injuries are also common, especially in the promising players who may play for several teams, and spend a lot of time in the nets. The forces going through the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joints can be quite substantial, when you consider that the ball is released with enough power to enable it to travel at up to160 km/hour. The forces going through the lumbar spine are significant enough to cause vertebral fractures in up to 15% of elite fast bowlers. Then there are the poor wicket keepers’ hips and knees to consider.... We can help to address problems in any of these areas, (whether you are a cricketer or not,) as well as giving exercises and advice about injury prevention and rehabilitation. Hadleigh Osteopaths have been established for over 25 years and specialise in the treatment of all joint and muscle conditions, including back pain, sciatica and sports injuries, as well as providing acupuncture (Sudbury branch only) with fully trained practitioners. For more information or to make an appointment contact us on Tel: 01473 828585 www.hadleighosteopaths.co.uk Hadleigh Osteopaths - Hadleigh Pool and leisure, Stonehouse Road.
HADLEIGH OSTEOPATHS OSTEOPATHY AND SPORTS INJURIES
CAROLYN CUDDEFORD, D.O. STEPHANIE CAWLEY, Msc, Bsc (Hons), Ost. Hadleigh Osteopaths has been established for over 25 years
Telephone: 01473 828585 Mob: 07770 746224 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.hadleighosteopaths.co.uk
Find us at Hadleigh Pool & Leisure, Stonehouse Road 12
Telephone Community News on 01473 823366
The Village Edition, August 2019