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live happy! TUESDAY Bakewell Medway Centre, New Street 9.30am Telephone Beth 07533 031954

Calver Village Hall, Main Street 5.30 and 7.00pm Telephone Beth 07533 031954

Matlock Methodist United Reformed Church, Bank Road 5.30 and 7.30pm Telephone Diane 07411 042849

WEDNESDAY Bakewell NOW IN MAIN HALL Medway Centre, New Street 7.00pm Telephone Debbie 01433 651996

THURSDAY Darley Dale Whitworth Centre, Station Road 5.30 and 7.30pm Telephone Diane 07411 042849

Matlock Methodist United Reformed Church, Bank Road 9.15am Telephone Diane 07411 042849

Wirksworth Memorial Hall, St John Street 5.30 and 7.30pm Telephone Nicola 01335 348664

visit the website to read Kelsey-Beth ’s story 0344 897 8000


Peak District matron Melissa Dalton will be popping up a lot over the next few weeks – on posters, billboards, and on screen – as one of the faces of the national NHS Stay Well This Winter campaign. Melissa is matron for urgent care in the minor injury units at Whitworth Hospital, Darley Dale and Buxton Hospital, both run by Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust. She was chosen by NHS England to appear in the public campaign. She is one of a handful of nurses – out of nearly 378,000 qualified nursing staff nationally – to get a taste of model life as part of promoting self-help tips for staying healthy during the winter. You can find details of the campaign here: /#. The key themes are: staying warm, eating well and getting a flu jab.

Well done to Melissa for representing @DCHStrust so well as one of the faces of this year’s national winter

campaign. Look out for posters of our @MIUmatron Melissa. Tweet @DCHStrust if you see her!

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“Make 2016 your year to remember by improving your health,” says Activ Physiotherapy. Keeping up with New Year’s resolutions can be straining for your body and may lead to unexpected injuries and pain. “Here at Activ Physiotherapy we have a team of therapists with a wealth of experience and knowledge on how to manage, manipulate and eliminate these injuries.” Andrew Okwera, Georgina Hollinrake, Clare Heward and the team specialise in several areas of physiotherapy such as; sports injuries, women’s health, musculoskeletal pain and home advice on improving your health. “We commonly see people who have taken up new hobbies as a spur to improve health such as long gym sessions and long distance running. However, in my experience regular exercise, without the proper preparation, can lead to injuries that otherwise wouldn’t occur. We have a system of preventative rehabilitation or ‘prehab’, as it’s commonly known, that can help prepare a person for exercise and also aid their recovery, thus reducing the risk of an injury. Most people may think this type of therapy is only available to professional sports people. However here at Activ we ensure that it is widely available for all.”

Activ Physiotherapy is based at Bradway and Totley in Sheffield and Hope. Phone 0114 2352727 for appointments.

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We are a team of Chartered and State Registered Physiotherapists with a wealth of experience working in the NHS, with sports clubs and closely with medical professionals. “We have been established in Sheffield and the Hope Valley area for 7 years and have recently opened a clinic in Balby, Doncaster.” We are members of the Health and Care Profession Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

What is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is the treatment, management and prevention of a variety of conditions which may result from everyday activities, work related problems as well as sports injuries. Providing treatments for: • Back & Neck Pain • Sports Injuries & Massage • Musculoskeletal Treatment • Women’s Health Issues • Acupuncture • Headaches • Post-operative Rehabilitation • Physiotherapy at your workplace • Physiotherapy in the home

Clinics: Doncaster 302 Balby Road, Doncaster DN4 0QG Totley Synergy 162 Baslow Road Totley, Sheffield S17 4DR Bradway, Sheffield 99 Bradway Road Sheffield S17 4QS Hope, Derbyshire Hope Physiotherapy Clinic Eccles Close Hope, Derbyshire S33 6RG

Tel: 01433 623602 Activ Physiotherapy is registered with all major insurance companies including BUPA, Aviva, AXA and Westfield Health

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The Peak Advertiser - 4th January 2016  

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The Peak Advertiser - 4th January 2016  

A local paper for local people, promoting local business