HEREFORDSHIRE Veterans’ Support Group

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Herefordshire Veterans’ Support Group (HVSG) work with all ex-service personnel and their families, sign-posting the veterans to receive the correct treatment, support and guidance. The group also encourages the veterans’ individual thinking and taking an active role in improving their health and wellbeing by remaining stable, self-confident, disciplined and determined to live the life they […]

Welcome to the Autumn 2017 edition!

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This time of the year gives us longer nights, and with that more time for reflection. Did the summer live up to your expectations? Did your family holiday achieve your goal of bringing everyone together? View the latest edition in our online viewer here Now the focus shifts towards that other family time, Christmas. Some […]

Don’t Let Your DIAGNOSIS DEFINE You

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Have you been told not to exercise or do certain things, following a diagnosis of arthritis or other inflammatory or degenerative conditions? There are other forms of exercise you can do, and achieve a better quality of life – the key is not to let the diagnosis label you. By Ady Watts When I was […]

New In Hereford DACAYANA ESKRIMA

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By Joseph Dignam Eskrima (also known as Arnis) is the martial art of the Philippines. Despite first appearances, Eskrima systems use several weapons which are taught first, before the empty hand – the use of weapons enhances the empty hand skills of the student. Dacayana Eskrima uses single stick, double stick, knives, stick and knife, […]

Welcome to the Summer 2017 edition!

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At this time of the year, plenty of us get inspired by Wimbledon to dust down the old racket and enjoy the summer with a game of tennis. Or perhaps your little ones got you down to the park to kick a ball while the weather lasts. There is something about the summer months that […]

HEADLEY COURT Team Lead Ground-Breaking HIP PAIN Research

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A research team in the Academic Department of Military Rehabilitation (ADMR), Headley Court are leading a major project that could soon help UK Military personnel with hip pain. The Military Hip Rehabilitation Outcome (MILO) study is funded with a grant from Arthritis Research UK and brings together university academics, industry partners and MOD collaborators to […]