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By Gareth Davies 12 Apr, 2017

Hope you’re having a good week and looking forward to the Easter break.

 

Please note we will be closed on Good Friday (14th April) and Easter Monday (17th April). We will re-open Tuesday 18th April at 10am.

 

Remember please follow us on google and social media. Your feedback is important to us. As a thank you for leaving a comment we will send you a £5 voucher off your

next treatment at Swansea Health Solutions. Please click on the links below.

 

 

https://en-gb.facebook.com/SwanseaHealthSolutions/

https://twitter.com/garethshs

https://plus.google.com/116256396519550224403

 

Many Thanks and Happy Easter from team SHS


By Gareth Davies 10 Apr, 2017



We are pleased to announce that as of March 1st 2017 we are Registered BUPA providers for Physiotherapy.


As a BUPA member, when contacting us for an appointment, you will simply need to tell us your full name, date of birth and postcode. We will take care of it from there.


Please check with BUPA for details and to check if you’re covered before making an appointment.


To book an appointment please call the clinic on 01792 872900 or book online at the homepage at www.swanseahealthsolutions.co.uk    

 


By Gareth Davies 02 May, 2016
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By Gareth Davies 20 Apr, 2016
For more information on the Ospreys you can head to their website at www.ospreysrugby.com  
By Gareth Davies 26 Aug, 2015

Spending more time in the sun or increasing our vitamin D intake could cut the chance of developing multiple sclerosis after scientists found that people with low vitamin D levels are at increased risk from the disorder.


A study by McGill University in Canada and Kings College London looked at 40,000 Europeans, 15,000 of whom were born with genes which made them naturally vitamin D deficient. They found that those with the genetic predisposition for lower levels of the vitamin were twice as likely to develop MS as those whose levels were normal.


Most vitamin D comes from direct sunlight although some is also present in foods including eggs, meat and oily fish like salmon, mackerel and sardines.


Vitamin D has several important functions:

  • Is important for healthy bones – a lack of vitamin D can lead to bone deformities, and Osteomalacia (soft bones by the lack of vitamin D).

  • We make it in our skin when we are exposed to sunlight, but some of it comes from our diet.

  • Good food .sources include oily fish, eggs, fortified breakfast cereals and fortified fat spreads

  • Some people - the elderly, pregnant and breastfeeding women, babies, children under the age of five, and those who do not get much sun - may not get enough and need supplements.

  • Regulates the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body.


 Affecting more than 100,000 people in Britain, MS occurs when myelin, the fatty material which protects nerves is damaged, exposing the nerves and causing signaling problems between the brain and muscles. Currently there is no known cure for MS and it usually presents between the ages of 20 and 40 years and it affects almost three times as many women as men.


The research was published in the journal PLOS Medicine.

By Dave Stokes 06 Aug, 2015

Holly has been selected for the Welsh Squad in this years Commonwealth games for triathlon

Holly who usually competes in the 70.3 and 5150 series, will be joined in the squad by Non Stanford and Helen Jenkins.

Holly  has only been competing as a full-time athlete for a short time but has already impressed selectors with a seventh place finish at the Quateria ETU Cup in 2014 and a second place at the 70.3 UK in 2013.

Id like to wish Holly and the rest of the team good luck in the games

if you would like to follow Holly you can at:

http://hollylawrence.blogspot.co.uk/

By Dave Stokes 06 Aug, 2015

Swansea Health Solutions was proud to sponsor the Evening Post Pride Awards 2014 on Thursday 17th April.

Its a wonderful occasion for special individuals who demonstrate bravery, dedication, and who help others on a day to day basis.

The evening started with suburb entertainment from Mark Jermin stage school. After was a 3 course meal then entertainment.

For more information and to view pictures of the evening please click the link below  

http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/pictures/South-Wales-Evening-Post-Pride-Awards-Gallery/pictures-20980321-detail/pictures.ht ml

By Gareth Davies 12 Apr, 2017

Hope you’re having a good week and looking forward to the Easter break.

 

Please note we will be closed on Good Friday (14th April) and Easter Monday (17th April). We will re-open Tuesday 18th April at 10am.

 

Remember please follow us on google and social media. Your feedback is important to us. As a thank you for leaving a comment we will send you a £5 voucher off your

next treatment at Swansea Health Solutions. Please click on the links below.

 

 

https://en-gb.facebook.com/SwanseaHealthSolutions/

https://twitter.com/garethshs

https://plus.google.com/116256396519550224403

 

Many Thanks and Happy Easter from team SHS


By Gareth Davies 10 Apr, 2017



We are pleased to announce that as of March 1st 2017 we are Registered BUPA providers for Physiotherapy.


As a BUPA member, when contacting us for an appointment, you will simply need to tell us your full name, date of birth and postcode. We will take care of it from there.


Please check with BUPA for details and to check if you’re covered before making an appointment.


To book an appointment please call the clinic on 01792 872900 or book online at the homepage at www.swanseahealthsolutions.co.uk    

 


By Gareth Davies 02 May, 2016
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