IN-STUDIO TALKS

‘What exactly is a healthy diet?’ by Sharon Kallos

This is an excellent question and the title of a new, lunchtime talk by our resident nutritionist, Sharon Kallos. The next talk will take place on Monday 27th June in our studios at Physio on the River in Barnes, starting at 1pm. Spaces are limited, so please call us on 020 8876 5690 to book your space now.
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The talk will last approximately 30 minutes, followed by a 20-minute question & answer session. You can also book a free 15-minute consultation with Sharon for later that afternoon or for the following Tuesday or Thursday.
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(Please arrive five minutes early if possible.) We will be serving a healthy xxx drink to keep you going- Cost is £15 per person, or £10 if you book before Friday 24th June.
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Sharon is a leading expert in her field. Please click the link in the bio above to read her latest blog about the link between Nutrition and Physiotherapy and learn more about Sharon’s background and the range of services she offers, through us, at Physio on the River. “Her approach is to provide easy to understand nutritional advice following the latest scientific based evidence to help individuals meet their health and nutrition goals.”
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Links: www.kallosnutrition.com and @kallos.nutrition

Physical Therapy for the Face by Penny Gravill

If you’ve read the blog and you’d like to find out more, we have a limited number of places available for an In-Studio Talk with Penny Gravill at Physio on the River at 6pm on Wednesday, August 10th 2022. This will also include a 15-minute FREE consultation if you would like one.
If you have a niggling concern then there will never be a better time to find out what it might be and how Penny could help. Call us on 0208876 5690 now to reserve your place for our In-Studio talk and FREE consultation.
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Read our blog about this specialist area: Physical Therapy for the Face. Its a specialism that focuses on the face and neck, treating in particular Facial Palsy and Peripheral Nerve Damage which can lead to paralysis or muscle weakness. “Facial Palsy” is a condition where the facial muscles of the patient have become weak due to temporary or permanent damage to the facial nerve. Read more here >
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Links:
www.dianafarragher.co.uk
www.specialistspeech.com/therapist-penny-gravill

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