The Faringdon Clinic's osteopath Marianne Damgaard Jensen demonstrates a short easy exercise to help lengthen the chest muscles and also to strengthen the pectoral muscles. View the video here or on our YouTube.com channel. Our YouTube channel has many helpful videos to help you maintain and improve your health with exercises and advice for all
Rangan Chatterjee is a medical doctor with over 16 years' experience. He is the star of the BBC One TV series Doctor in the House and the author of The 4 Pillar Plan. His goal is to enable people to be in control of their own health. He regularly posts podcasts on his website about
The BBC 5 Live website has an excellent series of videos called "10 Today". There are 10 videos in total and each video is 10 minutes in length. Exercises can be done seated or standing – whichever is best suited to you. The aim of the exercise videos is to get you stretching and moving
Physiotherapist Kirsty Harris has compiled a series of exercise videos aimed at older adults. These videos are 15 minute sessions and are to help people stay active and healthy during the time spent at home caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. 1. Let's Keep Moving introduction: 2. Warm up: 3. First 15 minute session of moderate
Running well, be that running fast or injury free, means to run naturally. That means using your own anatomy as it was designed. Here are some tips on how to do that from Carlton Rowlands. Carlton Rowlands is an osteopath and athlete with Team Vibram. Part 1. Flexibility and activation for natural running: Part 2.
These short videos discuss the art of breathing. It’s been found more and more that faulty breathing is part of back pain and neck pain, and aches and pains in general. In these videos, osteopath Marianne Jensen covers the different types of breathing; when breathing becomes dysfunctional due to stress, illness and other factors;
Podiatrist Helen Brookling explains the correct way to file your heels How to care for your heels during Covid-19 when you're unable to get to a podiatrist. Here Podiatrist Helen Brookling, from The Faringdon Clinic, explains how to file your heels correctly in this short video.