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National Longevity Day 19 February 2018

Feb 19, 2018

Today is National Longevity Day – and with our purpose here at goPhysio being……

Helping local people live a healthy, active, positive life pain and injury free

…….we couldn’t let the day pass us by without acknowledgement!

The message of the day is to get more people thinking about their health and living a longer and happier life. The day acts as a reminder for you to look after your body and think about how your lifestyle and choices impact now can affect your body in later life.

As a Physiotherapy, Health & Wellbeing Clinic, we play a fundamental part in helping people live a long and happy life. How? 

  • By helping people overcome their injuries, we help keep people physically active, doing the sports and activities they love to do.
  • We ease the worry and stress surrounding an injury, when people often think there’s no way out, we guide them through the injury maze, providing support and relieving the fear and uncertainty. We help you do something positive about your injury.
  • We relieve people’s pain, helping them feel better and relieving the anxiety and distress that pain often brings with it.
  • We encourage people to be physically active, providing fully supported, specialist exercise based sessions, that are accessible to people who may not think exercise is possible. This includes our Clinical Pilates, Active Backs and Positive Steps classes.

Being physically active is a crucial part of living a long, healthy, life – so, if you need help, we’re here for you.

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