Botox® Treatments Frown Lines Forehead Lines Crow’s Feet Bunny Nose Lines Eyebrow Arch Lift Jowls and Jawline Lift Masseter Jaw Muscle Relaxation Gummy Smile Treatment Downturned Mouth Treatment Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) Migraine Treatment Dermal Fillers Fine line fillers ie. Upper lip lines Deep line fillers ie. Frown Lines Nose to mouth lines Mouth to chin lines Cheek shaping…
Just what is the difference between Botox and Dermal Fillers? They are both injectable, they both minimise the appearance of ageing but they work in very different ways!
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Dr Sally is here to help!
Every face is unique and beautiful in its own right, so at Belle Visage Dr Sally takes her time to get to know you, thoroughly discussing your areas of concern and what you want to achieve. Dr Sally understands that the small lines on your face could actually be a big burden to you and impact on your day to day life!
With gardening listed as a hobby for over half the adult population of the UK, there are a lot of people at risk of injury now that summer is on its way. At Physio & Therapies the first warm weekends in spring and early summer usually brings us a rash of injuries from back strain to stiff shoulders presenting at our clinic, so here is our advice on how to avoid unnecessary discomfort.
Q) I have recently started getting a sudden pain in the front of my knee just below my knee cap when walking the kids to school and when I go for a run a couple of times a week. The pain happens when I walk or run down hills and I find I am going down the stairs like my Gran, one step at a time because the pain can be so bad. My friends have said it is my ligaments or my cartilage and the GP said that it’s probably ‘wear and tear’, to take Ibuprofen and to lose some weight. I have already lost a stone but the pain is getting worse and the Ibuprofen doesn’t help. What can I do? I don’t want to end up like my mum who can’t walk far without constant pain in her joints.
A) Pain in our joints that occurs while we are moving is usually caused by a mechanical problem within the joint. Most problems occur because the joint is not staying in its’ proper alignment so things catch or rub causing pain and/or inflammation.
Reflexology is one of the safest and most supportive therapies for pregnant women. Lucy Wilson is an experienced Reflexologist, with advanced techniques in maternity reflexology treatments and a passion for this specialised field. She has had the honour to treat many women who suffer from some of the adverse effects of the physiological changes that pregnancy can bring.
Reflexology can be extremely beneficial for expectant, labouring or newly delivered women and for their babies; both to treat a variety of specific conditions and to aid relaxation and induce sleep. Regular sessions throughout pregnancy (after Week 14) can help to alleviate symptoms by encouraging the body’s self-healing and self-regulating systems.
Taking regular exercise and following a balanced diet can have enormous benefits for your overall health, now and in the future and being more physically active can be easy and inexpensive.
Being active isn’t easy for everyone, many people have injuries or conditions that stop them from exercising easily while others simply struggle to find the time, energy or motivation. Whatever your circumstances, here is some simple Physiotherapy advice about how to build easy, effective exercise into your daily routine, how to get started and how to improve your health in a way that’s right for you.
Homeopathy works by supporting the body and its natural healing processes. It considers that when we are out of balance, then our body will produce symptoms as a way of letting us know.
The time of indulgence is over and our well-fed bodies are on the lookout for a fast fix to lose weight and cleanse out the toxins accumulated during the Christmas excesses. So is the answer a detox diet and which of the myriad of claims should we believe?
As I shouted at my TV on Friday willing Heather Watson on at Wimbledon, it reminded me about the conundrum of Tennis Elbow.
Tennis Elbow is officially caused by inflammation of the tendons on the outside of your elbow and is also called lateral epicondylitis. It is classed as an overuse injury and occurs when you do repeated movements and it gets worse if you keep doing the activity that causes the pain. It usually happens on your dominant side. So it is easy to see why it happens in tennis players- as they grip the racquet and then use their arm the tendon that extends the wrist and elbow (called the common extensor tendon) gets inflamed causing pain, swelling and can even make a crunching noise called crepitus.