News & events 


Patients attending our Holly House clinic in Cottingham may need to be aware of the following road closures: 
George Street will be closed for approx. 4 weeks from Monday 3rd July. 
Hallgate will be closed for approx. 4 weeks from Monday 3rd July. 
Northgate will have 2-way traffic lights for approx. 1 week from Monday 31st July. 
Diversions will be in place whilst road works are taking place. 

New Osteopath 

A warm WELCOME to osteopath Dianne King who has joined the practice. 
Dianne has been practicing as an osteopath in London for the last 6 years. She has moved up to Hull with her family and will be working with us at our Beverley and Cottingham surgeries. 
Dianne graduated with a Master’s degree from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010. She has a particular interest in treating Sports Injuries and took a leading role in providing osteopathy during the London Olympics and Paralympics in 2012. She is also experienced in giving postural and work station advice for employees and treating a wide variety of work related conditions. 
For appointments call our 24/7 booking line 01482 875004. 

Apples for Alzheimer's 

We are proud to announce that we have raised £265.80 for the Alzheimer’s Society over the last few weeks. This breaks our previous record last year. 
The Bramley apple tree at the back of the Cottingham surgery has produced a huge crop this year. Baskets and boxes of apples were left in the waiting room at our Beverley and Cottingham surgeries. 
A big thank you to everyone who took apples and donated to Alzheimer’s. 

Schools talks 

At Wadsworth Osteopaths we are keen to promote health awareness. We are holding a series of talks in schools to help children understand how best to keep themselves fit and well. 
Healthy habits started early in life will pay dividends in the future. 
A range of different talks are available for different age groups. 
If you would like us to talk to one of the classes in your school please contact: Robert Wadsworth 0774 771 0317 
1. Promoting Healthy Lifestyle 
• Healthy diet 
- Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins 
- Vitamins 
- Fibre 
- 5-a-day 
- Sugar 
• Exercise 
- Different exercise programmes to suit different levels of fitness 
- Body types 
- Muscle types: Red and white fibre muscle for short burst and endurance activity 
- Training programmes 
• Smoking, Alcohol, Drugs 
- Health risks associated with legal and illegal drugs 
• Noticing when something is wrong – PAIN: when is it normal, when does it need to be dealt with 
- Dealing with injury & self help 
- Normal healing 
- When I need help 
2. The Human Body and How it Works 
• The skeleton: 'Dead Bod' - can you put the bone back where it belongs? 
• The spine: 4 legs vs 2 legs 
• Weak joints and strong joints  
• Sitting too long can reduce your lifespan: 6hrs TV per day over lifetime can shorten your life by 4.8years 
• Increased risk of: Diabetes, heart disease, cancers, osteoporosis, DVT 
• Telomeres 
• Back pain 
• What can I do? 
- Reduce sitting overall, incorporate more movement into you life 
- Alternate between sitting and standing, where possible get up every 20mins 
- If you have to sit for longer periods 
- Shift in your seat 
- Use calf muscle pump 
• Growing bones 
• Carrying and posture 
• Even loading 
• Rucksacks 
• Clear out 
3. How do I rate myself? 
• Questionnaire 
Wadsworth Osteopaths & schools talks