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Is your home office ruining your posture?

Posted by on October 29th, 2020

Poor posture may cause back and shoulder pain. Hatfield Practice

More of us than ever are now working from home and that’s bad news for back health. Poor posture from slouching can put pressure on the vertebrae and contribute to overworked muscles. Whether you’re working from your home office or returning to the office, maintaining a healthy posture can prevent ... (Read more)


Knee Bursitis

Posted by on February 20th, 2020

How to recognise and treat knee bursitis

Knee bursitis is inflammation of a small fluid-filled sac (bursa) near and around the knee joint. Bursae help to reduce friction and cushion pressure points between your bones, tendons, muscles and skin near your joints.

Symptoms of knee bursitis

Knee bursitis symptoms vary, depending on which bursa is affected and what’s causing ... (Read more)


Sciatica -The Hatfield Practice

Posted by on January 11th, 2020

Back pain explained

The Hatfield Practice has provided solutions for back pain and sciatica since 1988. The Practice aims to provide you with professional,  effective and affordable treatments. Please feel free to give us a call on Hatfield 01707 888229 and we will do our best to help you today.

The term ... (Read more)


Acupuncturist Jenny Meagor

Posted by on August 11th, 2015

Biog Jenny Meagor Acupuncturist BA BSc MBAcC

Jenny Meagor BA BSc (Acupuncture) MBAcC. joined The Hatfield Practice team in the Spring. Jenny is a Traditional Acupuncturist. She joins Helen Taylor Weekes, Co-Director of the practice and Senior Acupuncturist with nearly 30 years of experience.


Recent charity events

Posted by on May 16th, 2015

On a sunny Sunday afternoon at Stanborough Lakes, the Hatfield Practice team were out in the community working hard to help the Willows foundation charity cycle ride. The event hosted over 600 cyclists and provided a welcoming end of ride welcome. Special guests included ex international and Arsenal professional goalkeepers ... (Read more)


Quick fix for headaches at the Hatfield Practice

Posted by on March 17th, 2015

Hatfield Headaches

HEADACHE SPECIALIST:
At the Hatfield Practice we often come across different types of headache pain. It is suggested that over 80% of us will endure aggressive headaches over our lifetimes. A tension headache often presents as a dull, non-throbbing head  pain, often on both sides of the head. Migraines are more ... (Read more)


Hydration – What does it mean to you?

Posted by on January 27th, 2015

Water advice from The Hatfield Practice

Hydration is the process of replacing water in the body. Water is life, an incredible miracle that keeps us alive. Even today science does not understand everything about its magical chemistry and quirky behaviours. Furthermore, we all probably know that water is the best natural cleanser. Water is the ... (Read more)


Spread the love! Love Massage at the Hatfield Practice

Posted by on December 9th, 2014

Hatfield Practice, 6 Ground lane. Hatfield, Hertfordshire. Providing complementary health care

We are fast approaching the Christmas festival season and we would like to say a huge thank you for supporting us over the last year. In 2015 The Hatfield Practice has provided over ten thousand treatments to local people. We have received some fantastic comments and made many friends a long the ... (Read more)


Posture and Why its Important? Our Five tips !

Posted by on November 19th, 2014

Posture advice at the Hatfield Physiotherapy Pracyice

Hatfield Practice physiotherapy can help with your posture. Physiotherapists at The Hatfield Practice will often as part of your treatment give postural advice. Whether you spend the majority of your time sitting at home, at work or out exercising and sometimes a mixture of all three - a good posture can seriously help long term back/spine health


Back pain at the Hatfield Practice

Posted by on October 6th, 2014

As many of us have experienced, back pain can play a major negative effect in our daily lives. It can remove time away from employment, interfere with a healthy balanced lifestyle and can influence physical or psychological stress.
The Science part

Your spine consists of a large number of ligaments and muscles