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 Purus Active Health - Osteopathy & Sports Massage

Geneva Marathon 2019

May 12th 2019 was the date of the Geneva Marathon and lead Osteopath Marks 16th! He chose this one due to timing of the year, easy to get to and mainly due to another rejection from the London marathon! We asked him a few questions about how it went - How did training...

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 Purus Active Health - Osteopathy & Sports Massage

When you hear of hoofbeats think of horses, not zebras…

At Purus our therapists go through a detailed examination to help diagnose your condition which will help with the treatment and get you back healthy again. Despite being able to diagnose a number of musculoskeletal injuries,  we realise is that certain injuries pop...

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 Purus Active Health - Osteopathy & Sports Massage

Meet our osteopathy mum

Over the years we have developed an expert team at Purus and Sian Eaton is an integral part of this. She has worked for us for the past eight years and in that time has got married and had her first baby, Oscar, who is now two.She now manages to juggle being one of...

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 Purus Active Health - Osteopathy & Sports Massage

Tales of a first marathon

Laura, one of our Athlete Lab Osteopaths, decided to bite the bullet this year and run her first marathon. Crazy woman. We asked her a few questions on her training, motivation and actual race day experience. 1. Which was your first marathon and why choose that...

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 Purus Active Health - Osteopathy & Sports Massage

How Important is Rest?

Mark was recently asked a few questions on the importance of rest for people training. Here are his answers: Why is it important to rest?  We all understand that an exercise program is needed to improve our fitness. However we sometimes don’t place as much emphasis on...

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 Purus Active Health - Osteopathy & Sports Massage

What did you do this summer…

Mieke has been a patient at Purus for the past two years. In 2017 she embarked on her first lifestyle adventure and created Powered by Me. The rules were simple. To travel for a whole year only using human-powered transport, to blog about my journey and to raise money...

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