It’s not all doom & gloom and wear & tear
Understanding Osteoarthritis and how a colourful diet of the Mediterranean can help
Location: The British Racing School, Snailwell Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7NU
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Date: Tuesday 3rd June
Professor Cathy Speed, Consultant in Rheumatology, Sports and Exercise Medicine and
Dr Simon Poole a local GP with a passion for the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle.
Have you been told that you have or may have Osteoarthritis? In spite of what many patients are told, and indeed the perception of the general public, Osteoarthritis - particularly if caught early - is very treatable. It is not 'wear and tear' and nor is it 'doom and gloom'!
Presented by Professor Cathy Speed, Consultant in Rheumatology, Sport and Exercise Medicine, understanding Osteoarthritis is her business. Professor Speed will build your awareness on the condition and will share her expertise on the different treatments now available.
Ever wondered what the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle is all about? And why it is said to have wonderful health benefits? Dr Simon Poole will share his enthusiasm for this diet and explain how it can be a healthy way in which to eat and will explain how to integrate it into your normal everyday life. Not only will he have you understanding the omega3-rich foods and the antioxidant properties of olive oil and wine but dare we say it the benefits that chocolate has too.
Reserving a place
Places are limited. To reserve a place, or for more information about this event sponsored by Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital, please call 01223 266929 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.