By Kevin Unitt 27/07 Updated: 30/07 07:16
INFORMATIVE talks on osteoporosis and repetitive strain injury are being held in Leamington over the coming weeks.
On Tuesday evening (July 31) – from 7.30pm at The Liberal Club in Upper Holly Walk – local experienced osteopath Jane O'Connor will give a talk about her research into the bone disease, which kills 14,000 people across the country annually and affects one in two women and one in five men aged over 50.
On Tuesday August 21 – at the same venue – she will give a second talk about the treatment of 'mouse shoulder', a painful repetitive strain injury commonly seen in office workers.
Entry to both talks is free.
Jane has been a practising osteopath for more than 30 years and is a member of the General Osteopathic Council.
Visit her website http://leamington-osteopaths.co.uk for more information on the conditions, or further details on the talks.
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