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Updated: Thursday 29 April 2021

Not getting as much exercise as you’d like? Maybe you’re still working from home, or you’ve become a bit less active over lockdown. Dr Ben Kelly, Head of Clinical Research has 5 tips to help you move around more on a daily basis – starting with easiest first.

Updated: Thursday 29 April 2021

You’ve taken control of your health and wellbeing and joined the gym, so why the worry? Senior Wellbeing Personal Trainer, Graham Morland, tackles first-time gym-goer anxieties head on.

Updated: Thursday 29 April 2021

Looking to become more active? It can be tricky to know where to start, especially if you’re used to a more sedentary lifestyle or have simply fallen out of the habit. That’s why we’ve put together this easy 30-day exercise plan to help you build a routine to boost your fitness and wellbeing.

Updated: Thursday 29 April 2021

Back issues are extremely common. Research reveals that 4 in 5 adults (that’s 80%) experience the discomfort and distress of back pain. Despite what you may think, resting won’t help your back recover. Being inactive leads to stiffer joints, and sitting for long periods compresses them further, potentially causing more pain. You need to keep your spine active in order for the joints to stay limber. That’s why exercise is commonly advised as one of the best ways to help prevent and manage most back pain.

Updated: Thursday 29 April 2021

Starting a training routine can be challenging. Personal Trainer Olivia Tyler gives her top tips for goal setting and building an effective training plan to set yourself up for success.

Updated: Thursday 29 April 2021

There's a lot of confusing terminology thrown around in the fitness industry. Senior Personal Trainer Phil Goulding breaks through the jargon to explain the definitions of the key training terms.

Updated: Wednesday 28 April 2021

For the final week of Stress Awareness Month, the focus is on our bodies. Prevention Lead Gosia Bowling and Head of Emotional Wellbeing Brendan Street discuss how we can regain control of our physical health, from exercising more to having a better sleep routine.

Updated: Tuesday 27 April 2021

A quarter of over 55s have done no exercise at all since the start of the first lockdown, while 41% of Britons surveyed say their mental health has worsened[1], according to a new Index that lays bare the true impact of COVID-19 on the nation.

Updated: Thursday 22 April 2021

Stephen Trussell, Personal Trainer at Nuffield Health, has put together a fun, full-body workout to get your kids moving.

Updated: Wednesday 21 April 2021

We have appointed Anthony Fitzgerald as the first Matron for our new hospital located at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. It will be the City of London’s only independent hospital, providing a single patient pathway via our connected network of healthcare, fitness and wellbeing services. The new hospital, called Nuffield Health at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, is set to open in the autumn.

Updated: Wednesday 21 April 2021

Week three of Stress Awareness Month is about working habits. Prevention Lead Gosia Bowling and Head of Emotional Wellbeing Brendan Street discuss ‘leavism’, ‘bedmin’ and how we can adapt to hybrid working.

Updated: Wednesday 21 April 2021

“My role is to inspire and take care of nurses and clinicians, supporting them to deliver outstanding care to our patients. No other London hospital can offer patients a connected clinical pathway in the way this new hospital can.”

Updated: Friday 16 April 2021

We are working with Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust to seconde 28 of our employees into family liaison, clerical, operational and administrative positions including COVID-19 swabbing to support the NHS Trust’s efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Updated: Tuesday 13 April 2021

For the first week of Stress Awareness Month, Prevention Lead Gosia Bowling and Head of Emotional Wellbeing Brendan Street discuss how we can ease ourselves back into society.

Updated: Wednesday 7 April 2021

Not sure what to expect after pelvic organ prolapse surgery? Jo Lang, National Lead for Pelvic Health Physiotherapy at Nuffield Health, explains what happens after surgery and shares her tips for a healthy recovery.

Updated: Wednesday 7 April 2021

Pelvic floor muscles play a part in a range of women’s health issues, from urinary continence to sensitivity during sex. Hayley Saunders, Physiotherapist at Nuffield Health, explains why and how to look after your pelvic floor muscles.

Updated: Wednesday 7 April 2021

For the majority of people summer is a time to enjoy the outdoors and let your hair down, however, for women who struggle to control their bladder, the thought of summer can bring on a lot of anxiety. Suzie Venn and Angela Birnie share their top tips to help women who are experiencing this.

Updated: Tuesday 6 April 2021

It's so much more than a fancy treadmill. Here's 4 unique ways to use the TECHNOGYM SKILLMILL to improve your fitness.

Updated: Tuesday 30 March 2021

Is a bad hip stopping you from doing everyday things? Mr Wilhelm Wagner, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Nuffield Health Shrewsbury Hospital, reveals the signs you might need a new one.

Updated: Tuesday 30 March 2021

Nuffield Health Senior Personal Trainer Phil Goulding explains what continuous training is, what it's good for and when to do it.