Change is good for you, and at Sarum, we are embracing it as we say a fond farewell to some and a BIG hello to others.
We can all find change challenging and hard to deal with – it can leave you feeling a little discombobulated. And while September can feel like a time of new beginnings, the drawing in of nights and colder weather can leave you feeling out of sorts.
So, how do you embrace change?
Whether that be a new season and the need to dig out the waterproof running gear or something more significant, such as a big birthday, a new job, or boss. Even small shifts in your regular routine – when stuff doesn’t go to plan – can irritate you more than usual when you are feeling out of sync.
But the good news is that just like a variation in your fitness routine, change can bring wonderful benefits and positive impact.
Embrace change by:
- Seeing it as an opportunity to try or learn something new.
- Acknowledging it as a new beginning or fresh start.
- Welcoming it with open arms and a positive mindset.
- Appreciating the chance to shake things up a bit.
- Grabbing it with both hands and giving it your best.
Of course, a positive mindset, a splash of determination and a dash of willpower might NOT be enough. You may need support from your loved ones and friends, your work colleagues or a hug from the dog. And this applies to life, health, well-being – everything really.
At Sarum, we are a team, a family. This is why the shifts here are easier for me to embrace. Although I’ve only just removed Izzy from the website after her retirement, which was back in February of this year (2022). ?
Changes at Sarum
Core to the way we work here at Sarum is to listen first, hands-on and lots of laughter in and out of our treatment rooms. A family of practitioners working together, so you receive the right treatment at the right time and to suit your needs and lifestyle.
A fabulous team that provides a breadth of expertise and years of experience, more than we care to calculate. I’m also mindful when recruiting to the team that Sarum provides you with a rich offering of physiotherapists with different areas of interest. So, I’m super excited that we have two new physios, and today would like to introduce you to Deanna White.
Deanna qualified as a Physiotherapist from the University of Southampton in 2019. Her work within the NHS has focused on MSK outpatients and Neurological rehabilitation, and the study of pain mechanisms means she particularly enjoys helping people understand more about their bodies.
Call 01722 415 055 to make an appointment with Deanna. Or any of our great physios, who are here to help you do more of what you love easier, faster or more competitively, including racing the grandchildren.