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Back Pain ShowThe Back Pain Show 2013, Olympia, London

The Back Show attracts thousands of back pain sufferers, health professionals and therapists.

The nect Back Show will take place on February 22nd & 23rd 2013. Bringing together new products, new experts, new techniques and a new audience to what will be the biggest and best show ever!


Nursing in praticeThe Nursing in Practice Event is the largest free conference and expo dedicated to primary care nurses across the UK

Designed specifically to meet the educational needs of practice nurses and other primary care specialists, each programme features an impressive collection of speakers delivering highly topical and relevant presentations.

The educational conferences are complemented by an exhibition featuring key charities, product suppliers, educational institutes, services to primary care and recruitment specialists.

Nursing in Practice Events 2012:

Belfast – The Waterfront – 20th Mar 2012
Newcastle – Racecourse – 3rd May 2012
Manchester – Bridgewater Hall – 30th May 2012
London – Business Design Centre – 18th Sep 2012
Bournemouth – Bournemouth Int. Centre – 9th Oct 2012
Birmingham – NEC – 13th Nov 2012
Cardiff – City Hall – 27th Nov 2012


Allergy ShowThe Allergy and Gluten Free show

18-20 May 2012, Olympia, London
27-28 October 2012, BT Convention Centre, Liverpool

What can you expect from AGF 2012?

  • Shopping for new and innovative products
  • Free-to-attend expert seminars
  • Consultant Allergists, Dermatologists, Dieticians and Respiratory Specialists
  • Cooking Zone
  • Demo Zone
  • Parent workshops
  • Health professional masterclasses

RSI Action

RSI Action

RSI Action… is the new national RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) charity

Our objects are:

  • To facilitate the prevention of the conditions known collectively as Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) in the UK.
  • To facilitate the relief of sickness, hardship and distress amongst those suffering within the UK from RSI symptoms.

Health and wellbeing at work

The Health and Wellbeing at Work show, 6-7 March 2012, NEC Birmingham

Now in its sixth successful year, Health and Wellbeing at Work has firmly established itself as the leading event for those responsible for the health and wellbeing of work-aged people. Today, more than ever, organisations need to ensure their employees are fit, healthy, energised and in work. There is added pressure to reduce absences and to offer opportunities to those not currently in the workplace. Health and Wellbeing at Work will provide you with cost-effective, inspiring and innovative ideas to ensure that you are ahead of the game.


Back CareBackCare.org.uk, the charity for healthier backs, aims to:

  • be a source of independent, evidence based-information about the causes, treatments and management of back pain
  • promote best practice in the diagnosis, treatment and management of disorders of the spine
  • prevent incapacity from back pain

CCTNChildren’s Complementary Therapy Network, CCTN

6th CCTN Conference
18th May 2013

Conventional and complementary therapy management of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).
Workshops to give you the opportunity to learn in more detail about some of the complementary therapies used by children/families in general.


Janey Lee Grace

www.ImperfectlyNatural.com

Janey Lee Grace writes columns for 4 current mainstream magazines recommending natural products, including her own ‘Janey Loves’ section in the hugely successful Natural Health Magazine available in WH Smith and most High Street outlets.

Read about Bowen Therapy on Janey Lee Grace’s website – click here.

Enter a competition to win a complimentary Bowen Therapy session – click here for information.


Menopause Exchange Network

www.yourexchangenetwork.co.uk

“This website is a single point of contact for all your [Menopause] needs. It’s the one place to find your answers …

As well as that, if you’re the partner or a relative of a menopausal woman, you may well be in need of a listening ear yourself!”

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