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WELCOME TO THE DELGLYN CLINIC

Hello, my name is Dr Nikki Delglyn (Ostm) and I run my own Osteomyology clinic in Great Barton, just outside Bury St Edmunds, I work with several UK charities as well as being mum to two sporty girls and love to keep fit and eat well.

In my clinic I help to look after people from all different walks of life from retirees to professional sports athletes, from mums to children; from high impact sports injuries sustained in Rugby & American Football (go Bury Saints!), post trauma rehabilitation (work & vehicle related) to sprains & tweaks.

Chances are I can help most people and if I can’t I’ll be honest and straight. Trust & integrity is very important to me & my aim is to facilitate a quick and effective recovery from injury so my patients may return to sport, the active lifestyle they love or quite simply able to get back to work.

My website is here to give you lots of information about me and my Clinic, but also is a great place to find some up-to-the minute health, fitness and wellness articles, which I hope you’ll find interesting.

Please don’t forget to follow me on Face Book and Twitter, where I post some great items on keeping healthy and fit!

I look forward to linking up!

I can’t believe the results I’ve seen with Nikki’s help! I feel great with just a few changes in my lifestyle. Thank you!

Mrs S, Bury St Edmunds

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Chicken & Feta Cheese Salad

Chicken & Feta Cheese Salad (with a twist) This is a great recipe for women’s health it is heart, bone and brain healthy!  Packed with protein, antioxidants and fibre it tastes delicious and so easy and quick to make.   Ingredients 1 large handful of baby spinach 1 large handful of rocket 4 cherry tomatoes 2 florets of brocolli – broken into small pieces 1 handful of blueberries 1 handful of raspberries 3 strawberries – halved feta cheese 1 cooked chicken breast – chopped into chunks a drizzle of avocado oil (or olive oil) Optional extras:  sprinkle of sunflower/pumpkin seeds or walnuts to add a little crunch   Method Throw all the ingredients into a large bowl and drizzle over the avocado or olive oil and gently mix until the oil has been dispersed.  Pop onto a clean plate and Enjoy!  If you want keep the salad in the bowl and sprinkle the seeds/nuts over the top and Enjoy!  – saves washing up too... read more

The Benefits of Co-Enzyme Q10

As we enter our 3rd Age women can encounter some really odd symptoms, sometimes bizarre and sometimes damn debilitating, but what is happening to us is a natural process which can be made easier with the right nutrition, exercise, lifestyle changes and supplementation.  Have a read of my story …. I hope it will be of help and interest and of course i’ll keep you posted as to my results! Over the past few months, like many of you, I’ve been suffering migraine type headaches, which, as a newbie to this, has been a shock.  Two days a month of sheer hell!  If you’re a migraine sufferer you will know it’s debilitating and renders you to either the bed or sofa with a cold flannel over your eyes, in the dark to try and sleep it off.   How impractical is that when you have to try and work, look after the children, older members of the family and the house? Eventually, enough was enough and I discussed my symptoms with my Doctor as I felt that it could be hormone or nutrition related.  My full blood tests are due to take place in October, which could potentially mean “tweaking” my hormone treatment, however in the meantime I decided to try his Q-Cell product for 4 months and see if it makes a difference. Even though I eat a varied diet and believe that most of our nutritional needs should come from what we eat, sometimes we need to give nature a helping hand, and using supplements just bridges the gap and ensures our bodies get enough of the right... read more

Avocado & Prawn salad

Great food for healthy eating & peri-menopause Ingredients 1 avocado cut in half (please use a special avocado knife to cut in half and de-stone) handful of prawns – fresh or thawed frozen handful of rocket Optional: a drizzle or olive oil or avocado oil Method Take 1 clean fresh ripe avocado, cut in half Pop some rocket onto a plate, place the avocado on the rocket, then add the prawns Enjoy!  Easy, quick and nutritious food... read more

How to get your 5-a-day

Fruit and vegetables – how to get five-a-day Given the many health benefits of eating more fruits and vegetables, we should all be trying to meet the government’s ‘five-a-day’ target.  I try and encourage everyone to eat at least 5 and even 7 or 9 portions per day!  For women it’s so important as we go through our reproductive lifecycle to eat a diet rich in fruit and vegetables, pulses and grains, as they help maintain our natural hormone balance and protect us from heart disease, osteoarthritis and keep our brain functioning well. So why is it that most UK adults are falling short by around one portion a day, with only 8% of teenagers and about a third of adults actually managing to meet the target?  Why aren’t we eating enough? Perhaps people are still confused about how many portions they need a day, what counts as a portion, or even what constitutes a fruit or vegetable?  The following information will hopefully help you understand a little bit better, what you should be eating and how to get your minimum of five-a-day. Why are fruits and vegetables so beneficial? As well as tasting great, fruits and vegetables are incredibly versatile, packed with essential vitamins and minerals, a variety of phytochemicals (naturally occurring plant substances) and fibre that are vital for good health. Many of these nutrients also act as powerful antioxidants, protecting the body from harmful free radicals (found in pollutants) that can cause disease. As I said above, fruits & vegetables are vital for women’s health and studies have shown that people who eat plenty of fruit and veg... read more

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

Awareness months are great as they get us to focus on health and environmental issues that need attention and this month isn’t an exception.  Bowel cancer has been very close to home; I had a scare a few years ago but luckily it was a case of IBS and ulcerative piles. Phew!  but I’m now very conscious of any changes to my bowel movements, poo and weight fluctuations. In the UK we are very lucky to have a screening programme that begins to screen all those adults over the age of 55 years but that doesn’t mean that young people shouldn’t be aware of the risks of bowel cancer.   In the UK bowel cancer is the 2nd highest killer of adults but it needn’t be that way as it is treatable and curable especially when it is caught in the early stages. Most people diagnosed with bowel cancer are over the age of 50 but on average, more than 2,400 people under the age of 50 are diagnosed each year in the UK and although this is only 5% of those diagnosed, this number is slowly increasing.  It would seem that according to Bowel Cancer UK, younger patients have a very different experience, diagnosis, treatment and care. Signs and symptoms: One or a combination of any of the following symptoms are worthy of investigation and should always be referred to your GP. Any bleeding from your bottom and/or blood found in your stools A change of bowel habit that lasts for 3 weeks or more especially if it looser or runny poo Unexplained weight loss Extreme tiredness for no other reason... read more

No Bread Open Sandwich

No bread open sandwich Love this recipe, quick, easy & simple Ingredients 1 chicken breast cooked 4 slices of cucumber diced small 3  broccoli flourettes, broken into smaller pieces 4 baby gem leaves tablespoon mayonnaise or creme fraiche pepper to taste Optional – 1/2 onion diced Method Throw all the ingredients (except the little gem leaves) together in a bowl and mix thoroughly Spoon out the mix into the little gem leaves and enjoy with some small tomatoes or... read more

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