New look for the blog

If you are a returning visitor to the blog you may have noticed we have given it a bit of an update. We have installed a fresh new theme which we think compliments our subject area of therapy/holistic health. We hope you like it. More blog posts coming...

Therapy Room available to rent

We currently have a Therapy Room available to rent and are looking for Qualified Complementary/Holistic Practitioners to compliment our existing Therapists in: Reiki, Counselling and Chiropody. A physiotherapist or Chiropractor would be ideal to add to our range of Therapies, but please do not hesistate to get in touch if you practice something else. We have six Therapy rooms, a client waiting room with toilet and private gated parking for Therapists. There are also parking spaces for clients within 100metres of the centre plus on street parking available. We have good transport links with Cradley Heath Rail and Bus Hub nearby (0.7 miles away) and we are also 1 mile away from Merry Hill Shopping Centre which also has a large bus station. Quarry Bank High street (where we are) has many bus stops along it so you can get to us easily. You can see pictures of the Centre and find out more about us at http://www.librarytherapy.co.uk Contact details are also available at...

Visit our website

The Library Therapy Centre has its own website http://www.librarytherapy.co.uk where you will find lots of information, photos, contact info and location details. So why not pop by? You can also follow us on Twitter...

Do you suffer from ‘text neck’?

As technology has advanced into more portable forms such as tablet PCs and Smart phones, a new condition has been named as ‘text neck’ which is back/neck pain caused by constantly looking down at tablet computers, phones, mp3 players and other devices. Many health problems have been linked to technology such as repetitive strain injury and ‘text thumb’ which all involve the muscles being strained too much. As we all use these devices more and more should we be more careful on how we use them? Visit the telegraph website and search for Mobile phone users suffering from ‘text...