London (PRWEB UK) 9 September 2011
Pregnant women and new mums will be given expert advice on how to achieve peak health and fitness during a coffee morning hosted in SW London by Pure Sports Medicine.
The specialist team work with elite athletes, but their medical, nutritional and physiological expertise goes beyond sport. This expertise is just as applicable to a mum-to-be as it is an Olympic hopeful: while the purpose is obviously very different, both are seeking to be in optimal condition, and similar evidence-based principles can be applied.
Held at their Raynes Park clinic based at David Lloyd Leisure in Bushey Road on Tuesday 20 September at 12.30pm, the session will feature clinical experts able to answer questions and give professional advice to new and expecting mothers about how to achieve maximum health and fitness.
The seminar will cover the following topics:
- exercise, pain and problems in pregnancy
- nutrition from conception to weaning
- exercise classes directed by David Lloyd personal trainers
Drinks and snacks will be provided and babies very welcome!
To register call 0208 5407266 or email reception.raynespark(at)puresportsmed(dot)com
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For further information contact:
Pure Sports Medicine: Andrew Willett, tel: 07789 391 386 http://www.davidlloyd.co.uk/home/clubs/raynespark/pure
About Pure Sports Medicine at David Lloyd Leisure Raynes Park
'Pure Sports Medicine at David Lloyd' is a unique, sports injury practice dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems. 'Pure Sport Medicine at David Lloyd' is a new concept with a state-of-the-art purpose built medical facility constructed within David Lloyd's premium health and fitness club at Raynes Park. The facility is open to both members and non-members.
Pure's specialists have worked with national teams and sporting institutes, and currently consult to numerous Premiership Football and Rugby Clubs. Their specialists include sports doctors, orthopaedic consultants, physiotherapists, osteopaths, nutritionists, podiatrists, massage therapist and trainers for all.