COFFEE MORNING - A GREAT SUCCESS ! 
Our open coffee morning held at our Exmouth clinic earlier this month, with the theme 'A New Year a New You' was a resounding success.

We expect to hold a similar morning at our Exeter clinic shortly and will no doubt have other themed events through the coming year.

Check our site regularly for details.

Anyone who missed the day but who is interested in having a complimentary spinal check, attending a coming talk by either one of our Chiropractors or Therapists or indeed generally wanting more information on the services our clinic and therapists offer, should either call our front desk staff on Exmouth 01395 222656 or Exeter 01392 271835 or speak to our Practice Manager
Anne-Marie James on 07989 924848



JANE HANCOCK (Dip.Couns.MBACP) Counselling and Mentoring 
Jane is a qualified counsellor working from our clinic, via a local GP surgery, charity and local secondary school. She is also happy to cover home visits.

As a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and bound by its ethical framework for good practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Jane aims to help you cope with any life difficulties that you are experiencing. No issue is too small.

She has a wide range of expertise in counselling and mentoring. Some of the reasons people seek her help are bereavement, depression, stress, anxiety, life traumas and abuse.

She is also running a specialist course 'Slimage' looking at the behavioural side of why we over eat and teaching skills to deal with this, re-educating the way we think about food and what we eat and enabling a healthy attitude to food and diet.

Jane can be contacted in complete confidence on 01395 265963
email: jane@eastdevoncounsellingservice.co.uk

or find out more at her website
www.eastdevoncounsellingservice.co.uk


A NEW YEAR - A NEW YOU ! OPEN COFFEE MORNING AT OUR EXMOUTH CLINIC SATURDAY 12TH JANUARY 2008 
A NEW YEAR AND A NEW YOU !
WITH THE EXMOUTH CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
53 IMPERIAL ROAD EXMOUTH, EX8 3BX
OPEN MORNING, SATURDAY 12TH JANUARY, 10AM ONWARDS

Over 88,000 people in the UK suffer with ongoing aches and pains and today’s busy lifestyles can build up health problems that worsen with time.

Make a New Year resolution to take better care of yourself!

The Exmouth Chiropractic clinic is holding an open coffee morning on
Saturday the 12th of January to help you on your way.

There will be a short talk by
Dr David Evans one of our resident Chiropractors
at 10.30am explaining Chiropractic care.
Safe for all ages and aimed at our entire general health, fitness and well-being.

There will also be complimentary spinal checks for visitors new to the clinic.

In addition, our other complimentary health therapists will also be giving demonstrations throughout the morning
these will include -

11.00 am Alison Martineau, Manager of our Spinal Rehabilitation Gym
explaining Core stability, Personal Fitness/Exercise Programs & Pilates

11.30am Anna Mazzieri our resident Massage Therapist
on Therapeutic and Sports massage

Val Davies our Acupuncturist
will be there, explaining her treatments and techniques
along with

Jane Hancock – Member of the east Devon Counselling service
and
‘Slimage’ Advisor aimed at
‘changing your way of thinking about food and weight control’

So come along and meet the team !

Call our Practice Manager
Anne-Marie James on 07989 924848
for more details

We look forward to seeing you …




















Christmas Quiz for the Childrens Trust - answers and winner! 
CHRISTMAS QUIZ ANSWERS


1. Name 3 of Santa’s reindeers ( a point for each one) - here's the full nine
Comet Prancer Vixen Blitzen Dasher Dancer Cupid Donner and Rudolph
2. Which is not a real town in America ? Snowflake,Texas
- Noel Missouri, Santa Claus Georgia and St Nicholas Florida - all exist
3.In the rhyme ‘ The twelve days of christmas’ how many Lords were there ‘a leaping’ ? 10
4.If you find a coin in your xmas pudding it means wealth but what does finding a button mean? You will stay single
5.If you are given ‘Frumenty’ at a xmas gathering what would you do with it?
Eat it – it’s similar to Christmas pudding
6.Where do Turkeys come from? USA
7. How many candles are there in a traditional advent wreath? 5
8. Who banned Christmas carols between 1647 and 1660 ? Oliver Cromwell
9.Who wrote the song ‘White Christmas’ Irving Berlin
trick question that - Bing Crosby sang it!
10.When did the first Christmas tree go up in Trafalgar square? 1947
11.Who invented the Christmas cracker? Thomas Smith ( a confectioner who used it to gift wrap sweets – the hats, trinkets, bang and jokes were added later )
12. How many sides does a snowflake have ? 6
13. What is the traditional name for boxing day? St Stephen’s Day
14. In the ‘Nutcracker ‘ who is the nutcracker prince’s sworn enemy?
The Mouse King
15. At the end of ‘A Christmas Carol’ Scrooge invites bob Cratchit for some ‘smoking bishop’ what is this? A hot spicy drink
16. According to folklore what did the original three stockings filled by St Nicholas contain? Money ( for the noblemen’s daughters dowries)
17.In the houses of old England what was ‘Christmas lambswool’?
A brew of hot ale with roast apples - given to arriving guests to warm them.
18.In Victorian England turkeys were taken to market in London - to get them to London - They gave them (leather) boots to wear or 'tarred' their feet for the often considerable journey
19.The traditional Yule logs of the Norsemen were carried to the townsfolk by -
Thirteen ‘gift giving goblins’
20.The first commercial Christmas card caused offence because - It depicted a family, including children, drinking wine
21.The Poinsietta flower comes from Mexico
22.King George V delivered the first Kings speech in 1932 but who wrote it?Rudyard Kipling
23.If you were born on Christmas day what is your birthstone? Turquoise
24. What was the first ornament to top the Christmas tree? Baby Jesus - Not the fairy or even a star - both more modern ornament additions
25. What bought ‘Frosty the Snowman’ to life? An old hat
26. PIGS IN MUDD STARCH becomes CHRISTMAS PUDDING


Our winner is Joan Ware

Thank you to everyone who had a go and Happy Christmas !















ACUPUNCTURE NOW AT OUR EXMOUTH CLINIC  
We are pleased to Welcome

VAL DAVIS, B.Sc., Lic.Ac.
(Member of the British Acupuncture Council)

who is bringing
TRADITIONAL ACUPUNCTURE
to our Exmouth Clinic

Val says.....


"I am very excited about joining the team at Dr. Martineau’s Chiropractic Clinic.

I have been a therapist for more than 20 years and have practised Acupuncture for the last 10 years in East Devon. As well as being at the Exmouth practice every Tuesday, I also work in Sidmouth and Axminster. Before being a therapist I worked as a psychiatric nurse for several years.

Acupuncture is a system of healing which has been in continuous use in China and the East for thousands of years. It is very effective for such conditions as arthritis, back pain, sciatica, hormonal irregularities, digestive and circulatory problems as well as emotional health problems. Some people have acupuncture to strengthen their constitution and immune system or just to help them feel better in themselves.

I have specialist training in the use of acupuncture for addictions such as smoking; pregnancy management, childbirth and fertility issues. I also practice Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture (FRA) which is relatively new to the UK. If you would like to discuss having treatment or make an appointment please either contact the clinic or ring me direct on (01395) 578050.





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