Month: October 2016

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)

More people than I care to remember over the years have suffered with POTS, especially those with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Simple interventions I have used with clients over the years has seen many clients return back to work and increased their standards of living. Let’s take a look at POTs, its mechanism and give you something to take away, use and hopefully help yourself. Read more

Ehlers-Danlos Volunteers Needed

Hey guys, as you know I am always making minor changes to my programmes and every once in a while, I offer the programmes for free to test how well they work. I have a few projects lined up for next year and in particular, an Ehlers-Danlos project. As many of you know I can only help so much when it comes to the gastric and other problems that Hyper Lax connective tissue can cause, but when it comes to structural problems, mobility and pain I can help a lot. My programmes are well known and have even been in the press on a few occasions Read more


Why we need to stop advising Graded exercise for CFS/ME

As someone who is a huge advocate of exercise, the title of this may seem confusing. I have seen countless people over the years with all kinds of chronic conditions. I’ve had EDS clients bound to wheelchairs walking in a matter of weeks, Fibromyalgia clients return back to work after a 15 year break and CFS/ME clients fully recover and return back to their old lives. How I work with the CFS/ME population is vastly different to the other groups and this current method we have of prescribing everyone with graded exercise is by far the most damaging thing a “professional” can do, and it must stop. Read more

        I’ve had a lot of emails lately asking if there will be any more road shows this year. …

The “New” guide to hypermobility – Part 3 – Stretching the truth

If you want a subject that will make your head spin, then welcome to Part 3- Stretching the truth.  Why can some people …

♪Go Jonny Go♪

Working with me is hard. Super hard. There’s a long line of people who will tell you the same. Despite the hard journey …