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Meet our Latest Family Member – Dr. Alison Colville

Originally from Leicestershire, Dr. Alison Colville trained at the University of Manchester and completed her GP specialist training in the Nottingham GP training programme where she gained Specialist experience in Accident & Emergency Services, Trauma and Orthopaedics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Cardiology, Care for the Elderly, Paediatrics, and Psychiatry. In her... 

Posted: 15/08/2017

Colourful Veggies Keep Inflammation Away

As we go about our daily routines our bodies use a process of defence and repair. When the body comes under attack it employs defence mechanisms which can result in inflammatory chemicals floating around your system. Sometimes the body does not properly restore anti-inflammatory responses. Just like you it could... 

Posted: 15/08/2017

Quick changes for a healthier heart

February is all about matters of the heart. February is not only about Valentine's day, it is also #HeartHealth month. The month of the year where medical practitioners and loved ones alike raise awareness about taking proper care of your heart. Think your heart is in need of some tender loving... 

Posted: 19/02/2017

It’s not too late to join the Movember Movement

Now we know the ladies can't grow thick, fluffy whiskers but you can still join in the fun for a good cause. Movember is also about getting up and moving, living a more active lifestyle. For those who don't know, Movember is not just about a sudden trend to grow... 

Posted: 11/11/2016

New addition to our PGPS family

We are excited to announce a new addition to our PGPS family. As of November Dr. Edward Thompson will be joining us on a part-time basis. Dr. Edward Thompson started his career as a complementary medical practitioner in Cambridgeshire and later went on to study general medicine. He is a... 

Posted: 02/11/2016