Session 5: Minimise aches and pains (MSK)

April 26th, 2020

Here at Newcastle Premier Health we are proud to announce our fifth live, and FREE to join, remote session – giving clients the opportunity to discuss a range of health and wellbeing subjects live, with a selection of our trusted professionals.

We hope that the live and remote sessions will give our clients, their friends and family members, a platform to discuss their health and wellbeing goals in what is uncertain times. Subjects have been carefully thought out and are designed to help whilst we all adjust to new and unfamiliar situations – both physically and mentally.


Minimise aches and pains (MSK)

A change in environment can place increased strain on the body which can develop into aches and pains, join an open discussion with professionals from NPH on how to minimise risk.

Who: Clients of NPH

What: Live and remote session on how to minimise aches and pains

When: Thursday the 30th April 2020 at 15:00 (lasting up to 60-minutes)

How: Remotely connect via Zoom*

*Zoom is a free and easy to use, reliable cloud platform for video and/or audio chat which can be accessed on mobile, tablet and laptops – click here for easy to follow instructions.


Remote Access

To reserve your ‘seat’ and for instructions (including a unique ‘Meeting ID’) on how to join the remote and secure session, we kindly ask that simply enter your details below:

By opting in, you consent to the session being recorded and shared with a select few clients.

Please Note: The session will be recorded and shared with a select few clients who cannot attend. Unless stated in writing, Newcastle Premier Health will progress on the understanding that you are accepting of this and consent to the session being recorded.

*Once you’ve registered, please make sure to check all of your folders for the confirmation email*

Next Week

We are pleased to announce that remote questions and answer sessions will become a weekly fixture – every Thursday at 15:00. If you are engaged this week, please do join us next week for an open discussion about where we are now – in relation to Covid-19.