Christmas Newsletter 2016

More Rehab Ltd

As 2016 draws to a close, we wish you a Happy Christmas and hope you have a great start to the New Year. 

As 2016 draws to a close, we wish you a Happy Christmas and hope you have a great start to the New Year.

 2016 has been an exciting year for More Rehab and our clients. We have seen the completion of our clinic in Doncaster, our Amber Valley Clinic steadily expanding with expansion in Sheffield and a new team in Nottingham. The range of services that we can provide our clients has improved as well as the constant growth and experience of our specialised team of professionals allowing us to offer the services of More Rehab to a wider range of clients. There have been many exciting developments in rehabilitation in 2016 and we have been lucky enough to engage with many of these innovations. 

The More Rehab offices and clinics will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day & Tuesday 27th December. We will also be closed on January 2nd. We will still be responding to our urgent clients as required.

 See below some unusual Christmas-time accidents below. (RoSPA, 2016) 
More than 80,000 people a year need hospital treatment for injuries that occur over the Christmas holiday. (NHS website). 
 1) Christmas trees are a dangerous weapon – According to RoSPA more than 1000 people every year are hurt by their Christmas tree. This is usually in the form of overreaching to put the fairy on top, or tripping over the electrical cables that supply the lights.

 2) A&E reported 4 broken arms last year as a result of cracker pulling accidents.

 3) 3 people died last year as a result of testing a 9 V battery on their tongue.

 4) 5 people were injured in accidents involving out-of-control Scalextric cars.

 5) 18 people cracked their skull 1997 after falling asleep whilst throwing up in the toilet.

 6) 31 people have died whilst watering Christmas tree with the fairy lights are still plugged in.

 7) 541 people have been seen in emergency clinics in last 2 years with damaged teeth from opening beer bottles with the teeth.

 8) 101 people have had to have bits of plastic removed from the soles of their feet after treading on toys and packaging.

 9) 19 people in the last 3 years have died after eating what they believed were chocolate Christmas decorations.

 Office Quick Fire Christmas Quiz……….

So we had a quick ask round the staff that have been in the office today for their favourite Christmas Movies and quotes.

See if you can guess the Movies from the quotes below (answers are on our website!)

1) “Well, there are some things you should know [about New York]. First off, if you see gum on the street, leave it there. It isn’t free candy. Second, there are, like, thirty Ray’s Pizzas. They all claim to be the original. But the real one’s on 11th. And if you see a sign that says ‘Peep Show,’ that doesn’t mean that they’re letting you look at the new toys before Christmas.”

2) “My God! The Dukes are going to corner the entire frozen orange juice market!”

3)“If the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, you can bet the water bill is higher.”

4)P1 : Well, I would greatly like to oblige, Mr. Collins, but I cannot make this reindeer fly.

     P2 : I didn’t think so.

     P1 : He only flies on Christmas Eve.

 5)P1 : Why the hell did you take your shoes off?

P2 : Why the hell are you dressed like a chicken?

 So we wish you all the best to the end of 2016 and hope 2017 sees you all in good health and cheer.

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Many thanks

From the team at More Rehab

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