Source: OK magazine
Date/Issue: 09 Mar 2016
On Good Morning Britain, Rebecca talks about dislocating her shoulder while practising for the show, and having acupuncture to help in the aftermath.
She wasn't the only star to be injured during this series alone, with the majority of the celebrities taking part having sustaining some sort of injury.
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Source: South Wales Echo
Date/Issue: 08 Mar 2016
Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington has never been afraid of a challenge, but her dramatic crash landing in Channel Four's winter sports show The Jump, was traumatic.
Source: Healthy magazine
Date/Issue: 07 Mar 2016
Looking for an alternative to painkillers? Rebecca Adlington shares why you should be more aware of this traditional therapy
Source: The High Tea Cast
Needles aren’t items that conjure the image of deep relaxation and healing the soul. They provoke more of a hospital-and-antiseptic vibe for me, which is probably why I’ve always opted to remedy back pain and practiced self-care with massage. That, however, may well change. I was given the opportunity to try my first ever acupuncture session in aid of Acupuncture Week 2016, and as my lovely acupuncturist Emma Perris told me, acupuncture is really rather addictive.
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