I often see people with sports injuries.Osteopathy, in most cases, can help in the overall management. Sports Injuries can be generally divided into either being acute (just happened) or more long-standing overuse injuries with each depending on the symptoms and how they feel to the patient. Acute injuries can be a result of things suchContinue reading “Sports Injuries? Let your Osteopath join the team.”
Many of my patients present with problems which could be vastly improved by increasing activity levels. This doesn’t mean climbing the Beacons, it simply means getting the heart rate going for ½ hour or more 2 to 3 times a week with fast walking or swimming or maybe a session of something to maintain elasticityContinue reading “Try some Yoga?”
Our bodies is very good at adapting to what we do with them. Do nothing with it; your body gets good at doing nothing! Put your body through a limited range of movement (like in the gym), your body gets good at doing nothing. Joints become restricted and muscles become shortened. The result – anContinue reading “Life is movement”
Don’t sign up for it! I get advised from those older. It’s only natural to get frustrated from the increasing aches & pains, strains and injuries which we feel occur more as we get older. These are partly due to our body naturally losing elasticity and flexibility along with decreased ability to recover as quickContinue reading “We’re all getting older – help!”
A Perennial question which many have an interpretation on. Instead of reinventing the wheel, here’s a view from a colleague in Scotland holding the same opinion as my own. I hope it helps.