Treatment With Me – Neck And Upper Back Pain

Sometimes even GPs need treatment. And here is one of my GP clients! More and more feel there’s a limitation upon themselves and the patients they see in the cause of returning to full health under the current NHS system. I have been treating the secondary issues from a history of a disc prolapse and nerve…

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Treatment With Me – Mid Back And Ankle Pain

In some cases I combine movement-based exercise with Chinese medicine to get the best results for my clients. The right exercises helps prevent a reoccurrence of symptoms as there needs to be a transition from the movement I give to the body from treatment to the individual able to perform it themselves.

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Treatment With Me – Lower Back Pain

Ever wondered what a treatment session looks like? It may differ from session to session, person to person depending what the client needs to deliver the results. There are many cases where the advice for rest is given to recover. Someone who understands rehab doesn’t always give that advice. Too much rest can cause stiffness,…

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Treatment With Me – Middle And Lower Back Pain

Sometimes I do home visits, as some of my clients are in too much pain to leave home or restricted with time due to work and family commitments. My client had severe trauma to the lower body many years ago and works long hours seated, which contributes to his lower back pain. Over time I…

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Treatment With Me – Knee And Ankle Pain

Ever wondered what a treatment session looks like? It may differ from session to session, person to person depending what the client needs to deliver the results. People often have ankle pains and knee problems that they are either aware of or unaware of when I examine them. If the ankle is stiff when bending…

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010: Natural Medicine

I have given the term “naturopathy” a more user-friendly label of “natural medicine” for the sake of the many people are unfamiliar with the correct terminology. Given that I look holistically at your overall wellbeing, understanding and addressing the food elements in your body compliments the osteopathy treatment you receive. The proper nutrition facilitates better recovery…

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009: Knee Pain

[ Knee pain can be the result of various factors. These include posture misalignment, sudden injury, overuse from a pre-existing condition, or general body wear and tear, as with arthritis. If you are an elderly person, or someone that runs for sport or recreation, then you are more prone to knee injury. Unless correctly treated…

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008: Elbow Pain

More often that not I find that pain concentrated on the elbow is due to lifestyle or occupational activity. Construction workers, golfers, tennis players or computer-based workers are examples of people repeatedly putting stress and strain on their elbow joint. Symptoms include swelling, reddish appearance and painful when bending. The repetitive activity is putting strain…

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007: Shoulder And Upper Back Pain

The shoulders are a common cause of complaint among my clients. If you are experiencing pain, it could be from one of the following causes: a pinched nerve from the neck, frozen shoulder, strained or inflamed muscles and tendons. Confusion arises between shoulder pain and what is actually upper back pain. For example, slouching of…

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006: Mid-Back Pain

Mid-back pain is commonly related to poor posture, but can also be due to physical trauma from a fall, lifting heavy objects in an improper manner, or a direct impact. Respiratory problems, like asthma, can also create stiffness in the mid-back region. With this condition a typical remedy may include spinal manipulation to relieve surrounding…

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