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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005: Lower Back And Buttocks Pain

When it comes to pain in the lower back or buttocks I find that it is often a combination of joints, muscles and nerves that are the source of the problem. It may or may not be from sciatica, yet people hastily jump to the conclusion that this is the case. Your pain may appear…

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004: Hip And Groin Pain

Before jumping to conclusions about a possible hernia and an unnecessary MRI/ultrasound scan, the real and underlying problem may be detected from a routine consultation and examination. This procedure is much quicker and potentially get you the appropriate treatment and recovery that you are looking for. Careful diagnosis is needed to distinguish whether the pain…

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003: Head And Neck Pain

Sometimes you may experience headache, neck pain or both! You may think that a headache always means a migraine. Not true! Most headaches occur in the nerves, blood vessels, and muscles around the head and neck. In fact, a severe headache may actually come from multiple sources simultaneously. Neck pain may be the result of…

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Client Review – Alice (Ealing, UK)

“I had seen Alice after ankle tendon reconstruction surgery. The short-term goal was to reduce as much inflammation around the local area whilst building up strength and flexibility to avoid secondary issues. I had discussed with her that just being out of pain wasn’t going to ensure that there was going to be problems in…

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Client Review – Amar (Shepherds Bush, UK)

“Amar, like most people, originally Googled his symptoms and assumed he had conditions that he did not have. After going through an assessment it was clear that a combination of trapped nerves around the shoulder and neck, and strained muscles down the arm was causing the pain. Amar was also interested in training and boxing,…

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Client Review – Ivor (Ealing, UK)

“I have been seeing Ivor over the past few years where he was originally concerned with poor circulation to his legs. To go beyond Ivor’s expectations I have always looked to deliver more by improving mobility in the rest of the body by improving mobility in the rest of the body, providing exercises and stretches…

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