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Rather than confusing you with technical jargon let's look at the various parts of the body that incapacitate, resulting in pain and even immobilisation. Simply click on the the image next to the description that fits you most. You will be taken to a follow-up page where I do a video demonstration of what's the cause and what's the cure.

After watching my video you will additionally find a registration form on each page where you can request my 15-minute online overview video. Don't forget that upon registration you can also request an obligation-free live Skype consultation with me as well.


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 trapped nerves, lack of sleep, dehydration, stress or a severe jolt.

When examining such patients I first of all need to review their case history. Symptoms, lifestyle history, nutrition, medical history, sleeping patterns, etc all provide indications that tell a story. Especially if you have been suffering for an extended period then these indicators become more relevant to get to the true cause of the problem. Watch my video presentation to find out more.


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 the shoulders can trigger the straining of nearby upper-back muscles and tendons. Bad seating posture and any stress are prime factors for upper back tension.

Depending on your condition, I would consider ways to restore the range of motion in the affected location and any other contributory locations. Subconsciously you may be more dominate on one side as opposed to the other which can lead to your suffering. As this a complex region I recommend that you attentively watch my video explanation.


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 muscle tension. Thinking that rest alone will resolve the problem ignores the aggravating factors that remain unaddressed. If this is you, do you simply want to wait and hope for the best or take control of the situation? To explain this better you really must watch my demonstration video on the subject.


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 experienced is coming specifically from the groin or hip region. The lower back, buttocks or hip joint are all possible areas that can result in hip and groin pain. In my demonstration video let's take at what could possibly be the source of your pain and discomfort.


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 as stiffness, "pins and needles" anywhere along the back and down as far as the feet or muscle weakness. Things like walking up stairs may also be difficult.

Recent studies show that lower back pain is not usually linked to any serious disease, but can be debilitating and emotionally distressing. It can be triggered by bad posture while sitting or standing, bending awkwardly, or lifting incorrectly. Statistics reveal that at least 60% of the adult population will have at least one bout of lower back pain! Let me show you how this can be prevented, but also what can be done if this is afflicting you. Just click here for my video presentation on the subject.


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 on the tendons around the elbow. The muscles tighten and inflammation results. In certain circumstances I am able to treat and remedy the elbow without the need to stop the activity that is causing the pain. I discuss this further in my explanatory video.


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 the pain can reoccur and even become more intense as time goes by. If your discomfort is a symptom of another underlying problem then obviously if left untreated the knee pain can return. Watch my video as I explain why.


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.

With this condition a typical remedy may include spinal manipulation to relieve surrounding muscle tension. Thinking that rest alone will resolve the problem ignores the aggravating factors that remain unaddressed. If this is you, do you simply want to wait and hope for the best or take control of the situation? To explain this better you really must watch my demonstration video on the subject.