Video 3: When The Rotator Cuff Group Goes Wrong

When the Rotator Cuff Muscles Give Problems In this Video I explain what happens when problems in the rotator cuff muscles arise: The main problems are tears: 1. < 25% is classified as a small...

Video 2: The Rotator Cuff Muscles

The Rotator Cuff group of Muscles In this 2nd Video I explain about shoulder joint stability. The Gleno- Humeral joint.  The four Rotator Cuff muscles: 1. Supraspinatus 2. Infraspinatus 3. Teres...

Video 1: Introduction Video to the Rotator Cuff Group of Muscles

Introduction to the Rotator Cuff group of MusclesThis is my Introductory Video, on the Rotator Cuff group of muscles. Here I explain the topics I will cover and will be a start to cover different...

The Rotator Cuff Group of Muscles What are They , Can they be fixed?

THE SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF – WHAT IS IT AND CAN IT BE FIXED? I have now embarked on a new feature of writing some more in depth articles on conditions that affect the body, where I hope to provoke...

Exercises To Help Low Back Pain

The last few months has seen us all sitting a lot more, fretting, anguished as we try to escape the invisible microscopic enemy. This has not been aided by sitting terrified every day watching the...

Covid 19 Response

During the Covid 19 Pandemic, I am currently not doing any hands on treatment. Instead I am offering video linked consultations, where a consultation can be done along with advice and exercise...

Duputyrens Contracture

Why Can't I Straighten My Finger ? Duputyrens Contracture is often called the Viking disease as its very much related to North European heritage. Perhaps the incessant rowing over the hazardous...

Sitting Comfortably

In the last blog I went through the cons of sitting too long and on the whole it didn't make comfortable reading. So much so that in the last week I am sure many of you have resorted to become like...

The Office and How to Survive it from a Sitting Point of View

The office whether we like it or not is the place where most of us will while away a third of our lives whilst employed in an office. Questions are often asked as to how sitting might help mitigate...

Shoulder Instability

Shoulder instability has not been new , and has been recognised over 3000 years ago on Papyrus in Egypt.

Video Explaining Sacroiliac joint Pain

https://youtu.be/2HEU013VexE The Sacroiliac Joint where it is and how it can be treated.
The sacroiliac joint what can we do to help?

The SacroIliac Joint. What can help?

The SacroIliac joint is the joint that attaches the spine via the Sacrum to the pelvis. It is a joint with cartilage much in the same way as the hip or knee. The Sacroiliac joint also demonstrates...

Osteopathy For a Painful Foot?

This short article will describe how osteopathy for a painful foot is helpful. I will concentrate on the forefoot as this is the area more commonly afflicted with painful conditions that bring...
Knee Pain

Case of Knee Pain caused by Hip problem.

In this blog I am highlighting an interesting case history of knee pain, caused by a hip problem. I have written on cartilage tears for knee pain before. I want to write about some interesting cases...

Paracetamol for Back Pain?

Does Paracetamol Help Back Pain Does Paracetamol Help Back Pain? As recently as 2014 with regard to paracetamol for back pain there was a paper in the lancet which suggested paracetamol for back...

Sciatica Can it be helped?

SIGNS OF SCIATICA  It is not always a disc that can cause this disturbance as it can also be caused by restrictions in movement particularly in the foraminal space (which is the space between...

Pinched Nerves

https://youtu.be/5iNzqS_TV7I Laurens Holve briefly describes trapped nerves and nerve Nerve pain is a very common form of pain and often results from disc problems, causing pain to radiate often...

MIGRAINE HEADACHES

Migraine Headaches is a leading cause of lost work time and disability in the UK. It is more common in women at nearly 1 in 5 and 1 in 20 in men. In the UK some 10% of people use Acupuncture to...

Common foot conditions: Part 1

Over the coming weeks I will be going through common foot conditions that many people suffer sometime in their lives. Today's includes the common foot conditions of Morton's Neuroma and Bunion......

FALLS AND FALLING OVER

Falls and Falling over Falls and falling over  are very prevalent in the elderly and are a significant cause of both fractures and increased death rate, so this urgently needs attention. As people...

Video 4: Treatment For Rotator Cuff Tears

Treatment to the Rotator Cuff group of MusclesDoes Treatment Really Help? Yes!  Now that we have gone through some of the anatomy and problems can arise in this video I talk about how Osteopathy and Acupuncture can help most Rotator cuff problems.  The Physical...

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Video 3: When The Rotator Cuff Group Goes Wrong

When the Rotator Cuff Muscles Give Problems In this Video I explain what happens when problems in the rotator cuff muscles arise: The main problems are tears: 1. < 25% is classified as a small tear 2. 25 - 50%  is a medium sized tear 3. >50% is a large tear 4....

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Video 2: The Rotator Cuff Muscles

The Rotator Cuff group of Muscles In this 2nd Video I explain about shoulder joint stability. The Gleno- Humeral joint.  The four Rotator Cuff muscles: 1. Supraspinatus 2. Infraspinatus 3. Teres Minor 4. Subscapularis I also mentoin the other stabalisers the labrum, a...

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Exercises To Help Low Back Pain

The last few months has seen us all sitting a lot more, fretting, anguished as we try to escape the invisible microscopic enemy. This has not been aided by sitting terrified every day watching the 5pm bulletin as the Pandemic spread. From previous newsletters I have...

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Covid 19 Response

Covid 19 Response

During the Covid 19 Pandemic, I am currently not doing any hands on treatment. Instead I am offering video linked consultations, where a consultation can be done along with advice and exercise modules you can do at home. You will be pleasantly surprised as how...

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Duputyrens Contracture

Duputyrens Contracture

Why Can't I Straighten My Finger ? Duputyrens Contracture is often called the Viking disease as its very much related to North European heritage. Perhaps the incessant rowing over the hazardous North Sea and then clutching those heavy swords which they used with such...

read more
Sitting Comfortably

Sitting Comfortably

In the last blog I went through the cons of sitting too long and on the whole it didn't make comfortable reading. So much so that in the last week I am sure many of you have resorted to become like horses in a state of perpetual standing and only when exhaustion takes...

read more
The Office and How to Survive it from a Sitting Point of View

The Office and How to Survive it from a Sitting Point of View

The office whether we like it or not is the place where most of us will while away a third of our lives whilst employed in an office. Questions are often asked as to how sitting might help mitigate the worst excesses of sitting all day and whether buying highly...

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Shoulder Instability

Shoulder Instability

Shoulder instability has not been new , and has been recognised over 3000 years ago on Papyrus in Egypt.

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