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Your organs can refer pain around your body

Types of pain There are two types of pain in the body one called somatic pain which comes from the skin, muscles and soft tissues. Visceral pain Visceral pain comes from the internal organs and can be experienced as feeling dull and vague and is experienced by 40% of...

Your organs can refer pain around your body

Types of pain There are two types of pain in the body one called somatic pain which comes from the skin, muscles and soft tissues. Visceral pain Visceral pain comes from the internal organs and can be experienced as feeling dull and vague and is experienced by 40% of...

The approach we take to treating sporting injuries

It’s very common for people to get injured participating in sporting activities. For example, if you’re planning to run a marathon without proper training and stretching you’re almost bound to injure yourself. People who are not very active and take on a huge amount...

Exercise For Health and Mobility

Exercising for fitness and health As many of you have read in the press, there is now overwhelming evidence that exercise – both aerobic and strength training – can both stave off the time your mortal coil hits the ground and as importantly, help you enter...

Shoulder Pain

by Laurens Holve | Mar 13, 2018 | Osteopathy | 0 comments                     Shoulder pain is the third most common reason for musculoskeletal consultation. At some point most of us will have had a bout of shoulder...

Is Acupuncture helpful for low back pain?

Acupuncture has been used over the millennia to help patients with various ailments, including low back pain. Low back pain is a very common condition affecting millions of people and it is one of the commonest reasons for absenteeism from work.  Most, at some stage...

Knee and hip replacements – some important advice

Many people, for one reason or another, come to a point in their lives where they need knee and hip replacements. The reasons for this are many and varied. It may be the result of an accident or it may simply be hereditary – someone may have been born unlucky and find...

Joint popping explained

Most of us are familiar with the phenomenon of ‘cracking’ or ‘popping’ of joints. But what exactly is joint popping? This can refer to different sounds that occur when a practitioner manipulates a joint. Such manipulation involves putting a joint through a range of...