World Osteoporosis Day is marked on 20th October. However, the work goes on all year round to raise awareness of what can ultimately be a disabling condition for the many people suffering from it. The awareness days are a way of helping to get the disease into the public consciousness and raising awareness of a
Saturday, October 12th will mark World Arthritis Day. Awareness Days such as these are essential for giving people who suffer from a condition a voice, and can help sufferers to unite together. Specifically, the aims of World Arthritis Day are to increase awareness of this painful disease among the medical community and the public alike.
What is Sciatica and can it be managed with Osteopathy? Sciatica is a common complaint. It can affect anyone but it more common in people between age 30 and 70, pregnant women, in fact, women are three times more likely to suffer with sciatica than men. It is a term to describe pain caused by irritation
Everyday in practice I get asked the same question, day in, day out! ‘What is osteopathy?’ So here it is, a blog on osteopathy, enjoy! Andrew Taylor Still was an American doctor in the nineteenth century that treated impaired body function through the musculoskeletal system, and from there began, Osteopathy. Osteopathy is a primary
I discovered the practice following an injury to my back and shoulders. Sophie is confident, competent and made me feel totally at ease. She will only treat to the point where you can effectively self-manage (something she is particularly good at teaching you to do) but is always a email away should you need further treatment. I highly recommend the practice to you, you will not be disappointed!