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Lumbar Disc

All About Lumbar Disc Prolapse

Symptoms of a lumbar disc prolapse vary from mild to severe and can affect the whole body (from the limbs to the bowels, as well as, of course, the back.) It can have a serious impact on your ability to carry out everyday tasks and can be debilitatingly painful.

Healing From a Fracture?

If you’ve broken or fractured a bone (especially if it’s caused you extra pain in the past) an appointment with an osteopath is a good idea. Bones heal well when they’re well set, but the soft tissue around them can be more troublesome.

What to do about Knee Pain?

Patella Tendinopathy is the result of microscopic tears in the tendon surrounding your patella (your kneecap). And although common in athletes who jump and land during sports, anyone can get this condition!

Patella Tendinopathy

All About Patella Tendinopathy

Patella Tendinopathy is the result of microscopic tears in the tendon surrounding your patella (your kneecap). And although common in athletes who jump and land during sports, anyone can get this condition!

lower back pain

OSTEOPATHY FOR LOWER BACK PAIN

Are you suffering from lower back pain? You’re not alone! Did you know that four out of five people will experience lower back pain at some point in their lives? Lower back pain is a common reason our patients seek out osteopathic care. As osteopaths, we take a holistic approach to treatment, and we consider …

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Hamstring strain

INJURY BLOG: HAMSTRING STRAIN

Have you ever started a new running program with a little too much enthusiasm and ended up hobbling around the house, wincing when you go to sit down or stand up? A strained hamstring is the likely culprit!  The hamstring is the group of three muscles that run down the back of your thigh. It …

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Biceps Tendinopathy

Injury blog: Biceps tendinopathy

Ever felt a sudden rush of pain down the front of your shoulder? Was it when you reached for the treats at the top of the cupboard? Or whilst you were at tennis training?

Don't put up with pain or discomfort...