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Jaw dysfunction is said to affect about 40% of the population at some point!! Between 87-97% of whiplash injuries from road traffic accidents involve the TMJ as well as the neck. Osteopaths can help with these with jaw problems.
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During November we will be offering a consultation including any necessary gait analysis and two pairs of FootBalance 100% custom orthotic insoles* for a total of £150. (usual cost £180)
GET READY FOR SUMMER WITH A PAIR OF 100% CUSTOM SANDALS We are delighted to be able to now offer affordable, custom orthotic flip-flop sandals molded for you quickly within the clinic...while you wait.
We are delighted to announce that we have become a FootBalance partner and can now provide 100% custom molded insoles within our clinic.. in minutes.
Just as contacts and glasses improve vision, orthotics can improve foot movement. These custom-made inserts may relieve your symptoms by controlling the way your feet move. Orthotics may also help compensate for problems in your hips, knees or back.
More than 85% of all women will suffer from low back pain during pregnancy.... Getting diagnosed as early as possible can help keep pain to a minimum and avoid long-term discomfort.
Restless legs syndrome (RLS), also known as Willis-Ekbom disease (WED), is a common condition affecting the nervous system. As many as one in ten of us will be affected by restless legs syndrome at some point in our lives. Osteopathic treatment has been p
A common question I am asked when a patient first telephones my clinic is “how long have you been qualified?” Ofcourse, it’s a perfectly valid question and most people would ask it in the assumption that someone like myself who has been in practise
Headaches are NOT normal. They are common but they are not normal... there is a difference. People should not put up with chronic headache. Osteopathy is one possible solution.
There is more and more evidence to suggest that people should not stretch prior to exercise... In fact many trainers and health professionals have been aware of this for some time....
The practice of using kinesio/K-Tape has become so popular recently which is amazing considering it was actually developed in the 1970's in Japan.