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Acute vs Chronic pain

Posted By Anna Pattison,
31/01/2024 15:00 PM
What is acute pain? and what is chronic pain?  Acute = sudden Chronic = over time Acute pain can become chronic pain and chronic pain can experience acute pain. If that sentence is a bit...

Suffering bursitis?

Posted By Anna Pattison ,
21/11/2023 07:23 AM
Are you experiencing the following: swelling  heat around the painful area  pain with movement  stiffness  redness of the affected area If you are experiencing...

Cupping

Posted By Anna Pattison,
08/11/2023 16:08 PM
Cupping is a fantastic treatment technique osteopaths use to assist with injury and pain management.  The benefits of cupping include; reduce pain and inflammation  enhance blood...

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Posted By Anna Pattison,
08/11/2023 16:00 PM
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel syndrome is compression of the Median Nerve as it passes underneath the transverse carpal ligament at the front of the hand.  The symptoms often include: ...

Common conditions treated by osteopaths

Posted By Anna Pattison,
14/09/2023 09:00 AM
Head and neck:  Headaches (tension, sinus, cervicogenic, cluster) Migraines  Jaw pain  Tinnitus  Facet (joint) sprain  Disc bulge  Thoracic outlet syndrome...

What to expect in your osteopathy appointments

Posted By Anna Pattison,
12/09/2023 15:49 PM
If you have never been to an osteopath before, you might not know what will happen during your appointment. Let's go through that now.  Common questions people ask before their appointment...

Osteopathy and Pregnancy - Common Conditions Part One

Posted By Dr Tayla Rhodes,
05/09/2023 16:00 PM
Pregnancy is experienced differently by all expecting parents. Sometimes pain can be associated and the below are common presentations Osteopaths can help with during pregnancy. Headaches There are...

PCOS, endometriosis, hormones and back pain

Posted By Anna Pattison,
05/09/2023 13:00 PM
Have you ever wondered why your back hurts with your cycle, PCOS and endometriosis?  The uterus is supported by many important ligaments that help provide it with support and blood supply. Some...

Osteopathy and your baby (Paediatric care)

Posted By Dr Tayla Rhodes,
30/06/2023 10:17 AM
How might an Osteopath help your baby?   Your little one will go through many changes in the first couple of years of life from time in utero to their...

Hormonal Migraines

Posted By Anna Pattison,
22/06/2023 14:59 PM
Hormonal migraines, also known as menstrual migraines, are those that occur around the time of your period. They usually begin 2 days prior or up to 5 days into your period due to the changes in...