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Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Posted By Anna Pattison,
19/05/2023 08:54 AM
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is inflammation within the digestive tract. The most common being ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.  Ulcerative Colitis affects 334 people per 100,00 and...

Osteopathy and Tennis Elbow

Posted By Anna Pattison,
27/02/2023 12:23 PM
Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is pain on the outside of the elbow joint. It can be described as a sharp or burning sensation that can result in pain into the wrist and hand.  Muscles...

Understanding your scans

Posted By Anna Pattison,
23/02/2023 12:00 PM
What is considered a scan? A scan can be an:  x-ray CT MRI ultrasound = X-ray is great for looking at bones and the space between joints.= MRI is great for looking at complex injuries...

Osteopathy for low back pain

Posted By Anna Pattison,
07/11/2022 12:13 PM
If you suffer low back pain you might already know what is causing it. Heavy lifting, sitting at a desk, pregnancy, picking up a laundry basket, vacuuming, brushing your teeth or even sneezing. If...

Osteopathy for shoulder pain

Posted By Anna Pattison,
21/10/2022 11:55 AM
Your shoulder is the most mobile joint of your body and is only joined to the body via the clavicle (collar bone). It relies heavily on stability from ligaments, joint capsule, tendons and muscles. It...

Struggling to get comfortable at your desk?

Posted By Dr Tayla Rhodes,
17/10/2022 07:00 AM
With more people working from home and improvising with home workspaces, I thought I would provide a few tips on things I find useful when working at home. All occupations will possess different...

Explaining Noisy Joints

Posted By Dr Tayla Rhodes,
03/10/2022 07:00 AM
Whether you’re older or younger our joints can make noise! But why? The snap, crackle and pop of joints is more commonly nothing to be alarmed about. It can definitely be annoying, preventing...

Osteopathy for knee pain

Posted By Anna Pattison,
29/09/2022 14:39 PM
There has been a significant rise in knee injuries over the past 20 years with ACL injuries in males and females becoming more prevalent, as well as knee dislocations in females. The knee is a joint...

Pelvic Pain & Pregnancy

Posted By Dr Tayla Rhodes,
19/09/2022 07:00 AM
There’s a lot of change throughout pregnancy but let’s talk about those relating to our musculoskeletal system! Often in conversation it appears that pain is almost expected during pregnancy and...

Tayla's Placement in London

Posted By Dr Tayla Rhodes,
14/09/2022 11:14 AM
Securing UCO scholarship Victoria University (VU) offers exchange programs to Milan, Mumbai and London. Immediately I was drawn to the London largely due to the history and reputation of Osteopathy...