3rd December 2020

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

The thoracic outlet is the area between the arm and ribs where nerves and blood vessels leave the thorax (rib cage). There is not a lot […]
26th November 2020

SIJ Pain and Pregnancy

The SIJ is a strong joint that connects the pelvis to the base of the spine. It is considered a ÔÇ£shock absorberÔÇØ rather than a joint […]
19th November 2020

Piriformis Syndrome

Piriformis Syndrome is a form of sciatica. By definition, sciatica is irritation of the sciatic nerve. The piriformis is a deep muscle in the buttocks, and […]
12th November 2020

Joint Pains

We all get aches and pains from time to time, sometimes coming out of nowhere. When should you get yours assessed or treated? Addressing minor aches […]
5th November 2020

Digestion

Osteopathy is more than just muscles and joints. We may be able to improve your issues with digestion. IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) IBS can cause a […]
29th October 2020

Rheumatic Pain

The word “rheumatic” has quite a broad meaning, primarily encompassing problems with joints. What’s the difference between osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis? Whereas we think of osteoarthritis […]
22nd October 2020

Shoulder or Elbow Pain

The shoulder is more than just a ball and socket joint. It is a very mobile joint supported by a number of ligaments and strong muscles. […]
15th October 2020

Cramps and Muscle Spasms

It’s a common misconception that cramps are caused by dehydration or electrolyte imbalance. Even for sport-related cramps, there is little to no evidence of this. Causes […]
8th October 2020

Arthritic Pain

Osteoarthritis and associated arthritic pain can affect any joint in the body where there is a cartilage covered bone. Commonly it affects joints of the hands […]