If you are experiencing pain with or without exercise see a specialist who treats back, neck and or shoulder pain such as an Osteopath.
An Easy guide to sleeping with lower back pain.
Lumbar Disc Degeneration!! What is it? Degenerative Disc Disease or DDD as its known in the trade is one of the most common causes of lower back pain, despite its prevalence in society lots of people do not understand the condition. Here are a few things you should know about Lumbar Degenerative Disc disease. What… Read more »
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Hello again, Well Spring is finally here which means it’ll soon be time to put away your winter jumpers as the nice weather becomes a little more consistent and out into the garden you go. if you’re the same as me you’ll become more active as the weather warms up be it planting, pulling up weeds, mowing… Read more »
Hello and thanks for reading, following on from lots of blogs surrounding the neck I thought I’d start writing some blogs around the lumbar spine. Over the next few weeks I will use real life patient cases from my clinic. Sitting down and lower back pain Sitting down is one of the most sressful positions… Read more »
Neck pain is one of the most common types of pain experienced by the general adult population. Cervical spine complications often occur as a result of injury or other medical conditions. Neck pain has become very common, especially since the introduction of mobile phones, ipads and laptops. Many of my patients spend way too much… Read more »
Bad sleeping posture and neck pain. We spend roughly 30% of their lives sleeping or roughly just under one third of our life, approximately the eight hours per day we need to function properly when we eventually wake. Bad posture whilst we sleep can result in a constant stress being placed on the structures of… Read more »
Hello readers and a very lovely day to you all…. As promised I said I’d like to present a real case taken from a patient seen in my clinic and share it with you all. If you can remember the last case related to a delightful young lady returning off a long flight and presented with a very acute muscular spam in her neck?
A huge percentage of you lovely people reading this have like me suffered the horrible experience of neck pain. over the next week or two I’ll explain using real patient cases the different types of neck pain starting with:
Acute neck pain or “cricked neck”
Ice or heat for injury is one of the most common questions asked by patients presenting to my clinic who are suffering acute pain.
Osteopaths, chiropractors and physiotherapists are all regulated health professions, requiring practitioners to train to degree level.