This post was written in conjunction with The Academy of Physical Medicine, based on a broadcast with specialist physiotherapist Chris Worsfold Whiplash is a leading cause of insurance claims, and has recently been put under review by the Ministry of Justice. The MoJ categorises whiplash as a soft tissue injury of the neck- covering muscle […]Read More Whiplash Explained
What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, that people sometimes just call “arthritis”. For simplicity’s sake we will only cover osteoarthritis (or OA for short) in this post. Often people just accept it as a by-product of getting older, but this isn’t really the case. Previously the tagline that’s gone with […]Read More Does Osteopathy Help with Osteoarthritis?
Roughly 50% of pregnant women suffer from lower back pain or posterior pelvic pain; this increases towards the end of the pregnancy and through the first year after giving birth. The most widely accepted explanation for this is that these areas provide the most compensation for the increase in weight in the abdomen. This research […]Read More Lower back and pelvic pain during and after pregnancy (Franke et al, 2017)
A cervicogenic headache is one that is caused by structures in the neck, such as muscles, joints, nerves, and blood vessels. It is estimated that up to 2.5% of the general population in the USA are experiencing a cervicogenic headache at any one time. Women are four times as likely to experience this than men. […]Read More Cervicogenic Headaches (Biondi, 2005)