How often do you spend looking at your phone, tablet or laptop? Studies suggest we look at our phone around 2-4hrs per day, and those times are excluding tablet and laptop use. That’s a lot of time spent looking down. Tech neck is the term used to describe the neck pain and damage sustained… Continue reading Tech Neck – The New Epidemic
As an osteopath I love to help people continue taking part in the activities they enjoy. I am fortunate in that so far I have been able to treat my own sporting injuries so I can get back to the gym, running and playing netball as soon as possible. Regular check-ups or “maintenance treatments” can help stop… Continue reading Is it time for your Summer Check-Up?
This blog will cover two of the most common questions I'm asked: "What is a muscle knot?" and "Why do we get cramp?" Muscle Knots Muscle knots, technically known as trigger points, are hard nodules in a taut band of muscle. They are palpable, tender bumps under the skin often the size of your thumb.… Continue reading Muscle Knots and Cramps
If you know someone who always puts others first a Cambridge Osteopathy gift voucher may be the little nudge they need to treat themselves for once! Gift vouchers can be used for Osteopathy treatments or Sports Massage and can be made to any value £5 and up. Also valid for our sports massage offer –… Continue reading Christmas Gift Vouchers
The past few weeks have been very busy for me. The knees held up and I completed the Vitality 10k run on the 29th May raising money for the PDSA. With over 12000 runners it was very busy but great fun! I’ve also been to a “lower back pain and sciatica” workshop where I learnt… Continue reading What you need to know about Sciatica
This blog is about my recovery from knee pain with the help of osteopathy, kinesio tape, exercise and a foam roller. About 4 weeks ago I increased my running in preparation for a 10km event and started playing netball again, which was the onset of my knee trouble. After exercise I experienced a general ache… Continue reading Knee pain – my experience
I’m going to talk about a question I'm frequently asked: What’s the difference between an Osteopath, Physiotherapist and Chiropractor? Osteopathy Osteopathy is a hands-on manual therapy involving a combination of deep tissue massage, stretching, mobilisations, manipulations and exercise to in crease the mobility of joints, reduce muscle tension and ease pain.Osteopaths work holistically, which means they… Continue reading What’s the difference?
Tips on injury prevention, recovering after training and a sports massage offer to help you achieve your new year fitness goals.