Archive For: Osteopathy

Reviews on Osteopathy

Reviews on Osteopathy

Reviews on Osteopathy Reviews on Osteopathy are part of the feedback and encourages all Osteopaths, physiotherapists to attend continual development learning.  It properly is more important that your therapist is genuinely continually trying as there are many conditions which due to some other underlying challenging circumstances do not provide the wonderful outcome one is dream ... Read More
 
Back Pain and Self Care

Back Pain and Self Care

Back pain is very common and normally improves within a few weeks or months. Pain in the lower back (lumbago) is particularly common, although it can be felt anywhere along the spine – from the neck down to the hips. In most cases the back pain isn’t caused by anything serious and will usually get better ... Read More
 
Sports Massage  and Muscle Recovery  Congratulations for winning the Europeans for the 3rd time

Sports Massage and Muscle Recovery Congratulations for winning the Europeans for the 3rd time

Sports Massage  and muscle recovery from streuous or repetitive activities as Osteopaths are trained from their first day in the skills of hands of palpation apart of case history clinical assessment diagnosis and communication with health care professionals Sports massage is hard work and normally one uses hands and elbows. Over the years there is ... Read More
 
Tendinopathy Update Course  17th May 2014  08.45 am to 17.00

Tendinopathy Update Course 17th May 2014 08.45 am to 17.00

   Tendinopathy Update Course  17th May 2014 08.45 to 17.00 Fee  £80.00 Jehan Yehia is organising this course our understanding of the pathology of tendon disease and the fact that the exercises we as clinicians has to be updated regularly.  I attended the recent SEMS Conference at Arsenal and Professor  Jill Cook and others gave ... Read More
 
Cranial Osteopathy and Myofascial Release   – Original Training Manual by John Upledger at European School of Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy and Myofascial Release

Original Training Manual by John Upledger at European School of Osteopathy

Cranial Osteopathy and Myofascial Release has becoming well known especially Cranial Osteopathy for babies pregnancy and after care Helen trained at the European School of Osteopathy where John Upledger come over to lecture and teach the students. Here are extracts from the original Student Training Manual on Cranial Osteopathy and Myofascial Osteopathy - dated 1981
 

The Costs of Shock Wave Treatment For Chronic Conditions such as Plantar Fascitis

Shock wave treatment has been developed for conditions such as plantar fasciitis – shoulder rotator cuff – tennis elbow –Achilles tendonpathy – acupuncture shock-wave therapy – trigger point treatment – hip pain associated with tendons – iliotibial band pain – low back muscular pain from tight muscles – shoulder pain associated with rotator cuff and biceps tendon. Tennis and golfers elbow trochanteric bursitis
 
Tissue Repair Conference by Professor Tim Watson 24th November 2013

Tissue Repair Conference

Professor Tim Watson 24th November 2013

The third Tissue Repair Course I have attended given by Professor Tim Watson and his lectures continue to be brilliant.
 
Calf Muscle Weakness with numbness over 2 years old   – post op sciatic complication responds to up to date  modern electrotherapy by DJO Global hours of research

Calf Muscle Weakness with numbness

Post-op sciatic complication responds to up to date modern electrotherapy

Calf muscle weakness, Knee Pain, shoulder pain and many other soft tissue strains and stresses in our muscular system treatments are evolving due to the researchers and scientists and so now at last we are using more up to date electrotherapy
 
Painful Thumb: Here is a brilliant thumb brace for all kinds of aches of the thumb

Painful Thumb:

Here is a brilliant thumb brace for all kinds of aches of the thumb

A Painful thumb is a common condition as the joint over the years can suffer from injuries from accidents, falls sports and of course general over use both in the house, garden and at work especially using the thumb on the keyboard and touch pad, and this does not include our smart phones and touch pad computers.
 
A Knee Injury from Skiing –  Patella Dislocation

A Knee Injury from Skiing - Patella Dislocation

Getting a knee injury when skiing is a rather common. A friend injuried his knee when skiing by dislocating his knee cap (patella) skiing in France. The Doctors immediately took x-rays and gave him a full leg brace. His knee was hugely swollen so taking my advice he iced it regularly for 10 minutes every hour using the free ice snow from outside. The swelling reduced and he walked carefully around with his knee brace and I gave him simple safe isometric knee exercises to try to stop the quadriceps from atrophying or wasting. He had dislocated his patella and here is Everything you Need to know about Patella Dislocation Video