Sports injuries one always hopes should be short termed and resolve after a few weeks or months with a bit of self care and exercises but there are some sports injuries which seem trivial at the time and should clear up with a bit of rest and massage and a few exercises Communication, discussion, reading, ... Read More
Foot Pain is a challenging for all health care professionals and one of the common causes can be achilles tendon. A good assessment of Foot Pain is essential part of knowledge, and as an achilles tendon injury is common every foot pain assessment will include checking for achilles tendon pain Limping Severe Achilles ... Read More
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
Common causes of knee pain are well described on our NHS website as you can see from the knee assessment chart a knee pain is more challenging to assess and treat. It is because knees can be highly sensitive to pain and slow careful exercises which do not irritate damaged cartilage, joints or other soft ... Read More
Running is part of life and it is likely that one picks up one or two running injuries over the years.If you start to run more that 40 miles per week than the running injuries increases. For those that do run a great deal especially marathons which require long hours of training often on ... Read More
Low back pain is one of the most common medical presentations in the general population. It is a common source of pain in athletes, leading to significant time missed and disability. The general categories of treatment for low back pain are medications and therapies.