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Dr Mitchell Evans

Dry Needling and Myofascial Cupping

Dry Needling And Myofascial Cupping Are Effective Adjunct Therapies In The Treatment Of Musculoskeletal Complaints.
The application of both Dry needling and Myofascial cupping require further training, and can be useful in complementing manual “hands on” therapy you receive from your practitioner.

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Health
Dr Becky Hull

The Philosophy of Osteopathy

We often get asked “What is osteopathy?” and “How does it differ to other manual therapies?” There are 3 main tenets that underpin the philosophy of osteopathy and form the basis of everything we do: 1) The body is a unit. Osteopaths treat the entire person and believe that the

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pregnant women doing exercise safely
Exercise
Dr Michelle Derrick

Importance of Exercise During Pregnancy

It was Women’s Health Week last month and so to celebrate let’s discuss the benefits of exercise for women during pregnancy. Pregnancy is an amazing time of a woman’s life, and truly shows what a woman’s body can do when bringing another life into the world. However, many women during

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Acute Injuries
Dr Becky Hull

What Is Pain?

What is pain? The Oxford dictionary describes pain as an unpleasant physical sensation caused by illness or injury.

It’s the body’s alarm system to alert you that something is wrong, that there is actual or potential damage to the body.

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photo of someone gardening while also preventing pain
Health
Dr Belinda Coulton

Gardening Tips to Prevent Pain

This is indeed the time of year when gardeners everywhere rush out to their gardens with gusto – and with little thought as to whether they are bodily prepared for the exercise which they are about to do.

So here are some handy gardening tips which may help you prevent any injuries whilst out in the garden this spring.

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Nutrition
Dr Mitchell Evans

Are We Drinking Enough Water?

Many people who have been to an Osteopath may have been told to “keep hydrated/drink water” at the conclusion of the treatment. For many, it’s a very simple piece of advice, however why is it so important?

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