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Andy’s Story of Osteopathy

So what started as an appointment booked with Jackie to find out why I was getting severe neck pain, turned in to over ten years of osteopathic treatments (not every week for 10 years!) as and when I needed it for all the injuries and pains received from either playing hockey (in goal and on pitch) or riding motorbikes, and eventually support before, during and after I took part in the London to B...
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Spikey Massage Balls – Instruments of torture or an essential part of your first aid kit.

I love SPIKEY MASSAGE BALLS I was introduced to spikey massage balls by my wonderful pilates teacher Ismini Phillips . Initially we mainly used them to help loosen off the bottom of our feet at the start of our pilates classes - agonising bliss to start with, but you soon get used to it, and your feet feel amazing afterwards. Then we started to use them to loosen off tight shoulders, low backs...
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Avoiding the aches and pains of travelling

If like me you are ferrying children about during the summer for activities or on holiday, you will know how painful it can be travelling by trains, planes and cars. Here are some tips to help you survive to avoid the aches and pains of travelling.  Travelling with baggage All too often patients turn up after a holiday having hurt themselves moving heavy baggage. To avoid any injuries ...
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Tips and Exercises to ease neck aches and pains when travelling

We have all fallen asleep in an awkward position whilst travelling, be it in a car, train or plane. Here are some tips and exercises to help minimise neck aches and pains when travelling. Tips for Reducing Neck PainCarry your personal stuff in a back pack with a waist strap to minimise the strain on your neck from bag straps. Try to limit the amount of time you spend looking down reading...
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