Migraine Prevention

Migraine is a specific condition- not just a bad headache. Migraines are one of the leading causes of working days lost to disability. A migraine without aura is diagnosed when:…

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Frozen Shoulder

"Frozen Shoulder" isn't a term for any kind of shoulder pain and restriction. It's the lay-term for adhesive capsulitis, which means "stuck and inflamed capsule". The capsule is a tough,…

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Cervicogenic Headaches

Headaches have countless causes, but one headache that osteopaths can help with is cervicogenic. This refers to any headache that is caused by the neck. Symptoms of Cervicogenic Headaches This…

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SPD and PGP: Pelvis Pain in Pregnancy

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SPD stands for Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction and PGP stands for Pelvic Girdle Pain From very early on in pregnancy, the joints of the pelvis begin to change. A hormone is…

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Digestive Problems

The digestive organs are not always out of an osteopath's remit. Problems with digestion can affect the rest of the musculoskeletal system, and treating the relevant muscles and joints may…

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Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain (LBP) is one of the most common things we see in clinic, but there's more than one cause. Causes of Lower Back Pain Once serious causes of…

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Circulation

There are some circulation problems that osteopaths can help with. Read on to learn about what we can do for areas of swelling. Post-injury After an injury, such as a…

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Pain from Arthritis

In this post we will be focusing on osteoarthritis (OA), not rheumatoid arthritis (RA). OA is the normal kind of arthritis frequently seen in older people. It can affect any…

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