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  • Our shoulder joints are one of the most mobile in our entire body, moving the shoulder backwards and forwards, and also allowing you to move your arms in a circular motion, as well as up and away from

  • Back pain is incredibly common and can be down to all sorts of different reasons, usually the result of a problem with either the ligaments, muscles, nerves or your spine. The good news is that most o

  • A slipped disc – also known as a prolapsed or herniated disc – can be incredibly painful and extremely difficult to live with, caused when the soft cushion of tissue between the bones in y

  • Paying close attention to your body is a must and it’s important that you don’t ignore any twinges, niggles or aches, whether you’re very active or otherwise. It can, of course, be tempting to tell yo

  • Paying close attention to your body is a must and it’s important that you don’t ignore any twinges, niggles or aches, whether you’re very active or otherwise. It can, of course, be tempting to tell yo

  • Nobody wants to experience pain or discomfort and it can quickly become quite debilitating and distressing for the sufferer, especially if you have had treatments in the past and still can’t work out

  • If you’re experiencing pain around the bottom of your foot, your heel and the arch, you may be suffering from plantar fasciitis, a condition that can be very uncomfortable indeed, making it very diffi

  • As defined by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence, osteoporosis is a disease characterised by low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue, with a consequent increase in bone fr

  • If you’ve been feeling a bit at odds lately physically and are experiencing anything like lower back pain, shoulder, elbow or neck pain, or if you have a condition such as arthritis, you might well fi

  •   Hyper-mobility or, in layman’s terms, being “double-jointed” refers to the increased  or over mobility or movement of the joints of the spine and/or other joints of the body beyond their normal

  • Maintaining a healthy weight is essential if you’re to look after your body and not put undue stress and strain on your joints. Being overweight or obese can increase your chances of developing seriou

  • Osteopathy is an incredibly useful and effective practice that can assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a vast array of different health problems, although it is most commonly used to treat back pain a

  • Osteopathy believes that when the body’s musculoskeletal system is improperly balanced and/or misaligned, the functioning of the circulatory, lymphatic, or nervous systems is inhibited which can reduc

  • It’s important to make sure that you address any back pain you may be feeling, rather than just ignoring it and hoping that it goes away by itself. It’s possible that, in so doing, you could actually

  • If you are experiencing pain or discomfort in or around your shoulder, it could be a rotator cuff injury, which is either a tear or inflammation in the muscles and tendons in the shoulder. It can be c

  • If you’re experiencing throbbing, tingling or numbness somewhere in your body, or perhaps pain, tenderness or weakness somewhere, it may well be that you’ve suffered some kind of repetitive strain inj

  • Think back to what life was like as a child, growing up. Did you ever experience a throb or ache in your legs at night, perhaps behind your knees or in your calves? This is what is known as growing pa

  • When it comes to keeping yourself in good health, there are three main areas of focus – diet, exercise and sleep. When all these are working well in tandem, you really do feel amazing, full of e

  •   Scoliosis, coming from the Greek word “skoliosis” meaning “crooked” or “bending”, is a common spinal condition where the spine curves or twists laterally into an ‘S’ or ‘C’ shape, no longer mai

  •   Plantar fasciitis refers to the inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick band of fibrous connective tissue at the bottom of the foot that connects the heel bone to the ball of the foot to th

  • There’s nothing worse than feeling uncomfortable within yourself, and aches, pains and twinges can be very debilitating if they’re not addressed quickly – and by the right medical practitioner.

  • Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment, or OMT, is a set of physical techniques used by osteopathic practitioners to diagnose, treat, and prevent injury and/or illness. Using OMT, an osteopath moves a pat

  • It’s important to be as informed as possible when it comes to your own health and if you are experiencing health difficulties at the moment, it can be helpful to research the issue so you can gain a d

  • Mental health includes one’s emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing. It affects how one thinks, feels, and acts and therefore determines how one deals with stress; interacts with and builds re

  •   A massage does not only make you feel good or help you unwind at the end of a long work week – massages have proven physical and psychological health benefits that can assist in a variety of me

  • One of the most common complaints that people visit us for here at Camberley osteopathy clinic OsteoVision is lower back pain. Typically, such problems will improve within a few weeks or perhaps a cou

  • 2020 has seen more people trying to manage their health and exercise more frequently. The gyms and other leisure facilities have been closed for the last 12 months or so as a result of the pandemic an

  • Arthritis can be incredibly disruptive to your life and it can be hard to learn how to live with it, but it’s important to remember that you can manage your symptoms through a variety of different tec

  • We all know how important our spine is. After all, it’s what keeps us upright and able to stand up, providing our bodies with the structure and support it needs to facilitate movement and flexibility.

  • When it comes to being healthy, we all know what we need to do – get the right amount of sleep each night, eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, and exercise regularly (ideally at least 30 m

  • Everyone has or will at some point in time experience the unpleasantness, that is having a headache. They range from the mild occasional headache to very frequent intense headaches or migraines. There

  •   The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, made up of bones, ligaments and tendons encased in a capsule of fibrous connective tissue.  Frozen shoulder, medically referred to as Adhesive

  •   The human spine is made up of a number of small bones called vertebrae. Between each vertebra is a disc made of a strong, rubber-like material which enables the spine to be as flexible as it is

  • Pain is an important reaction of the body’s nervous system that helps alert you to possible injury. When an injury occurs, pain signals travel from the injured area up through the spinal cord to the b

  • Adults often find themselves having to deal with back pain and such complaints can manifest themselves increasingly as we get older – but back pain can also affect children, as well, so it’s imp

  • The start of a new year is always a brilliant opportunity to sit down and think about what, if any, changes you could make to your lifestyle to make you healthier, happier and enjoying life that littl

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