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As we live our lives and get older it is perfectly normal to get grey hairs and wrinkles. It is also normal for your muscles, bones, joints and other associated tissues to change as we age. However, this does not mean that we have to...

Being active is not only about improving your physical health but also your mental health. Studies have shown that exercise can play a role in managing arthritis. Arthritis can cause pain, stiffness and inflammation in your joints or muscles. Exercising regularly can help to reduce...

Physical activity does not have to be complicated. Many people have started to include walking as part of their daily exercise routine during this covid-19 pandemic. Walking is a great way to improve and maintain your overall health. Walking is a low impact activity which requires...

Osteopathy is commonly sought to treat musculoskeletal ailments. However, osteopaths can also treat sinus infections, sinusitis or sinus congestion. The sinuses are four air-filled chambers found in the cheeks, forehead and around the eyes. The primary functions of the sinuses are to enable us to lift...

Hypermobility is often confused with flexibility. Flexibility refers to the available range of motion in the body, but this range of motion does not go beyond what is considered to be the normal range of motion. Hypermobility is when the joints in the body have...

The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the body which starts in the lower spine, passes through the buttocks, back of the thighs and ends in the feet. The primary function of this nerve is to connect the feet and leg muscles to the...

The female body undergoes numerous postural, hormonal, emotional, functional changes during pregnancy. Osteopathy recognises that the body’s structure and function rely intimately on each other. As such, treatment is focused on maintaining balance throughout the body, as well as maintaining freedom of joints, ligaments and muscles...