News and Articles

Our team writes regularly about topics that clients and fellow professionals may find interesting. Also, latest news and updates about the clinic.

Neurodiversity celebration week

Neurodiversity celebration week

As this week is neurodiversity celebration week, I wanted to write a blog about what neurodiversity is, and how this affects what we do in our clinic. Simply put, "neurodiversity" refers to the wide range of different ways people experience and interact with the world...

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Is bad posture ruining my spine?

Is bad posture ruining my spine?

Image by Freepik Many of my clients worry about their bad posture. I know this, because they often tell me about it before I even get as far as the physical examination. “My posture’s terrible”, they confess – in the same guilty way that someone might admit to their...

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“Work it Out” by Sarah Kurchak

“Work it Out” by Sarah Kurchak

A book about exercise for people who don't do exercise In my work as an osteopath, I speak to people with chronic pain and a whole range of health conditions. I often hear comments like: "I know I should do more exercise, but I don't know where to start", or "People...

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What should you look for in a personal trainer?

What should you look for in a personal trainer?

First, a disclaimer. I'm not a personal trainer, although I've worked closely with plenty over the years. On the other hand, I do spend a lot of time talking to people about what kind of physical activity and exercise they do; usually because part of their body has...

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How much pain during exercise is too much?

How much pain during exercise is too much?

Exercising when you’re in pain can be tricky. In this blog, we’ll talk about how to distinguish between good and bad pain, and how to stay active without aggravating injuries. Understanding Pain During Exercise We know exercise is good for you. If you’re recovering...

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Is running bad for my knees?

Is running bad for my knees?

“I love running, but I've been told it’s bad for my knees. I keep thinking I should give it up.” This is something I hear often from my clients. The idea that running is bad for the joints, and that “low impact activities” are better for you, is a prevalent one. Even...

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