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Can Osteopathy help dementia? A patient story.

Can Osteopathy help dementia? A patient story.

How osteopathy can treat dementia patients and slow the progression of the disease by involving the patient’s family, using home exercises to increase flexibility and breathing, and addressing external factors like stress.

Leak when you sneeze or jump?

Leak when you sneeze or jump?

This is called Stress Incontinence, and you don't need to live with it. What is it? What can be done about it? This is when day to day, in normal circumstances, you are able to hold your wee, and don't leak. But then with extra pressure or stress somewhere in your...

What chair do I get?

What chair do I get?

OK so we all know that working from home can really take a toll on your body. With increasing amounts of neck, shoulder pain, headaches and jaw ache coming in to the clinic... I have been asked by many patients WHAT CHAIR DO I BUY???? So in terms of chairs, it's...

It’s all about the big toe!!

It’s all about the big toe!!

Jo has started her own podcast in all things Osteopathy for fellow osteopath, health pros and patients. Giving knowledge of various issues, ramblings of life as an Osteopath and chats with other health pros and osteopaths too. Find All.Things.Osteo podcast on various...

When is a calorie not a calorie…..

When is a calorie not a calorie…..

When is a calorie not a calorie....?? So there's a huge load of info out there on calories and the obesity epidemic. More recently the research has been looking at how obesity might actually be an infectious disease rather than a lifestyle based disease. For years we...

New podcast: ALL THINGS OSTEO

New podcast: ALL THINGS OSTEO

Check out Jo's brand new podcast: All.Things.Osteo https://anchor.fm/All.Things.Osteo Aiming to bring Osteopathy and all things bodies, health, biomechanics, women's health and more.... to anyone who fancies a listen. Spread the the word, share the love, and subscribe...

SCIATICA is NOT a diagnosis, it is a symptom

So I have felt compelled to write a short blog post on this overused term "sciatica" and how frustrating it is when patients have been told this is what they have. As a patient it gives you no information other than telling you that your sciatic nerve is inflamed (at...