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Morning BOPPers It is with a heavy heart that we have to announce one of our BOP family is leaving the team. Beverley Underwood, our hypnotherapist, counsellor, massage therapist and all in wonder woman, is leaving the team to start a new life in Cornwall. She will be sadly missed by all of us at […]

Simple tips on increasing energy. Many patients who come to see us in practice often report having low energy. There are many reasons for this including pain, lack of sleep, poor hydration, poor nutrition and stress. As a nation we are constantly bombarded with articles looking at ways to increase energy, from energy boosting tablets, […]

Self help-How can I help to keep my muscles relaxed is a common question we get asked at Broadwater Osteopaths, Worthing. Spikey massage balls may be an answer to this.  Many of you may have noticed in the clinic, our lovely spikey balls. Some have commented that they use similar in their tumble dryer, but […]

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS-Hypermobility) is a group of inherited disorders that affect the connective tissue of an individual. It affects both genders and crosses all racial and ethnic backgrounds. Symptoms range from: Joint hypermobility – joints stretch further than normal. Joints are prone to subluxation and/or dislocation. Musculoskeletal pain. Skin hyper-extensibility – fragile skin that easily […]

You can take an active role in controlling your back pain with a DIY massage, which is available to you any time for little to no cost. Please note that this advice is a guide only and is not suitable for everyone with back pain. Please ask your GP or osteopath before you complete any […]

Danielle completed a degree in Sports & Exercise Sciences at The University of Gloucestershire in 2006, qualified as a professional Soft Tissue Therapist in 2007 and is on the National Register of Soft Tissue Therapists held by The Association for Soft Tissue Therapists (SMA). Danielle started her career working at various running and charity events […]

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes widespread pain throughout the body. Alongside the pain, it is common for sufferers to also have one or more of the following complaints; restless legs, poor sleep, extreme tiredness, headaches, irritable bowel, reduced memory/concentration (fibro-fog), muscle stiffness and increased sensitivity to pain and other stimuli like noise and […]

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