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Try these top tips to beat the winter blues and take care of you As the weather becomes colder, wetter and the skies turn grey, we may not feel so energised and enthused to go outside, but exercise is so important, both mentally and physically. It helps us to stay supple, gets the blood pumping […]

Getting in and out of your car with Back Pain- All you need is a plastic bag and a bit of imagination! One thing that a lot of our patients struggle with when they experience back pain, is getting into and out of their cars. Sometimes this may be due to the car itself, not […]

Mindfulness and Relaxation What have you done today to make you feel calm? Mindfulness and relaxation techniques can have a positive effect on body as well as mind. They can be useful tools to learn to enable us to find peace and calm, even when everything around us appears not to be. Using these techniques, […]

At Broadwater Osteopathic Practice we live and breathe back & neck pain….let us help you too….call us today Worthing Our practice has been established in Worthing for over 30 years. We have a proven track record for assisting thousands of local people, so you can rest assured you are in good hands. We are the […]

What can be done to help sciatica and what is sciatica? The word sciatica is often used to describe leg pain that is caused by pressure on the sciatic nerve. Some people experience numbness and tingling, weakness or burning, alongside the pain. Symptoms will vary person to person. The pain may make it difficult to […]

Could acupuncture be used as part of a treatment protocol for anxiety? Please note this information comes directly from the British Acupuncture Council.  Anxiety disorders include generalised anxiety disorder, panic disorder, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and post traumatic stress disorder (NICE 2007; Clinical Evidence 2007). They can be chronic and cause considerable distress and […]

Can acupuncture help painful periods? Dysmenorrhoea is painful cramps originating in the uterus just prior to or during menstruation. It can be primary (i.e. without any organic pathology) or secondary (i.e. associated with a pathological condition, such as endometriosis or ovarian cysts). The pain usually lasts between 8 and 72 hours.(Fraser 1992) Adolescent girls are […]

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