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Spinal Stenosis Spinal stenosis is a condition which affects many people and happens when the space around the spinal cord becomes narrowed. This occurs most commonly in the lumbar region, but can occur in the cervical region too. As the space becomes narrow, there may be pressure on the spinal cord and also the supporting […]

Osteopathy and Indian Head Massage could assist sinusitis problems The sinuses are small air filled chambers which are located above your eyes, around your nose and in your cheekbones. Their function is to warm and moisten the air as it makes its way to the lungs and to trap bacteria. The bacteria can then be […]

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 […]

At the beginning of July, we are starting a new foot clinic at Broadwater Osteopaths with James Barber. James Barber is a fully qualified, registered and insured Foot Health Practitioner (FHP register number 5265564) He is kindly covering Sue Potten’s Chiropody Clinic at the practice and can help with all the usual foot aliments from […]

Dear Patients We look forward to seeing you shortly at the clinic for your face to face appointment. Before this, I wanted to make you aware of some changes at the practice, which have been put in place to increase our hygiene policy and also for you to play your part in helping us to […]

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 the current time, many of us may feel stressed, anxious and fearful and this is not surprising. We are all going through a period of time we have not been through before, filled with uncertainty, worry and change. This time is also a great opportunity to reflect on what ‘really’ is important in life […]

Festive Fitness and New Year Wellness Part 2 Making fitness work in the New Year resolution knock out!! Almost everyone knows how to get fitter and healthier, but when life’s already full, how can you actually do those things? With these 7 practical tips, of course: Ask yourself why you want to get fit until […]

Movement is indeed the key to life. Sitting is not the evil party here, but the remedy to sitting is in fact moving more! We are not designed and built to remain static. We need to move, not only to help our joints, but our heart, lungs and organs too. The body needs movement, as […]