Happy new year and to a happy new you!
The new year often gives us time to begin thinking of introducing new healthy actions in to our lives. But if you are suffering with an injury or a bad back sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. You want to do something but not sure what to do without aggravating a pre-existing back problem.
Continue reading “Low Back Pain – Part 1”
What qualifies me to treat people?
I am registered with the General Osteopathic Council which is a legal requirement to be able to call myself an osteopath. As a registered osteopath I have a proven level of training and safety. The GOSC is the osteopathic equivalent of the General Medical Council. They only approve courses that meet their standards. These are four year degrees, which ensure I am safe to treat people whether they are referred by their GP or a family friend. We have an act of parliament to keep us in order!
I am also a member of the Institute Of Osteopathy (also known as the British Osteopathic Association).
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Restorative and healing powers of sleep
When I treat patients one of things we discuss, especially if their injury or discomfort has been causing an issue for a few months or more, is sleep.
Continue reading “Sweet Dreams”
What an exciting couple of weeks I have had!
Firstly I have moved my practice in Shrewton to the Till Orchard Surgery on the High Street in Shrewton.
Continue reading “Exciting 2019!”
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