I would like you to welcome Emma Haywood to the team. Emma is joining the Stonehenge Osteopath in December. She will be available in Amesbury on a Thursday.
Emma wants to help you feel a sense of good health and well being as well as help keep you active and mobile.
Emma graduated with a Masters in Osteopathy in 2016. She has been working in a busy practice in Portsmouth. She describes herself as a ‘gentle, structural osteopath’. Emma also has an interest in dry needling, which is great for those trigger points!
For those of you suffering with sports injuries you can be reassured that Emma has a particular interest in running and so is familiar and comfortable with people keen on returning to their chosen sport.
I see many patients with knee injuries for all sorts of reasons. Many names are given to the variety of strains and sprains which people experience, this leads to lots of questions about what has happened. Below is some brief information about the common injuries people suffer. Continue reading “Knee Injuries”
I was just reading one website called ‘about health’ which had been highlighted by a cousin for fibromyalgia. Reading through the page my attention was caught; there was a section about Rheumatoid Arthritis and working with it. This was of interest as my mum has had this for nearly 20 years and through good medical management and her determination has remained at a stressful job (which she enjoys) for years beyond retirement in fact. Recently I have had patients with recent diagnosis’ so I will be passing this website details onto them. It is an American site so some details may need to be checked for relevance in the UK but it is a useful and interesting site if you or a family member is living with this. Take a look.