Author: Andrew

Ice is for injuries, and heat is for muscles. Roughly. Ice is for injuries — calming down damaged superficial tissues that are inflamed, red, hot and swollen. The inflammatory process is a healthy, normal, natural process … that also happens to be incredibly painful and more biologically stubborn...

So what’s the difference between a sports massage therapist, Physiotherapist, Osteopath and a Chiropractor? If I have a £1 for everyone that has asked me this question. So briefly here it is! Before going into the differences what you always need to remember is there's...

Sports Massage is a form of treatment for those that are suffering from muscular tension, whether that tension, was created through occupational strains, sporting activities or daily stresses, Sports Massage is for everyone. Sports Massage involves massage and stretching techniques with a focus on...

Osteopathic practice is a safe and effective form of prevention, diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of health issues. Osteopaths are highly trained healthcare professionals who are experts in the musculoskeletal system (joints, muscles and associated tissues) and its relationship to other systems of the...

About back pain Back pain affects up to 80% of us at some point in our lives. The NHS spends more than £1 billion per year on back pain related costs, but even more money is lost through absence from the workplace caused by excessive aches...

Helping you keep healthy in later life Everybody gets grey hair and wrinkles as they get older. In the same way, it is normal for our muscles, bones, joints and associated tissues to change as we age. Ageing does not necessarily mean that we will experience increased...