back pain

Osteopathy A to Z – B is for Back Pain

Back pain is the main cause of disability worldwide, affecting 540 million people at any one time.  In the UK, back pain is experienced by ...

Wallet Syndrome – or Why Being Rich May Be Harmful to your Health

Ok, so wealth in itself may not be detrimental, but it depends how you carry all that wealth!  If it's stashed in a wallet, along ...

Using a laptop? Watch this…

If you use a laptop, watch this nice little video about the basics of set-up to prevent neck and back pain!

Gardening Tips

If you're planning to do some gardening over the Bank Holiday weekend, here's a few ideas to keep you limber and on tip-top form! Back-Friendly Gardening Most ...

“I think it’s SCIATICA!”

Is your back killing you?  Are you struggling to stand up straight?  Do you feel like your legs can't take your weight?  Has someone told ...

Five Top Tips to Keep Back Pain at Bay

Whether you're back pain free, or suffer the occasional niggles, take a look at these few "top tips" that will help keep you pain-free for ...

Gentle Morning Stretches

Stretch in the morning to help your body wake up!   It's tough getting up in the mornings, especially now they're getting colder and darker as ...

Calling all home office workers!

Ergonomics.  It's a term we all know - some of us are lucky enough to have an ergonomic check of our workstation (if we work ...

Caring for the Carers

Back Care Awareness Week is nearly upon us (October 7-11) and this year, the campaign is "Caring for Carers"....and what more deserving population could there ...

School Spine – it’s a weighty problem

Summer holidays are nearly over, and once again our children will be burdened with school work, and - in a more physical sense - with ...

Gameboy Back

You may have heard of this phenomenon in the headlines in the last week or so.  A study printed in a Dutch medical journal suggests ...