Osteopath Mathieu Rossano introduces us to the Pectoralis Minor muscle and helps us to understand the potential underlying cause of many shoulder, mid-back and neck injuries
Osteopath, Sian Smith introduces us to the Quadratus Lumborum - a common cause of back pain
In the first of our "Muscle of the Month" features, Osteopath Mathieu Rossano introduces us to the Ilio-psoas muscle, often the root cause of lower back and pelvic pain.
Osteopath, Sian Smith, describes the physical manifestations of anxiety and how Osteopathy can help
Read Osteopath Mathieu Rossano's contribution to an article in the Metro on the management of Osteoarthritis
Osteopath Mathieu Rossano shares a case study of a 73 year old diagnosed with frozen shoulder - a diagnosis which had become self fulfilling and the significant impact that osteopathy had on his wellbeing.
Our team of Osteopaths answer the question on every new patient's lips "What is the difference between Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists?"
The beauty of a multi disciplinary clinic such as ours at Bridge to Health is that each therapist will have a different approach to dealing with presenting symptoms. The goal of each practitioner will be to bring the patient's body back into balance, but how we each achieve that will be different. We hope what this means for our clients is that they have a choice in how to resolve their health issues. In our monthly team meetings we discuss a particular symptom and each therapist explains their approach. This means that as a team we will become more deeply aware of each others' therapies and be better positioned to recommend our colleagues to our clients. This blog post focusses on how each discipline would respond to a client complaining of headaches.
As schools re-open after the summer break, what damage are our children inflicting on their spines? Osteopath, Mathieu Rossano explains the different ways that Bridge to Health can help with the issue of childrens' posture.
Bridge to Health is very excited about its new partnership with Ryan Raghoo, a Paralympic athlete. For a young man of 20, he has achieved more than most of us who are far older, both on and off the athletic track.