Have you been struck down by the latest pandemic "Five A Side Syndrome"? Find out what Osteopath, Mathieu Rossano, means by reading his latest blog post
With the annual Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race taking place on the 27th March, Harry Rogers, Registered Osteopath, describes the more common rowing injuries and explains how Osteopathy can help
Mathieu Rossano uses a gynaecological case study to demonstrate the link between structure and function in the body. An amazing read!
Mathieu Rossano, Registered Osteopath and founder of Bridge to Health explains the physical manifestations of stress and explains how Bridge to Health and its broad clinic services can support you to tackle the curse of today's society, stress.
Peter and I have great pleasure in introducing the exciting course that we are organising with Norman Baker for osteopaths this autumn in London:
Stress is almost an inevitable consequence of modern life, yet few people have any practical tools with which to manage it on a routine basis.Beyond the particulars of each specific patient presentation, one simple form of treatment stands out in the care of most, if not all, patients betraying signs of stress.
At the various tournaments the club enters, I am always struck by the sight of the substitutes standing shivering-cum-frozen on the side of the pitch. They are not waiting to join the fray so much as exposing themselves to the risk of injury.
Simple exercise to help relax the lower back and limb joints
If you are just starting your third term of pregnancy, your baby’s weight becomes significantly more noticeable, and you will increasingly tend to experience lower back, pelvic and perineal pain or discomfort. These symptoms can be upsetting as they increase both your level of tiredness and tension (particularly if you are still working or looking after young children) and perhaps concern about a potentially more protracted and uncomfortable delivery.