Patients must be aware of what AXA PPP are doing
Nice read on how we train in different environments and if they have useful carry over. Have a read here.
Jo Harding and her Ankylosing spondylitis…… Love this – this was a patient of ours that has done really, really well by stripping out her diet and becoming responsible for ‘what’ and ‘how’ she eats. It was a journey for her….but she was motivated and would not listen to someone saying ‘no’. She is doing […]
This really lovely and simple short video from Dr Mike Evans explaining some of the reasons for lower back pain and what you may be able to do to help yourself. Often it is about taking responsibility for yourself and talking control and deciding what you need to do. Movement and treatment are often great […]
James (Shanahan) joins us here at Back to Back all the way from Melbourne, Australia! He graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Science (Osteopathy) and a Masters of Osteopathy from Victoria University and brings with him the most up to date knowledge and skills in the industry. In Australia he is even called a doctor!!! James has […]
Sportsman’s hernia? An ambiguous term….. Interesting paper on this is here. It is a recent article that highlights more recent observations in treatments and why naming this set of injuries has always been a challenge. Diagnosis of the problem needs to be based on a thorough history and examination. Onset can be sudden, but often […]