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Matthew Mott

9 min read

The ACL- the ins and outs of the knee’s most commonly injured ligament

The knee joint as an anatomical structure is a notoriously unstable joint, imagine it two bones stacked on top of each other required to take your body weight and move around. To stabilise the joint...

Richard Foster

4 min read

Common Ski Injuries

As the clocks go back and the nights draw in, the more active of us may be turning our minds to venture off into the slopes for snow-based fun. With the start of the ski season upon us, the more...

Richard Foster

6 min read

Stress - The Silent Killer

What’s all the fuss about? We all get stressed from time to time don’t we? But with stress being labeled the silent killer, should we be more worried? Put simply, yes. However, It is worth...

Richard Foster

12 min read

Desk Jockeys

Yes you! You know who you are. Sitting at your desk 8hrs a day, 5 days a week, getting up for the occasional toilet break or for something to eat. Not that there is anything wrong with this, in fact I...

Matthew Mott

4 min read

How Osteopathy Kept Me Fighting Fit For a Charity Row Across The English Channel

Osteopathy takes into account a patients aims and goals and focuses treatment towards those goals John is a very fit and active 62 year old retired man, who has always been very active in the...

Thomas Parry

3 min read

How osteopathy got me back on my kite board after two years of pain.

“I have had chronic back pain since 2012 and have had just about every procedure except for surgery without success until I met Tom. Within a few weeks my condition has improved so much that I am...