Managing Lower Back Pain

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Back pain can be normal. It’s also very common, with 80% of people experiencing an episode of back pain in their lifetime.

What causes the pain?

The lower back is a highly complex structure and it is often difficult to …

Promoting Health in Children

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Bringing up children in today’s modern world requires a different approach to previous generations. The world around us is changing and so is our lifestyle. Life is more rushed and competitive, whilst play is more sedentary than ever before. Being …

Acupuncture – could it help you?

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What is it and how does it work?

Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine stainless steel needles into the skin. It has been used in China for thousands of years and increasingly in Western medicine since the 1970s. Acupuncture …

Why do I get calf pain when I run?

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Calf pain and tightness when running seems to be an increasingly common complaint in the clinic.

This is to be expected after an injury but often, runners complain of calf pain without an obvious cause.

It’s known as non-traumatic calf

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