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What is 'Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome?'

By Giovanni Bruno Are you suffering from lower back pain? Have you ever considered that you may have sacroiliac joint (SIJ) dysfunction rather than a lower back problem? I see this condition often in clinic as too much or too little movement in this joint can create problems. This joint is found in the pelvis […]

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Some years ago, I had major surgery on my brain that involved my head being held stationary at a difficult angle for 12 hours.  The surgery was very successful but I developed severe headaches.  Over the years I have tried many different pain killers, some of which changed my personality and affected my balance and ability to concentrate, three different physio’s, chiropractors, exercise with a trainer, acupuncture - British and Chinese - and hypnotherapy. All helped to a degree but nothing significantly. A few weeks ago I visited Nicolette who from the start appeared to understand my problem. Today, I am no longer taking any pain killers, my movement is much better, my balance is improved and my headaches are an occasional phenomenon  rather than a debilitating constant. What more could I have asked for ?   I have got my life back and I am very grateful. Alan Stark

Severe chronic neck pain and headaches