Did you know?

Did you know that the more sedentary lifestyle that you have, the worse it is for your health. Which is bad news for the hundreds of thousands of people who sit in a chair at work for eight hours each day. Are you one of these people? Not only will your neck hurt from staring at […]

Posted on the 23rd March, 2017

It’s ski season! Most common ski injuries & how to manage them.

The ski season can bring an array of injuries but here’s the good news, since the 1970’s ski injuries have decreased by about 50%.  On average currently 2/1000 people skiing on one day will withstand an injury that needs medical attention. However if you find yourself injured, please read the advice below. Top 4 most […]

Posted on the 12th January, 2017

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Posted on the 14th December, 2016

Manipulation – Is it good to have your joints clicked?

Everybody at some point in time has asked the question ‘Can cracking your knuckles give you arthritis or not?’ The simple answer is no, this research has been supported in a 2015 study (using real-time MRI images) at the University of Alberta, Canada to not be harmful or cause osteoarthritis from ‘knuckle cracking’. In addition, […]

Posted on the 27th October, 2016

Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Explained by HP

Irritable Bowel Syndrome What is IBS? Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common, long-term condition of the digestive system. If you have IBS, you could suffer from bouts of stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and/or constipation. It’s considered to be a functional disorder of the intestines, occurring in the absence of visible structural abnormality.   IBS […]

Posted on the 11th October, 2016

Cupping Therapy with Hwapyeong Shon (HP)

Richmond Osteopaths would like to introduce Hwapyeong Shon (HP) who is the newest member of our team at Richmond Osteopaths. Being qualified in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Osteopathy and Cupping Therapy allows HP to offer you a wide range of treatment. What is cupping? Cupping is a traditional healing art that has been used by many ancient […]

Posted on the 12th September, 2016

Do you suffer from Hip and Back pain?

Our lovely personal trainer Natasha Howard at Richmond Osteopaths demonstrates a great stretching routine to help you on daily basis if you struggle with Hip and Back pain. If you have an unstable knee or experience a lot of pain into the lower back then it would be best to pop into the clinic for […]

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Your first trimester of pregnancy and osteopathy

If you are in your first trimester of pregnancy you may be experiencing an extreme range of emotions due to a massive influx of hormones that may make you feel like you are on an emotional roller coaster. In addition, your body will be working hard to create this little being inside of you which […]

Posted on the 30th May, 2016

Fascia and can tight fascia cause pain?

What is Fascia? Fascia is a connective tissue and as the name suggests it connects everything especially muscles and internal organs. It creates a web beneath the skin. I have always thought of fascia as an allusive term and in the past it has been very misunderstood by many medical professionals. However as time has […]

Posted on the 18th April, 2016

Hey guys…We have moved!

It has been a crazy long and lengthy process but we have finally moved clinics! I can’t believe it but our journey began almost a year ago and I would never have imagined that the process of buying a lease and renovating a property would be such a challenge to us but we have finally […]

Posted on the 30th March, 2016