Back Pain

Having treated 12 patients today with 7 of them suffering just for back pain prompted me to write a little about it as it seems to be an epidemic sweeping office workers in particular. It would strongly suggest that sitting still in one position for over 8 hours should rather be avoided. As my business […]

Posted on the 19th April, 2013

Arsenal Football Club, Teaching Their Physiotherapists

Arsenal Football Club contacted me to teach their physiotherapists my Foot and Ankle course. All physiotherapists and osteopaths continue training as part of their Continuous Professional Development (CPD) which is governed by the Health Professional Council (HPC) and General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) they ensure that this is achieved every year. Although I too attend courses, […]

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Knee pain (“jumper’s knee”)

Having just treated two patients presenting with knee pain within 2 hours of each other, with almost identical onsets, prompted me to write about “jumpers knee”.  It has been called this as it typically affects athletes involved with sports which require jumping such as basketball, volleyball, long jump etc. High profile sportsmen who have suffered with their patellar […]

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The Sunday times

I woke up early one Sunday morning to a text message from a good friend to tell me that she loves my advert in the Sunday times. I rubbed my eyes and re-read her crazy message.  I was really confused and then put it down to one of two factors: She must be losing her […]

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Richmond: My home. Richmond Osteopaths: My work

I’ve worked in a number of different physiotherapy clinics in and around London. I’ve lived in a few different places in London too. So to now say that I am living and working in Richmond is great and I feel lucky every day to call Richmond my home. It is such an active town, I […]

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