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Osteopathic spinal manipulation

Osteopathic Spinal Manipulation

Spinal manipulation, is the use of traditional high-velocity low-amplitude (HVLA) thrust. The manipulation often results in an audible “pop,” as practitioners use their hands to apply a controlled sudden force to a joint while the body is positioned in a specific way

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Medical Acupuncture for shoulder pain relief

Medical Acupuncture

Medical acupuncture’s method of treatment is to place a dry needle into an area of pain, as near to the centre as possible, and to manipulate the area to elicit a local twitch response. This release contains a mixture of agents, such as endorphins. 

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Sports Massage

Sports massage is not just for sports injuries, it is for anyone that could benefit from pain relief. Obviously the quicker the pain has gone the sooner you can live your life and enjoy your day-to-day activities. 

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Expert blood tests

Expert Blood Tests

Optimise your health and reach your fitness goals with our range of specialist blood tests. 

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Body Composition Analysis

The total body check that gives you a great bench mark of your current fitness inside and out. It's time to find out what you're made of.

  • metabolic age
  • body fat
  • total body water
  • bone mass
  • visceral fat level
  • and other markers

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Osteopathic Spinal Manipulation

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What Is It?

Spinal Manipulation is the application of controlled force to a joint, moving it beyond the normal range of motion in an effort to aid in restoring health. Manipulation may be performed as a part of other therapies or whole medical systems, including chiropractic medicine, massage, and naturopathy

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How It Works

With the patient sitting or lying down on a table, the practitioner will gently apply a precise amount of manual pressure in a specific direction. The pressure is applied either directly in the affected areas or at some distance away. 

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What Areas Are Effected

It is used to put the tissues at ease (relaxed) or to engage them at their functional limit in order to effect the following:

  • Treat structural and tissue abnormalities (vertebrae, muscles, myofascial structures, etc.)
  • Relieve joint restriction and misalignment
  • Restore muscle and tissue balance
  • Promote the movement of bodily fluids

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Why Back pain can sometimes be kidney problems

Sometimes a patient will present with a few symptoms that will mean no manual treatment is suitable at this stage. Pain that radiates from the flanks and goes around the back can occasionally be related to kidney problems. In these cases blood tests are offered to test kidney and liver function. 

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Medical Accupuncture

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What Is It?

Medical acupuncture is the use of acupuncture that typically follows a diagnosis. It can be used to treat a wide range of health conditions, but the most common reason to try medical acupuncture is for pain relief.

A course of acupuncture usually creates longer lasting pain relief than when a single treatment is used

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What Is The NHS View Of The Treatment?

Acupuncture is a treatment derived from ancient Chinese medicine. Fine needles are inserted at certain sites in the body for therapeutic or preventative purposes.

It is used in many NHS general practices, as well as the majority of pain clinics and hospices in the UK.

Acupuncture is often seen as a form of complementary or alternative medicine (CAM).

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What Areas Are Effected

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), which provides guidelines for the NHS on the use of treatments and care of patients, currently recommends acupuncture as a treatment for chronic tension-type headaches and migraines.

Other conditions commonly treated by acupuncture, though not officially recognised by NICE, include:

  • chronic pain, such as neck pain
  • joint pain
  • dental pain
  • postoperative pain

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Sports Massage

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What Is It?

Sports massage is a form of massage involving the manipulation of soft tissue to benefit a person engaged in regular physical activity. Soft tissue is connective tissue that has not hardened into bone and cartilage; it includes skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia (a form of connective tissue that lines and ensheathes the other soft tissues).

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Benefits OF Sports Massage

The psychological effects and benefits of sports massage

  • improved relaxation
  • minimal muscle tension
  • higher range of movement.
  • scar tissues improvement.
  • better recovery by raising blood circulation to the affected spot.
  • mitochondrial development, which is the power station for muscle

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Reasons To Have A Sports Massage

One of the best reasons to get a sports massage is to help your muscles, tendons and joints move through their proper range of motion and stay in optimum shape. It's just like that pre-workout warm-up you're supposed to do. You want your muscles to be pliable and your joints warmed up before your exercise.

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