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Treating Lower Back Pain with Osteopathy

May 03, 2010

Amazingly about 70-80% of the population is likely to suffer from lower back pain at some time in their lives, which makes it one of the most common health problems in the country. Many patients say it’s a bit like joining a secret club they didn’t...

Osteopathy - A Safe and Effective Approach to Back Pain

Nov 09, 2009

Back Pain Regardless of age or gender, 80 per cent of the population will suffer from back pain at some time. Common causes of back pain include: extensive sitting or standing heavy lifting injury pregnancy constipation, irritable bowel and endometriosis...

What is Inversion Therapy?

Apr 17, 2009

What is Inversion Therapy? Inversion therapy is a natural method of relieving strain on the spine, joints and muscles by removing the pressure gravity places on the body.  An inversion table, or gravity table, is a popular device that allows you to...

Thermography 101: What is it & What is it used for?

Feb 22, 2009

Are you looking for a test that can tell you about changes in your body before other tests are able to?  Thermography is an excellent diagnostic tool that is starting to become more popular due to its “early warning” properties.  Read on to learn...

11 Therapies for Natural Pain Management

Mar 24, 2008

If you suffer from any form of pain, whether chronic or acute, it may not be necessary to rely on traditional medicine such as pain medication to relieve it.  There are many natural pain management techniques that are available to try so it is just...

Cox Decompression: A New Type of Therapy for Back Pain

Aug 06, 2007

What is Cox Decompression? Cox Decompression, also known as Flexion Distraction, was originally developed in the early 1970s. The technique was refined by Dr Cox, who also designed a manipulation instrument to ensure that the technique was used effectively.

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