E is for Exercises

by Claire Short on March 1, 2021 in Uncategorized

Have you been told to do exercises?  Do you do them?  Are we nuts to ask that question?! Some years ago Claire and Steven organised for an internationally famous osteopath to come to Knuston Hall to teach us that stretching doesn’t work!   I’m not going to go into the theory about why it doesn’t work, […]

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D is for Dogs

by Claire Short on March 1, 2021 in Uncategorized

We’re just sorting out our favourite photos of Leo Potamus, Badger the Dog and Max, our clinic black Labradors.  Once we’ve got the best ones we’ll post them here. Warning – there might be quite a lot of them!!!

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C is for Cupping

by Claire Short on March 1, 2021 in Uncategorized

If you’ve not seen the photos of Gwyneth Paltrow and Michael Phelps with their cupping marks you need to see them.  They look like they’ve been kissed by an octopus! Sharon, our acupuncturist, uses this type of cupping, but she also uses a technique that focusses on the fascia of the area, which involves dragging […]

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B is for Back Pain

by Claire Short on February 23, 2021 in Acupuncture

Osteopaths are best known for their treatment of back pain (though we do also do heads, shoulders, knees and toes – seriously!) So what causes back pain? There isn’t a quick answer to this question.  Many problems, pathologies and injuries can cause your back pain.  These include: Disc problems Wear and tear Fractures Gynae problems […]

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A is for Acupuncture

by AshgroveMainAdmin on July 27, 2017 in Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a weird one, isn’t it.  Who on Earth came up with the idea of poking pins into someone to help them feel better?  But it works and there’s research to prove it. And it’s not just for pain relief. The theory is that acupuncture improves your mental health and at the same time […]

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