A great ‘before and after’ photo set: Wassim is a serious weight lifter who recently took part in his first competition. He had been suffering for over a year with pain and tension in his left arm and shoulder that was affecting his ability to train and to keep the bar level when squatting. Before treatment: […]Read More Chiropractic and Weight Lifting
Frozen Shoulder Syndrome (sometimes known as “adhesive capsulitis”) is remarkably common. As soon as you start talking about stiff and painful shoulders you quickly meet a lot of people who suffer with them. It can come on without warning. A small pain in the arm or shoulder develops into a sharp pain or a burning […]Read More Peterborough Frozen Shoulder Clinic
Emmett technique is a gentle body therapy developed by Ross Emmett, an Australian practitioner. It uses light pressure and movement on specific points of the body to relieve muscle tension and restore balance. I did some Emmett training back in 2011 and have been using bits of it ever since as a complement to the […]Read More Emmett Technique
An interesting piece of training on Saturday 12th September. Chiropractors were given the opportunity to try their hand at clay pigeon shooting and then take part in a discussion about the sorts of injuries seen among people who use guns for sport or work. As you can imagine, shooting folk tend to get a lot […]Read More Chiropractic and clay pigeon shooting
This is a question that comes up a lot and it’s one that I find increasingly difficult to answer as I learn more about the wide range of approaches used in my own profession and in osteopathy. Similarities There are more similarities than differences between the two professions. Chiropractors and Osteopaths both believe that many […]Read More What is the difference between Chiropractic and Osteopathy?