With an estimated 507,000 musculoskeletal disorders reported last year in the U.K. alone and 8.9 million working days lost throughout the same period, biomechanical prediction assessments are regularly utilised amongst physical therapists in an attempt to predict injuries in patients prior to their occurrence (‘Statistics – Work related musculoskeletal disorders’,[…]

You soon learn as an osteopath that every body is different and unique. No two postures, movements or conditions are the same from one person to another. That being said however, there are certain things that you become very used to seeing; tight hip flexors being a prime example. We[…]

We often have patients who suffer from Nighttime Back Pain, and while at times the pain can be very severe, one of the major side effects is the lack of rest, people who suffer from nighttime can’t get a good night’s sleep … So let’s look at what could be[…]