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Amanda Oswald

On a roll with fascia

Posted by Amanda Oswald

47 Days Ago


  Foam rollers – the evidence? There is much excitement in the sports and fitness world around the use of foam rollers for self-myofascial release (SMR). Go to most gyms and you will find people rolling around on them. But is there any evidence that foam rollers are effective, and how should they be used, if at all? As... [read more]

Amanda Oswald

How your posture affects your jaw

Posted by Amanda Oswald

47 Days Ago


Myofascial Release for TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder) TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder) TMJ, aka jaw pain, is a common condition that is poorly understood. Most people who come to us with TMJ have been diagnosed by their dentist or doctor. Their symptoms include: • Constant pain in the jaw, face, teeth, ears, and neck • Pain when moving the jaw; or... [read more]

Amanda Oswald

The self myofascial release (SMR) slow fix

Posted by Amanda Oswald

47 Days Ago


   Myofascial release for sport You don’t have to look far to find self myofascial release being promoted as the new quick fix in sports training. Athletes in search of ever-greater performance are urged to ‘attack’, ‘smash’ and ‘blast’ their fascia into submission using anything from foam rollers to cricket balls to hard plastic sticks. Apart from the risk... [read more]

Amanda Oswald

Runner's Injuries - Sciatica

Posted by Amanda Oswald

47 Days Ago


Runner's Injuries - Sciatica Amanda Oswald from Pain Care Clinic explains why fascia tightening can cause pain in runners and how to relieve it: Fascia is the main connective tissue in the body forming a fluid 3-D web wrapping round and through everything else, including muscles. Fascia tightens through overuse, causing restrictions which refer pain, such as sciatica. What... [read more]

Amanda Oswald

Carpal Tunnel can be a real pain...in the neck?!

Posted by Amanda Oswald

47 Days Ago


Fantastic advice courtesy of Posture People, specialists in workplace assessment and consultancy, and with a little help from us… Often presenting itself as tingling, numbness and pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is caused by compression of the median nerve in the wrist. Anyone who has experienced Carpal Tunnel Syndrome pain will tell you just how uncomfortable and miserable it can... [read more]

Amanda Oswald

Is it time to redefine frozen shoulder?

Posted by Amanda Oswald

47 Days Ago


Frozen shoulder, adhesive capsulitis, or something else? Frozen shoulder, is a term coined in 1934 by American Dr E Codman, describing a condition that he regarded as ‘difficult to define, difficult to treat and difficult to explain from the point of view of pathology’. Eleven years later Dr JS Nevasier came up with the more medical-sounding ‘adhesive capsulitis’... [read more]

Tom Jagiello

It is not possible to change the past or is it...?

Posted by Tom Jagiello

69 Days Ago


Time Line Therapy™ was created by Dr Tad James, an early developer of NLP in the late ’80s. It is part of the NLP approach that largely focuses on Ericksonian hypnotherapy.  Many scientists made an observation that as human beings, we develop in our nervous system, some way of coding and storing the experience of time.... [read more]

Cath Davies

The Human Givens Approach - How we can maintain mental and physical well being

Posted by Cath Davies

75 Days Ago


HUMAN GIVENS – THE CUTTING EDGE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY?We tend to know if we are in good health or not, but good health is more than a matter of not being physically ill.  One study has suggested that Good Health depends on a good balance between 5 main areas, or Domains, of health:  Physical health (looked after... [read more]

Robyn Harris

Life Coaching

Posted by Robyn Harris

81 Days Ago


I came across a post on Facebook the other day that shared a wonderful TED Talk given by Susan David (The Gift and Power of Emotional Courage). That, and some conversations I’ve had recently, got me thinking about why I do what I do. Susan grew up in South Africa during apartheid which affected her deeply. I... [read more]

Tim Humphries

Whiplash

Posted by Tim Humphries

81 Days Ago


Whiplash    Whiplash is a term that describes any traumatic spinal injury, although typically it affects the neck or low back. Most commonly it is associated with a car accident, however, it can be caused by falling awkwardly or hitting your head, for example. I recently saw someone who was getting neck pain and stiffness caused by... [read more]


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