How An Athlete Can Ensure They Rarely Get Pain or Injury

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I am constantly amazed to see elite athletes being reported as unable to compete because of injury, or injuring themselves during competition, and even sometimes suffering an ongoing problem over many weeks or years, such as back pain. Or the time it takes them to be over a hamstring tear. A person who manages their Read More

Have You Ever Been Told You Have Piriformis Syndrome?

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A diagnosis of Piriformis Syndrome can fool you into believing that this is just an isolated problem with the Piriformis muscle. While the Piriformis can certainly tighten up and put pressure on the sciatic nerve, this is only as a result of a whole pattern of imbalance and tension in the body. In order to Read More

Video on Back Pain and Sciatica

Video on Back Pain and Sciatica

The Link Between Back Pain and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Whilst Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or M.E, as it is often referred to, has been described as a ‘mystery illness’, medical reports and professionals have a widely held belief that it is caused by either a virus or depression. British medical scientists have also found a relationship between Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and a lack of blood Read More

Back Pain and Sciatica – Why What You Eat Matters.

Back pain is mostly as a result of stress that has built up in our bodies highlighting and physical muscle imbalances that exist leading to irritation to the spine, discs, nerves, joints, muscles and ligaments. Stress has three main origins – Physical, Chemical and Emotional, so a poor diet which upsets the chemical balance has Read More