osteopathy to help with running injuries

Can Osteopaths Help With Running Injuries

Yes an osteopath can help with running injuries,. With the increase in running distances aches and strains tend to develop. The basic running process is repetitive process of pounding the pavements exposing your joints and muscles to constant impact. Any … Read More

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How To Be Happy Living Alone

Living alone and being single There are two different types of people when it comes to being in relationships and being single. Some people are very happy being single, others really are not. For those who are not, life when … Read More

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Runners Knee or Anterior Knee Pain

Most commonly called runners knee, this is a very common injury with runners. The repetitive, demanding nature of running will cause additional forces through your knee. If there is a muscular imbalance this will cause irritation into the tendons on … Read More

Mens Mental Health and Covid 19

Men have never been great at accepting or even talking about mental health issues. It’s the macho image we have always grown up with and the simple phrases our parents passed down to us. It is not their fault because … Read More

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Irritable Bowl Syndrome What Can You Do About It

Looking for an IBS Specialist Nutritionist in London? At Wellthy Clinic we offer a range of services (Nutritionist, Osteopathy and Pilates) to provide a complete natural treatment plan to reduce your IBS symptoms. In the below article we will discuss how IBS is a complex … Read More

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Whats An Osteopath and How Can Osteopathy Help Me

Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person’s muscles and joints. Osteopathy is based on the principle that the wellbeing of an individual depends on their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning … Read More

Homemade Isotonic Drinks

Why do we need it and How much do we need? As animals, our bodies store ‘energy’ as Glycogen, in muscle tissue and our Liver. When we exercise, our favoured choice of energy is Glycogen. So, this is used alongside … Read More