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Neck Pain - How Can We Help?

manul cx1modifiedPhysiotherapists, Chiropractors and Osteopaths are able to provide manual therapy treatments for neck pain. In-line with recent evidence reviews, our practitioners provide mobilisation, manipulation, massage techniques and exercises specific to each individual case.


Whiplash - Not Just From Cars

car crash28th March, 2012: A whiplash injury can result in a neck 'sprain' when your head is suddenly jolted backwards and forwards in a whip-like movement, or is suddenly forcibly rotated. This can often cause the neck muscles and ligaments to stretch beyond their normal range, known as a 'sprain'. Symptoms may not always be immediate and can even be delayed for hours or days after the injury.


Common Causes of Neck Pain

Neck pain picture21st March, 2012: Neck pain is very common, it is one of the most common complaints we see as musculoskeletal clinicians . About 2 in 3 people develop an episode of neck pain at some point in their life. One survey conducted in the UK found that, of adults aged 45-75 years, about 1 in 4 women and about 1 in 5 men had recurrent neck pain. There are many different types and causes of neck pain which include trauma, poor posture, degenerative diseases, abnormalities in the bone or joints and tumours.


The Ice Versus Heat Debate, Which Should I Use?

ice-cubes13th March, 2012: There have been many conflicting studies in the past as to when ice should be used as opposed to heat treatment.  Recent research has given us as both therapists and patients, more definitive answers. Our latest blog post summarises the current views on when to use ice, heat or a combination of the two treatments.


What Can I Do To Help Ease My Lower Back Pain?

New Image6th March, 2012: Low back pain is a common problem affecting around 4 out of 5 people at some point in their life. Anyone can experience back pain, and at any age. However it is most prevalent in people aged 35, 55 or over.

If you have back pain, the first step is to be properly assessed by your primary care provider such as your Chiropractor, Osteopath, Physiotherapist, GP or musculoskeletal specialist. If you require treatment from one of these specialists, your treatment will be appropriately tailored to your case.