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New Research Published by Dr Petrides and Dr Saw

25th November, 2013: Dr Petrides and Dr Saw have recently contributed to research aiming to improve cost-effectiveness in the management of musculoskeletal conditions.

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5th August, 2013: For useful injury information, help and advice, follow us on twitter for daily updates  

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Prolotherapy for Knee Osteoarthritis in Recent News

9th July, 2013: A sugar solution injected into the knee could be a new way to treat osteoarthritis. Research suggests that the sugar and water mixture reduces pain and stiffness by stimulating the body's natural repair mechanisms. The sweet solution works by acting as a mild irritant inside the joint, triggering low-level inflammation. This inflammation is not enough to cause any severe harm, but is sufficient to stimulate the release of cells that can help to heal some of the damage caused by the disease.

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Blackberry Rugby News

18th July 2013: The Onley Seven's Rugby Tournament once again drew in teams from across the country to compete on Saturday 6th July 2013. The Blackberry Clinic was proud to assist and see their sponsored team, the 'Hammerheads' perform yet again to the best of their ability.

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Osteopathy in the News

25th April, 2013: An interesting peer-reviewed article has recently been published, highlighting the efficacy of osteopathic manual treatment (OMT) and ultrasound therapy (UST) for short-term relief of non-specific chronic low back pain. It concludes that (a) OMT patients are likely to be very satisfied with their back care, they achieved moderate to substantial improvements in low back pain, whilst using prescription drugs less frequently than other patients. Ultrasound therapy was not shown to be effective.

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