1603, 2019

Will you take the challenge? Pause – Breathe – Reset- Heal

March 16th, 2019|Categories: Osteopathy, Wellbeing|0 Comments

By Rayne Watkin, Osteopath “Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.” Thich Nhat Hanh I do not claim to know everything, but after 25 years of laying my hands on people (as an Osteopath for the last 15 years and a Massage Therapist previously), something I have learnt along my journey is [...]

703, 2019

Osteopathy Natural

March 7th, 2019|Categories: Osteopathy|0 Comments

Osteopathy is a form of manual healthcare which recognises the important link between the structure of the body and the way it unctions. Dr. Jelena Parry Osteopathy is a whole body system of manual therapy that uses hands-on techniques to assess, diagnose and treat the entire musculoskeletal system which includes the muscles, joints, internal organs and connective tissue. Osteopaths work [...]

2401, 2019

Glute function and running

January 24th, 2019|Categories: Conditioning, Sports Injuries|0 Comments

I’m sure you can agree that we have all had some form of tightness or niggle after doing exercise especially running post a time of inactivity – whether it be after a long week at work or just coming off two weeks of Christmas puddings and relaxing on the beach. We have evolved over thousands of years as a species [...]

3011, 2017

What Is “The Core” And Why Is It So Important?

November 30th, 2017|Categories: Conditioning|0 Comments

“Tighten your core”, “brace your core”, “turn on your core” – these are variations of what I hear in Pilates classes, gym classes and from personal trainers. But what the hell is the core – and why should you “turn it on”? The “core” is made up of several muscles of the abdomen and neck, and are often known as [...]

911, 2017

Why Do You Keep Getting Injured?

November 9th, 2017|Categories: Sports Injuries|0 Comments

What do you think is the biggest predictor for future injury? No, it is not your weight No, it is not your BMI No, it is not your activity (or lack there of) levels No, its not your age No, its not the fact you have Osteoarthitis No, its not if you are a male or female No, its not [...]

2410, 2017

3 Tips for Ankle Sprains

October 24th, 2017|Categories: Sports Injuries|0 Comments

An inversion ankle sprain (rolled inwards) is one of the most common injuries seen on the sporting field or court. Due to often a great deal of dynamic change of direction and a whole host of other feet to trip on, the ankle inversion sprain is often inevitable – but there is another reason why they are common! The biggest [...]