The shoulder being such a complex structure can have pain originating from many different issues such as: - Rotator cuff pathology - Bursitis - Frozen shoulder - Biceps tendinopathy - Labral tear - Impingement - Gall bladder pathology - Cardiac pathology - Osteoarthritis - Rheumatoid arthritis - Etc. Our shoulder joint is designed so that it sacrifices stability in order to achi
3 Tips for avoiding Shin Splints Shin splints is a running condition effecting the tibial region of your lower limb. There are different types of shin splints that can be differentiated between bone related or muscle related shin splints. All types of shin splints develop from training load and lower limb biomechanical issues. Now that running and triathlon seasons are starting, as well as nicer running weather, this is an extremely important condition to prevent and manage.
Throughout my years treating as an Osteopath I have heard many stories of friends and even family members going to see their General Practitioner when they have been experiencing body aches and pains as well as obtaining injuries. So I am here today to educate you on when to see your Osteopath.
Osteopath's have extensive knowledge of the human body. We study the anatomy, biomechanics, injuries, treatment and management for five years at University. We know all about your mu