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How to give yourself backpain no. 3

How to give yourself backpain no. 3 Your spine is designed to keep your head above your base – whether you are sitting or standing. It does this by adjusting its natural s-curve. So today, we’re going to destroy that self-correcting shape! *First, find a low chair...
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Don’t go to A&E with back pain!

Don’t go to A&E with back pain! This week’s news featured A&E departments that had up to 14 hours’ waiting list. We should rightly be proud of our world-leading, life-saving health service – but we have to understand it’s not meant for minor aches and pains, no...
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How to get back pain no.2

How to give yourself backpain no. 2 One for the men today! *Get one of those compact wallets that fit in your back pocket *Put all your debit cards in the front *Put all your credit cards in the middle *Put lots of storecards at the back *Put your driver’s licence, id card,...
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How to get back pain no.1

How to give yourself back pain No. 1 *Buy the biggest handbag you can find *Transfer everything from your other bag(s) into it, without bothering to check *Just in case, put a spare of everything in there *Put it on your high shoulder – you know, the one you always put it...
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Neck strain from using mobile devices

Have YOU got text neck? How hunching over your phone puts 60lbs of extra pressure on the spine • Slumping to look at a phone puts extra pressure on the cervical spine • Cervical spine is the part of the spine above the shoulders in the neck • Bending the head at a 60 degree angle...
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Pain is like the tip of an iceberg

Pain is like the tip of an iceberg – it’s just the part of the problem you are aware of. We all have strains and stresses on our body from poor posture, unsupportive chairs, doing jobs that put us in unnatural positions, standing or sitting too long – and so on....
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Why is osteopathy so popular for treating pain?

Why is #osteopathy so popular for treating pain? Most other treatments focus just on the bit that hurts – the #dodgyback, the #ankle you keep twisting, #tenniselbow, that recurring headache. But #osteopaths look for the trigger that sets these problems off. If we can find the...
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