I borrowed a few words from a lovely email from a happy patient and am sharing with consent. I even made a wee Canva image out of it too.This patient is fit, healthy, attends yoga and Pilates and likes to walk and run. He’s had intermittent back pain for years and with this he is […]

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Finding the Power and the GraceI had to take a snap of this photo in The Times newspaper. Its fairly impossible for me not to see the principles of movement I’ve learned from Joanne Elphinston’s Movement Systems (JEMS) in everyone. Here we have a rugby player moving beautifully and with ease as he’s about to […]

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Hypermobility

What is Hypermobility?Hypermobility is when a joint moves beyond the normal range. Factors that influence joint range include:AgeGenderEthnicityJoint Surface (some are more shallow)Muscle TonePhysical Activity/TrainingConnective Tissues (collagen)Joint laxity is different from the term hypermobility as it denotes that the joint has excessive movement range in all directions but this may or may not be controlled.Identifying […]

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Keeping Everyone Safe during COVID-19 As government measures are being slowly relaxed I am now allowed to offer face-to face appointments to help you with your aches and pains.  Throughout lockdown I have offered video consultations which have been extremely useful for those in need and of course I’m still continuing to teach Pilates via […]

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Osteopathy – What, How and Why- by Linda GreenLinda’s Osteopathy 14 April, 2020A question I get asked all the time is ‘What is Osteopathy?’ Well, I think it means different things to different Osteopaths. Here I’ll talk to you about The Spectrum of Osteopathy and My Kind of Osteopathy. The way each Osteopath works is […]

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