For most of us, our first response to a headache is to reach for the painkillers or possibly swear off drinking. A common assumption is that headaches come from inside our head, but in clinic we often treat cervicogenic headaches. We have touched on these before, but today want to focus on a particularly common …..
With around a third of UK adults suffering from lower back pain, a fairly common complaint is a slipped disc. Roughly one in 20 people will suffer from this and it’s something that can cause varying degrees of pain or discomfort – in fact it’s possible to suffer from a slipped disc and not even …..
Shoulder pain is one of the more common injuries that physios have to deal with and sometimes pain in the shoulder doesn’t even originate from the shoulder itself but can be referred from elsewhere. The shoulder is also one of the most complicated joints in the body (if not the most), where pain can arise …..
In a previous blog we looked at some of the problems that can arise from sitting at a desk for long periods of time – putting our bodies in an unnatural position that we’re simply not designed for. The last blog looked at dealing with the problems – but what about stopping them early and …..