Common Posture Mistakes

    Correcting your posture may feel awkward at first because your body has become so used to sitting and standing in a particular way, but with a bit of practice, good posture can become second nature and be one step to helping your back in the long term. Typical Bad Posture – Tight muscles pull […]

Alcohol Awareness

Many people who took part in Dry January this year will have seen benefits to their health and in their pockets. Once February arrives, though the natural reaction is to breathe a big sigh of relief and celebrate with a glass of a favourite tipple, it is possible that many people will over indulge having […]


Suzette’s Guide to Feeling Terrific

Specific is terrific, that’s what the experts say They’re talking of referrals, but it works all kinds of ways If you suffer from a constant pain and pills don’t hit the spot And you’ve tried a range of treatments and they haven’t done a lot   The Osteopathy may help to get you on your […]


Opt for a Healthier Lifestyle

As an Osteopath when Suzette takes a case history,  she will check the patients’ overall health and wellbeing.  Most people come with muscular skeletal pain, diet and exercise can be a way of helping the natural healing  part of the body. As 2018 begins, it is the perfect opportunity to opt for a healthier lifestyle […]

Osteopathy…just like a Sat Nav!

The majority of drivers now use Satellite Navigation (Sat Nav) in their vehicles to help them arrive safely at their destination, so it was no surprise to hear in the news recently that Sat Nav training is now a part of the learner driving course.  Incorporating these skills will give new drivers on our roads […]

Osteopathy and Pregnancy

Pregnancy should be a wonderful period in a women’s life but it’s not always the same experience for everyone.  A pregnant woman’s posture will change putting more pressure on spinal joints.  There is a sudden change in at woman’s body as the hormones encourage ligaments to relax to accommodate the growing baby helping prepare the […]

texting muscles posture

Text Neck

“Text Neck” is a relative new phrase that has entered our vocabulary and refers to the overuse or repetitive stress injury to the neck caused by holding your head in a forward and downward position for extended periods of time. Tilting the head forward, typically done by most of us when creating or viewing a […]