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New Osteopath – Nick Jordan

Nick Jordan M.Ost Nick graduated with a Masters in Osteopathic Medicine at Surrey University. During his degree he worked as a sports massage therapist for 4 years (which gave him a growing insight & understanding of some of the causes of musculoskeletal pain). He is also qualified in dry needling, and applies this within his treatments. Nick works with a variety of soft … Read More

New BMJ research on Alexander Technique

The new guidelines cover people who have been experiencing what doctors call ‘non-specific back pain’ for longer than six weeks but less than one year; this usually means that the pain may be linked to structures in the back such as the joints, muscles and ligaments. In addition to advising patients with low back pain to stay physically active, GPs … Read More

NICE guidelines for low back pain

The new guidelines cover people who have been experiencing what doctors call ‘non-specific back pain’ for longer than six weeks but less than one year; this usually means that the pain may be linked to structures in the back such as the joints, muscles and ligaments. In addition to advising patients with low back pain to stay physically active, GPs … Read More