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Massage for Sciatica 

What is Sciatica ? 

It is the symptoms of leg pain and possibly tingling, numbness, or weakness that originate in the lower back and travel through the buttock and down the large sciatic nerve in the back of each leg.

Sciatica is often characterised by one or more of the […]

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Is your ‘sciatica’ actually nerve pain?

Sciatica v Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

Do these symptoms sound familiar? “Hi Doc, I have been getting a dull achy pain that travels into my bottom. Then sometimes down the back of my leg. I think I have sciatica.

What you might be describing is not sciatica at all but a referral […]

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Some of the most common conditions that I see in the clinic are neck problems or shoulder and arm issues. These can be separate injuries causing a variety of upper limb signs and symptoms, or they are commonly related.

This month I am focusing on Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. What is […]

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Do you have Nerve Pain?

Nerve pain is a product of entrapment or irritation of the nerve, somewhere along its pathway. Entrapment may occur between the bones of the body (from poor postural alignment) or from tightness in the fascial tissue. Irritation may occur from nutrient deficiencies or toxicities, diet or organ problems.

What are […]

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Back pain – it can happen to anyone.

Back pain can happen to anyone. Studies show that 80-90% of people will suffer back pain in their life and that at any given time approximately 30% of the population are suffering from pain. It can be debilitating, but too often we ignore the pain or mask it with […]

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