Client Cases


| Tx - Colleagues

It’s kind of odd sometimes having Saturday as the busiest day of my working week. As others are winding down, I’m often in full flow. This weekend was a particularly enjoyable one at work and really got the old brain cell working. I was being shadowed by a colleague who wanted to explore / know…

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| Latest News, TX - Cranial / Head, TX - Neck & Eyes

Vertigo is a truly horrible and disabling condition. Symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, headaches, sweating, tinnitus in addition to feeling like they’re spinning, tilting, swaying etc. When vertigo doesn’t respond to the Epley manoeuvre, or similar, looking at a clients history is a good place to start. Any history or tightness / discomfort at the…

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Bunion self help

| TX - Hips, Legs and Feet

Bunion self help …. We’ve talked about bunions before. There is still a wide spread (half) misbelief that these pesky foot issues are inherited and there’s nothing that can be done about them. *[I say half, because children often mimic their parents, and so muscular adaptations can be passed down in this way – so…

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| TX - Pelvic Floor, TX - Spinal, Torso, Breathing

Pregnancy challenges the body in ways that can make simple mechanics such as breathing and good posture difficult. Resolving these difficulties as they arise, and developing coping strategies to use throughout your pregnancy can minimise the incidence and impact of things like diastisis recti and pelvic floor issues post partum. Experience the difference – A…

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Stop sucking it in

| TX - Spinal, Torso, Breathing

People often walk around sucking their belly’s in. This can cause all sorts of issues as your abdomen, an integral part of you core stabilisation and breathing system is being compromised by this (semi)conscious action. Most people won’t notice the gradual decline in their digestive and diaphragmatic function – both respiratory and pelvic – until…

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Twisted sister

| TX - Neck & Eyes

After attending a conference in London a client presented with restricted neck mobility, looking to the side and down was very restricted and looking up wasn’t great either, lugging a brick of a laptop with its failing battery probably didn’t help much either. After rushing across London and arriving late they didn’t want to make…

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C sections

| TX - Scars

We’ve discussed Caesarian sections before, and how they don’t always need to look gnarly or angry to be causing dysfunction / aches pains elsewhere in your body. WARNING: Don’t read whilst eating your breakfast 👍🏻 Last week I had a lady with a next to invisible scar return to clinic and report, she had what…

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