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Information on Osteoporosis

Information on Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is low bone density. Loss of bone tissue, and the disruption of the complex architecture within the bone making the bone fragile and increases its risk to fracture. There are varying forms of loss of bone density, but osteoporosis is defined when the loss […]

Gluten sensitivity

Gluten sensitivity

Gluten is protein complexes (not the good kind of protein) that are found in wheat, barley, rye, spelt, kamut, and oats. There are people with coeliac disease, which is a common digestive condition where a person has an adverse reaction to gluten. People with coeliac […]

Overtraining – osteopathic advice and management

Overtraining – osteopathic advice and management

“Overtraining” is when your training regime surpasses your body’s ability to recover and recuperate. If recovery is not optimum or sufficient, injuries can occur. Training again without fully recovering can lead to injuries, poor sports performance, and reduced psychological well-being. Not only training intensely but, […]

The BIG question – What is osteopathy in its simplest terms?

The BIG question – What is osteopathy in its simplest terms?

Osteopathy is where osteopathic practitioners are treating patients with their hands, aiming to improve mechanical function of the body – following the concepts of structure governs function. When the structure is normalised, anatomically in a way it was meant to be for a particular individual, […]