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Headaches – Common Causes

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Headaches are often associated with musculoskeletal abnormalities or disorders in the neck and shoulders.  Neck pain occurs in about 40% of migraine sufferers and 22% report neck pain with headache.

Is Your Wallet a Pain in the Bum?

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Do you have Lower Back Pain or Sciatica? You’re not alone!  Lower back pain and sciatica are common, with 1 in 6 adults affected. As osteopaths, we regularly treat people suffering with these problems at our clinic. Luckily, both sciatica and lower back pain usually resolve quite quickly. Do you have Lower Back Pain or …

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7 Health Tips To Avoid DIY Injury

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With 2 bank holidays in May, many of you will be looking at doing some DIY. Whether it is in the home or garden, injuries do happen, so here are our tops tips for keeping you healthy

Avoid Unnecessary Pain!

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Why an Osteopathic Check-Up is so important… By the time most people seek treatment, they are: In severe pain Having difficulty moving Struggling to cope with work or family responsibilities Does this sound familiar?

7 Pre-Marathon Tips for Runners

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Have you been pounding the streets for miles, in all weathers? Is your diet is carefully planned and all your spare time spent training? Have you had a pre-event massage to loosen up and boost your performance?

What’s the Best Exercise for Back Pain?

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Back pain – both lower and upper – are amongst the most common conditions that we treat at Shefford Osteopathic Clinic. As well as alleviating your pain and keeping you mobile, we also offer tips and advice to help you to manage and prevent back pain

An in-depth look at Juvenile Arthritis

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Children can get arthritis just like adults. Arthritis is caused by inflammation of the joints. It causes pain, swelling, stiffness and loss of motion. Juvenile arthritis is the term used to describe any form of arthritis or an arthritis-related condition that develops in children or teenagers who are less than 18 years of age.

An in-depth look at Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Rheumatoid arthritis, also known as inflammatory arthritis, is the second most common form of arthritis in the UK and the most common inflammatory joint disorder. It causes joint pain and swelling, stiffness and fatigue.