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3 Video Tips to Reduce Golf Injuries

Video Tips for Pain-Free Golf

Watch our video tips with exercises and stretches that golfers can perform to help reduce the risk of getting injured. Don’t let pain affect your game!

Top Tips for Pain-Free Golf

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Do you play golf – or know someone who does? Did you know that golf is a more dangerous sport than rugby?! This year’s BackCare Awareness Week focusses on golf. Here are our thoughts and tips…

What is Osteoporosis?

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Read about Osteoporosis. What is this condition? Who is at risk of developing it? Can Osteopathy help? Find out in our article from Freya Gilmore, one of our Registered Osteopaths.

Discs Don’t Slip!

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Have you – or someone you know – had a ‘slipped disc’? Find out what a ‘slipped disc’ means… it’s impossible for your discs to slip!

Are You Drinking Enough Water?

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Do you know how much water you should be drinking each day? Are you drinking enough water? How can you tell? Practical advice from the team at Shefford Osteopathic Clinic.

The Link Between Nature And Wellbeing

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There is a growing body of evidence that indicates connecting with natural environments is linked to better health and wellbeing. How much time do you spend outside enjoying nature? Will it make a difference to your wellbeing?

Why Injuries Need Peace & Love

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New injuries are an unfortunate part of life particularly for those of us involved in sports. There is so much information around and it often changes. Here’s an update from Andrew MacMillan, one or our Registered Osteopaths.

What is Fibromyalgia?

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Fibromyalgia is a poorly understood condition by both the public and medical professionals. It is a diagnosis often given as a last resort, when tests have been inconclusive- but it does have its own set of symptoms that define it.