• To sit or not to sit!

    It seems the world has come to the realisation that we have evolved over the centuries to stand upright – not to sit! We’re in an age of rapid technological advances and the population has become increasingly sedentary. Many workers have now implemented the use of standing desks or sit-stand desks within the workplace in

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  • Do I Have Sciatica??

    “I have leg pain – does this mean I have sciatica?”   Many patients will come to us and tell us they are suffering from “sciatica” because they’re experiencing pain from their low back or hip and into the legs. Some of these patients are suffering from sciatica but many other patients are not suffering

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  • Jaw Pain/Temporomandibular Syndrome

    Jaw pain or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome is a relatively common condition that relates to pain and dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint. In the USA approximately 25% of people will experience symptoms at some point in their lives (1). TMJ syndrome affects females 4 times more than males and is most commonly seen between the

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  • Body Positioning & Back Pain

    Body position and posture is such an important factor in the development of back pain. Most of us will travel to work sitting on the train, the bus or in the car. We then spend most of the day sitting at a desk behind a computer or in meetings. We sit on the train, the

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