6 Reasons to choose us!

Overwhelmed by the multitude of treatment types out there? Let us help you out! With so many options out there it can be difficult to know which provider to use.  Here are a few reasons why we think you should choose Kings Hill Back Pain Clinic based on our client...

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What is Sports Massage?

Content supplied by Kiran Chudasama   When should I get a sports massage? Generally, people visit the clinic when pain and niggles occur such as back ache, tightness in legs and neck/shoulder pain while others come for regular manipulation and maintenance during...

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It’s a pain in the backside!

Low back ache. Pain or dull ache in the buttock. Stinging, aching, tingling or throbbing down the back of the leg and possibly into the foot….  You can feel the symptoms all right but what is the problem? Sciatica and Piriformis Syndrome may present with all or any of...

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Stretches for the piriformis

These are stretches I commonly suggest to my clients who present with Piriformis Syndrome. I have used these very successfully myself and continue to do so when I get a recurrence of this condition. With all these stretches ensure you go into them slowly, hold the...

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The humble tennis ball

I've long been a fan of the humble tennis ball as a self-massage tool – from the soles of your feet to those tight spots between your shoulder blades, most tight areas can be gently eased in this way.       The Foot Roller The simplest one to try is rolling the ball...

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But it was just a little tweak….

Let’s face it, not many of us get through our lives without suffering minor injuries, be that a trip on the kerb whilst texting, a drunken stumble, getting knocked over by the dog or falling off something (chairs, horses, bicycles, skis…). Yep, we’ve all been there –...

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What are the signs someone needs treatment?

It may not always be as obvious as an ache or pain. You might feel that you’re walking a bit unevenly or are undertaking very one-sided activities and have a sense that you’re becoming much more dominant on that side. In these cases there may be a structural imbalance...

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The Preventative Approach – Wellness Care

Wellness Care.  It is a phrase used more and more these days but what does it actually mean? Our interpretation of Wellness Care is keeping yourself well as opposed to only seeking help when something goes wrong.  It applies to many levels of our being with physical,...

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Low Back Pain

In this blog we’ll be looking at low back pain – some of the key areas it manifests and what is going on in these areas. First we’ll look at the sacrum – the large flat bone right at the base of your back – and then move up to the lumbar vertebrae, the five large...

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Understanding Back Pain

‘Back pain’ is a very general term that can be used to describe a diverse range of symptoms.  Back pain falls into the sub-categories of lower back pain, mid back pain, neck and/or shoulder pain, sciatica, chronic, acute….  there can be soft tissue damage, disc...

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Back Pain: A New Dorn

The following article reproduced with kind permission from www.womensfitness.co.uk:   Back pain: A new Dorn Back pain affects one in five of us and is the UK’s most common work-related disability. Could the Dorn method be the answer? Louise Pyne investigates...

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