Ever wondered what your therapist is up to when they push their elbow into your hip muscles? The answer is often that they are trying to release tension from Piriformis, a pyramid shaped muscle Continue reading →
The thorax is the area of the body that starts at the base of the neck and finishes at the diaphragm and lowest ribs. Amongst other things it incorporates and protects the lungs, heart and oesophagus (tube to the stomach). Continue reading →
One of the more common presentations to osteopaths are shoulder pain issues. One report indicates 15% of men and 25% of women reported shoulder pain from a study of 29,000 people, most significantly in the 50-55 years Continue reading →
What’s the difference between Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists?
It’s a question we are asked all the time. If you have visited one of these professionals I am sure you will have formed your own opinion. At the Peace Continue reading →