spine

Oct
17

Challenges of Spine Interventions Training

A study, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has reported that back pain is often the leading cause of disability around the world and due to our ageing population this trend is only likely to continue. Comprehensive and robust training for interventional pain management is important if medical professionals are going to keep up with patient […]

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Help Promote Good Posture In Children

Poor posture is a global problem that’s only getting worse. As the world continues to become more sedentary and society more “electronic”, health issues relating to bad posture are inevitable unless conscious action is taken.  The good news is that almost everyone can avoid the problems of poor posture. Ensuring children form good habits regarding […]

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Chronic Back Pain Study Reveals Alexander Technique Success

A recent study by the BMJ has focused on the effectiveness of the Alexander Technique and it’s ability to significantly help people suffering from back pain. 

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Robocop Never Looked This Good

  When Claire Lomas severed her spinal cord 5 years ago, she was told she would never walk again.  Claire was a successful and talented Event horse rider who competed at 4* level.  But whilst competing at Osberton Horse Trials, in England in 2007, she collided with a tree. …Her injuries were to change her […]

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