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Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy
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Shockwave therapy is coming to Cheadle Osteopathy (Autumn 2019)   Shockwave therapy might just be the answer to restoring your movement, reliving your pain and speeding up your recovery. Have you ever had a stubborn injury or an ache or pain that just won’t go away? Shockwave therapy / Extracorpeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is […]

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5 easy steps for getting started with a foam rollers (and what not to do!)

5 easy steps for getting started with a foam rollers (and what not to do!)
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Our 5 easy steps to getting started with foam rollers, will have you feeling confident and armed with lots of tips and tricks.  Start releasing that tension today.  Foam rollers can be great for helping you to release tension, rehab after an injury, improve flexibility and ultimately improve sporting performance. You’ll often find them in […]

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Cheadle Osteopathy | Pop Up Advice Clinic at MediaCity

Cheadle Osteopathy | Pop Up Advice Clinic at MediaCity
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Cheadle Osteopathy Pop Up Advice Clinic to MediaCity A big thanks to Katherine Baird from ITV’s Feel Good Campaign for inviting Cheadle Osteopathy Pop Up Advice Clinic to MediaCity today. We had a fantastic response to our ‘10 minute Spinal Checks’ and we were pleased we were able answer your questions. Really good to see […]

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Frozen Shoulder Explained

Frozen Shoulder Explained
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A frozen shoulder is also known as adhesive capsulitis. Patients with frozen shoulder usually complain of pain, especially at night or after sudden or jarring movements, and severe limitation of movement. It only affects one shoulder at a time but can affect either shoulder however it is very rare to have a frozen shoulder on […]

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Why does it keep hurting? Could you have a repetitive strain injury (RSI)?

Why does it keep hurting? Could you have a repetitive strain injury (RSI)?
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None of us are invincible. We all have vulnerabilities and from time to time we can all get aches and pains from overusing our body, adopting unfavourable awkward positions, or performing repetitive and high-intensity tasks for prolonged periods without rest, or allowing for adequate recovery. When this causes pain originating from our muscles, nerves, and […]

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Introducing our locum Osteopath – Denise Blount

Introducing our locum Osteopath – Denise Blount
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Introducing our locum Osteopath – Denise Blount. We are thrilled to introduce our locum Osteopath Denise Blount. She has joined us while Gemma is off having her second baby. A very experienced Osteopath who is just as comfortable treating an adult or a small baby. Her passion and particular specialism lies in treating babies, children and pre and […]

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So what is text neck?

So what is text neck?
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So what is text neck? You may or may be familiar with the term text neck but if like me,  you are slightly tablet and/or smart phone obsessed, you will ,albeit reluctantly, admit that that neck pain, headache or shoulder tension you’ve been struggling with may be due in part to poor posture or overuse. […]

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Jump Space Charity

Jump Space Charity
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  Cheadle Osteopathy is now supporting Jump Space Charity We are thrilled to announce that Cheadle Osteopathy will be supporting local charity, “Jump Space”, through the sale of wheat bags.  In the coming months we will be selling wheat packs (which can be used hot or cold).  It is hoped that  as well as helping our […]

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Arthritis symptoms and the weather

Arthritis symptoms and the weather
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Arthritis symptoms and the weather Remember when we all used to laugh when Granny predicted “my arthritis is playing up, there’ll be rain on the way….” Well scientists at the University of Manchester think she might have had a point after all.   Arthritis is a general term used to describe joint inflammation, of which […]

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Could my ribs be responsible for my back ache?

Could my ribs be responsible for my back ache?
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What is rib dysfunction? The rib cage is designed to be mobile as so that it can expand as we breathe in and relax as we breathe out. The ribs move in a specific pattern, which is essential to get air into our lungs. A rib dysfunction occurs when a rib does not coordinate its […]

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