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Exercises for frozen shoulder

November 5, 2016
Do you get pains in the top / back of the shoulder socket? Here are some exercises that might help...

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Edith's story - Parkinson's Disease

August 15, 2015
A 70 year old person with Parkinson's Disease came in for treatment this week - here's a bit about it.

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Massage and diabetes

January 31, 2015
Is massage safe if you're a diabetic? To find out, read on...

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Massage and IBS

November 22, 2014
IBS is a long term condition that affects the digestive system causing pain, discomfort and changes in bowel habits. Find out what triggers irritable bowel syndrome and how to manage it.

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Carpal tunnel syndrome

June 21, 2014
In March 2010, the the Daily Mail reported that a schoolgirl who sent over 100 SMS texts each day developed carpal tunnel syndrome. The condition causes numbness, tingling, or a loss of feeling in in the thumb and first 3 fingeres of the hand. Read how remedial massage can help recovery and rehabilitation from carpal tunnel syndrome of this surprisingly common condition.

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Massage and cancer

April 26, 2014
Dealing with cancer can be stressful as well as leaving you nauseous and exhausted. Massage from a qualified therapist can't help your illness, but it can help you to deal with the stress and leave you feeling better about yourself.

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Massage and asthma

March 1, 2014
If you suffer from asthma, remedial massage can help loosen your chest muscles to help your breathe more freely; it can help you with your posture to “open up” your chest for breathing; and it can help lower your stress levels and possibly reduce the triggers to an asthma attack

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Massage & fibromyalgia

January 11, 2014
Fibromyalgia means pain, stiffness and fatigue. Whilst there’s no cure yet, massage has been shown to help improve the quality of life of Fibromyalgia sufferers.

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Treatment of frozen shoulder

November 30, 2013
In clinical trials at Addenbrookes Hospital, 85% of sufferers of Frozen Shoulder showed a significant decrease in pain and increase in movement using the Niel-Asher Technique®. Dave Wheeler is a registered practitioner of the Niel-Asher Technique®.

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