All about ankle sprains and how to fix them

James Raiher, Osteopath and Clinic Director

An ankle sprain occurs when the ankle ligaments or the joint capsule are stretched beyond their normal limits and they tear. Sprains range from very mild to severe, depending on the extent to which this stretching occurs, which varies a great deal. The ankle is a paradoxical joint, […]

How to treat Raynaud’s Syndrome

James Raiher, Osteopath and Clinic Director

This blog post concerns a widely known but less well understood condition which affects the hands and feet – Raynaud’s syndrome. Named after Auguste Raynaud, who described it in 1862, the syndrome is painful and for climbers and those who work at height, it is potentially […]

Isometric strain injuries in climbers

James Raiher, Osteopath and Clinic Director

If you’re a climber or boulderer and you constantly find yourself asking questions such as “why do I keep injuring myself?” then this blog post is for you. This post is also perfect for you if you do any sport which involves intense activity in short […]

2023-03-27T15:47:26+00:00February 10th, 2022|Categories: Osteopathy, Sports psychology|Tags: , , , , , , |

6 alternatives for staying fit at home: off-the-wall and downright fun

James Raiher, Osteopath and Clinic Director We all want to stay active in this time of confinement, and Joe Wicks or Jessica Smith are great places to start. Everything we do at home can be turned into exercise, from vacuuming to gardening and even cleaning the […]

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