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Four ways to manage an acute stiff neck

A stiff neck or (Acute wry neck), also known as acute torticollis. It is a painful condition that affects the neck muscles and causes the head to tilt to one side. It can be caused by a variety of factors, such as sleeping in an awkward position, an injury, or a...

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How to Manage Tennis Elbow

  What Is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow is painful weakening of the tendons that join your forearm muscles to your bones. It happens when you work your elbow too much by repeating certain motions. You might hear your doctor call it lateral epicondylitis. Despite the...

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Why is popping my own neck bad?

WHEN YOUR NECK IS STIFF, THERE IS ONLY ONE THING YOU WANT: RELIEF. Neck stiffness isn’t unusual, and it can occur from merely spending too long bent over your desk, sleeping awkwardly or lifting something that is too heavy. Many crave the feeling of relief that comes...

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Frozen Shoulder Exercises and How to Treat it.

Frozen shoulder is a common and complex musculoskeletal condition. It has a few other names including: adhesive capsulitis, scapulo-humeral periarthritis, periarthritis, pericapsulitis, stiff shoulder and obliterative bursitis. Don't worry, they are all...

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Subacromial impingement injury

written by Dr. Belle Picco What is the condition? Osteopath Docklands can help Subacromial impingement. Which refers to inflammation and irritation to the rotator cuff as they pass through the subacromial space. The subacromial space houses the rotator cuff (comprised...

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What is Tennis Elbow? – Osteopathy Docklands

ingWhat is Tennis Elbow? Lateral Epicondylitis (more commonly known as Tennis Elbow) is a chronic condition where the tendon of the extensor muscles in the forearm becomes inflamed due to overuse.  Pain is felt on the outside part of the elbow, where the tendon...

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Using a spikey ball on a regular basis is a great way to maintain flexibility, ease muscle tension and optimise performance. Spikey balls are particularly effective at releasing tightness due to myofascial trigger points.  These are the tight bands and...

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Rounded shoulders, are a part of overall bad posture, and they can get worse if left untreated. 95% of the population spend their time with hunched shoulders over a computer or their phones for the better part of the day. There are a few simple exercises that can help...

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Many people think of stretching and immediately associate it with pre or post-workout, but what about adding in some muscle pain relief stretches during your work day? We are spending a considerable amount of time (approximately 8 hours) seated at our desk during the...

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Isometrics: How can it help neck pain?

What is Isometrics? Isometric exercises are contractions of a particular muscle or group of muscles. During isometric exercises, the muscle doesn't noticeably change length and the affected joint doesn't move. Isometric exercises help maintain strength....

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