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Pain definitions and more
What about a scan of my shoulder? Do I need an X-ray? This is one of the most common questions asked in the clinic. Most of the times the answer is no, if you want to learn why, read the blog below. People suffering pain want to know what is causing it and if they […]
Is it Sciatica? Leg and buttock pain are one of the most common complaints from patients that we see in the clinic. Most people believe that their buttocks, hip and leg pain are “sciatica”. But not all leg pain is sciatica. There are many structures in your body that can cause pain down your leg, […]
knee pain and single leg strength tests
How can Osteopathy help you? As discussed in Part 1 , pain is the result of complex brain processes, which are influenced by overlapping physical (nociceptive and neuropathic), psychological, and environmental factors. Your osteopath can help you identify and address these factors: In a nutshell, only you can know what your pain experience is like. […]
In part 1, we covered the definition and classification of pain. In this blog – part 2 – we will discuss what chronic pain is and how acute pain becomes chronic. Chronic or persistent pain is any pain that last longer than would be expected after an injury or illness. Pain is initially produced when […]
Do you know what pain is? Why things hurt sometimes? Pain is a lot more complex than most people think. In this 3 Part blog we will explain what pain is and how osteopathy can help you. The International Association for the Study of Pain describes pain as “an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated […]