The other day I was doing a livestream on my Facebook page about how to help your upper back and neck with a mobility exercise you can do at your desk. I had a question come through after the video – asking me to talk a bit more about myself. So – I went back online...
Usually the autumn is when rucksack fitting is an issue – children carrying things back and forth to school. But this applies to all rucksacks and school backpacks. And all children (and adults for that matter!) The first consideration is to make sure the rucksack...
Shoulder impingement – or subacrominal impingement as it is sometimes called – can be debilitating. I’ve treated people with subacromial impingement – and – I have had it myself. There are many potential causes of this particular shoulder...
Falls and hip fractures have a huge impact on both the person who fell, their families and the public health system. 20% of the elderly who experience a hip fracture die within one year, 30% become permanently disabled and 80% become less able to carry out their...
Frozen shoulder: the searing pain, the sleepless nights, the inability to do basic things like get dressed or make a cup of tea or hold your child’s hand. It is one of the most painful and life challenging conditions I see in my clinic. Here are 5 quick Dos and...
First I think I should explain what I mean by ‘No’ When I say ‘no’ I mean ‘No I will not’, rather than ‘no I don’t think you should’. Reason 1 I would say NO to a patient who came to me wanting treatment, but they...
Hi! I'm an osteopath and health coach working in Ascot (Bracknell) and Kensington West London. I have special interests in both sporting injuries and rehabilitation as well as helping people manage the physical and psychological factors associated with persisting pain.
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Kensington West London Clinic
Kensington Physio and Sports Medicine 7 Russell Gardens,