Clapham Osteopathy and Functional Movement

NICE Guidelines 2016

Nice to see that the new NICE guidelines still recommend manual therapy for ‪#‎lowbackpain‬ alongside exercise and encouraging the patient to keep moving. At Backs Etc we always emphasise exercise and rehabilitation. The aim of the hands-on therapy is to allow you to move more freely and so be able to exercise/ improve movement patterns and daily habits to get you out of pain faster. It is impossible to make changes in 1 hour per week treatment, if they are not supported by changes made by the patient is the remaining 6 days and 23 hours.

 

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First anniversary update!

Backs Etc. is celebrating its first birthday!  The business is growing well and I am looking forward to what the next year will bring.  I am passionate about osteopathy and improving patient outcomes.  I am therefore committed to improving my skills and knowledge base via post-graduate training.  From September I will be spending one weekend a month for the following year pursuing the Foundation Course in Classical Osteopathy to broaden and deepen my osteopathic knowledge.

I have also attended level 1 and 2 NeuroKinetic Therapy training courses in the past six months. This is a very powerful tool when added into osteopathy, helping me to get to the root cause of many musculo-skeletal problems rather than just treating pain. I have recently added a page to my website describing NKT in more detail, which you may find interesting.  I would also be grateful if you would share it with your friends and family who are considering making an appointment:

Furthermore, if you want to hear more from me on a regular basis, remember to like the Backs Etc Facebook page, as I use it to share interesting and relevant health, exercise and diet information. If you want to continue to get the posts I share please click on the ‘Liked’ button the page and tick ‘get notifications’ in the drop down menu, otherwise Facebook may decide not to put the posts in your feed.  All help in getting the word out is appreciated, so please feel free to forward any posts you think your friends might like.  Here is the link to the Facebook page: