March 2021

8 Key attitudes to help aid Long-Covid recovery.


Long Covid Hypnotherapy Recovery Techniques By Kate Mitchell Dip. CBH - Recovering from a long term illness is not easy and can feel overwhelming. This is made even harder because Covid 19 is such a new disease. There are many different projects underway to help patients suffering from Long Covid and many more are in [...]

8 Key attitudes to help aid Long-Covid recovery.2021-03-30T21:16:16+01:00

January 2021

The Rugby Shoulder


  The Rugby Shoulder By Lennard Funk - Reproduced with permission, original article -   Rugby has the highest risk per player/hour of injury of all sports.  The shoulder comprises 20% of all rugby injuries being the second most commonly injured joint after the knee.  35% of all injuries of the shoulder are recurrent [...]

The Rugby Shoulder2021-01-27T14:31:52+00:00

Pain Explained


In this article, we’re going to look at two different scenarios between acute (short term) back pain and persistent (long term) back pain, and how the nervous system can influence the outcome.   Acute Pain What does it mean? Acute pain is short-term pain that last no longer than three months and tends to be [...]

Pain Explained2021-01-27T12:17:46+00:00

Head Injuries in Rugby


Can we be doing more to reduce head injuries in Rugby?   It has recently been highlighted in the media that Steve Thompson, who won the Rugby World Cup with England in 2003, has been diagnosed with early onset dementia. Thompson, 42, said he cannot remember winning the World Cup, would not want his own [...]

Head Injuries in Rugby2021-01-12T20:21:36+00:00

Concussion in Rugby


Concussion in Rugby   Concussion is still the most common injury within Rugby, with around 70% of concussions occurring during the tackle. Following on from our first article about behind repetitive concussion being linked to  early onset dementia, we are now going to look at concussion itself, it’s symptoms, and how to manage concussion on [...]

Concussion in Rugby2021-01-12T20:13:12+00:00

September 2019

Wrist pain after pregnancy?


Wrist pain after pregnancy? It sounds bizarre, but wrist pain was one of the main complaints that I suffered with after having a baby. In fact it was so bad, that I struggled picking up and holding my daughter every day. I never really thought that wrist pain may actually be a common [...]

Wrist pain after pregnancy?2020-11-26T10:34:09+00:00

Post natal back pain?


Post natal back pain? Why back pain is so common for new mums? There are a number of factors that can contribute to back pain after having had a baby. So it’s important to understand why, by understanding how the body changes during pregnancy, and how these changes can continue to affect your [...]

Post natal back pain?2020-11-26T10:35:20+00:00

Let’s talk about your pelvic floor!


Let’s talk about your pelvic floor! What is your pelvic floor? The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that span from the tail bone, (the triangular bone at the base of the spine) to the pubic bone (the front bone of the pelvis), and across between left and right sit bones. [...]

Let’s talk about your pelvic floor!2020-01-24T09:03:37+00:00



Title Urinary incontinence is the unintentional passing of urine. It is a common problem and is thought to affect millions of people worldwide. The symptoms of urinary incontinence depend on the type you have. Stress incontinence – when urine leaks out at times when your bladder is under pressure, for example when you [...]




PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE (POP) Pelvic organ prolapse is the dropping or bulging of one or more of the pelvic organs into the vagina or rectum. These organs are the uterus, bowel and bladder. Symptoms may include a sensation of a bulge or something coming down or out of the vagina, discomfort during sex [...]

PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE (POP)2020-11-26T10:45:12+00:00
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