Knee Pain Treatment
Knee pain can be caused by a variety of structures around the joint. Your diagnosis depends on the mechanism in which you injured your knee and also certain assessments that can help us understand the structure that is causing the pain.
'It hurts with the first few steps I take in the morning!' This is a common symptom of plantar fasciitis. It presents with pain under the sole of your feet. It can be an irritating condition that prevents you from doing the day to day tasks you love to do.
Tennis Elbow Treatment
What is Tennis Elbow?
The name suggests that this condition happens only when playing tennis. But this can happen from repetitive overuse of the forearm muscles which causes pain on the outside of the elbow.
Slipped Disc Treatment
A disc prolapse can be extremely debilitating. It is commonly described as a 'slipped disc', although the actual disc does not slip. Your spinal discs are useful for shock absorption as we walk, run and do our daily tasks. However, if they are over burdened and overworked then it can lead to this condition.
Golfers Elbow Treatment
"Suffering from inner elbow pain? The chances are you suffer from Golfers elbow. Our experts can offer effective treatment for golfers elbow in Harrow, London and Hall Green, Birmingham."
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Treatment
What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome?
We have a plexus of nerves that exit from our neck and provide the sensation and movement that we need to our upper limbs and hands. For various reasons these nerves can sometimes be trapped or compressed which causes radiating symptoms down our arm to our hands.
We have many bursa's in the human body. They lie between muscle and muscle or between muscle and bone. Their main purpose is to prevent over frictions of the muscle tendons and allow smooth movements.
If you suffer from Arthritis, let one of our experts at 12th Health in Harrow, London or Hall Green, Birmingham help alleviate pain through modern osteopathic manipulative therapy.
Frozen Shoulder Treatment
'Frozen shoulder is a condition that leads to pain and stiffness of the shoulder. It's also known as adhesive capsulitis or shoulder contracture. The symptoms tend to gradually get worse over a number of months or years. You'll typically experience shoulder pain for the first two to nine months, which can be severe, followed by increasing stiffness. ' - nhs.uk
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Treatment
The sacroiliac joint is made up of your pelvic bones and your sacrum. The pelvic bones act like 'cog wheels' that listen to the movements of your spine and lower limbs. Occasionally due to poor posture, repetitive motions or previous injury, the sacroiliac joint can become restricted which in turn effects the spine and lower limb mechanics.