High Hamstring Tendinopathy
It’s also known as proximal hamstring tendinopathy or high hamstring tendinitis and refers to inflammation of the common origin (ischial tuberosity) of the hamstring muscles. The origin is where the muscle attaches to the bone.
Having a quick internet search there seem to be 3 main causes or reasons associated with …
Research into the diagnosis of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
A diagnosis of ME/CFS is usually made by exclusion. If you have been diagnosed with ME or CFS you know what this means. If you haven’t or you’re waiting for a ME diagnosis it can be extremely frustrating. This piece of research is important because …Continue Reading →
We’ve probably all had buttock pain at some time, from a numb bum because you’ve been sitting too long, to the sharp shooting pain of sciatica. Buttock related pain or hip pain as some people describe it because they feel it around the big hip or pelvic bone can range from mild to severe. In …Continue Reading →
Back Pain and Sciatica
Back pain and sciatica is common, but that doesn’t mean it’s normal for it to occur.
At my Glasgow osteopathy clinic I spend much of my time assessing and treating back pain due to it’s high incidence. There are many structures in the low back which may give pain to other …Continue Reading →
45% of the UK population don’t think they can run 100 metres according to a survey from Slimmers world . With our assessment and treatment options pre-conditioning for exercise assessment or pre-hab assessment, we may be able to help you get there.
The 45% of the population breaks down to 65% of women and …Continue Reading →
How the Perrin Technique helps in the treatment on ME/CFS
The Perrin Technique is a clinically trialled osteopathic approach to the treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) / M.E. (Myalgic Encephalopathy).Continue Reading →
Inquest implicates CFS in death
A couple of weeks ago I was upset to read of the death of Lois Owen at the age of 34 from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), but I was able to take something away something that possibly could be seen as a slight ray of sunshine.
A report of the …Continue Reading →
The Perrin Technique for ME/CFS
I’ve Ignored this part of the site too long time. Planning on a lot more content. I have some ideas for content, but I’d also like to know what would you like to read about. You can contact me with your suggestions by clicking here. Just use bullet …Continue Reading →
Glasgow Osteopath is really happy to announce that we are now sponsoring* one of Scotland’s top Ultra-runners – Paul Giblin (twitter @pyllon)
Paul trusted me to treat him over his first season of Ultra events including the 96 mile West Highland Way Race and his results speak for themself. Paul completed 7 …Continue Reading →