Diagnosing ME/CFS – further research 28/01/2013Information, What Osteopath Glasgow Does 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…

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High Hamstring Tendinopathy It’s also known as proximal hamstring tendinopathy or high hamstring tendinitis and refers to inflammation or irritation of the common origin (ischial tuberosity) of the hamstring muscles. The origin is where the muscles tendon attaches to the bone in your buttock. Having a quick internet search there…

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10 Causes Of Buttock Pain Want to know the causes of buttock pain?  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…

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Back Pain Self help Relief from back painSome quick back pain selfhelp tips from me to help prevent and manage lower back pain. In preventing sports injuries, I wrote about the reasons for injuries. Over Christmas, these reasons are just as valid. Hopefully, if you follow this advice, you should…

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Back Pain and Sciatica Back pain and Sciatica is what I treat more of than anything else at my Glasgow  clinic.  I spend much of my time assessing back pain and treating it, due to its high incidence. Although back pain and sciatica are common, it doesn’t mean it’s normal…

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