Tag Archives: Spiral Stabilisation

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Hip Pain

Hip Injuries Hip pain is one of the most common types of problem we see and spreads across all age groups.  The hip joint and its relationship with the lumbar spine, Sacroilliac Joint (SIJ) and pelvis make it a complex area to assess and diagnose correctly. Osteoarthritis (OA) If you fit in the older age […]

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Spiral Stabilisation

We have muscle chains (linked groups of muscle) that work as units to stabilise our bodies during movement.  These chains spiral around us to hold us up against gravity, increasing our intraabdominal pressure and creating a decompressive force on our spines. The system works to balance the whole body.  When this system is compromised it leads to […]

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St George’s Day

We’re feeling very patriotic today & celebrating England’s patron saint, St George…..but who was he…………well according to legend, he was a soldier in the Roman army who killed a dragon and saved a princess!  We imagine he had some aches, pains, niggles & injuries he could have done with seeing a physio about!  So, if […]

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Spiral Stabilisation

Spiral Training We began using this programme alongside our conventional treatment methods 12 months ago and we have been amazed by the positive response from patients and the benefits leading to prolonged recovery. Initially we have used the programme as a treatment tool for spinal pain and have now progressed to using these methods for […]

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It may have come to your attention over the weekend, that a Royal Princess has  scoliosis. This condition can be very debilitating, and its cause is still not understood. Dr Richard Smíšek from Prague has been working for 20 years on a unique programme of manual therapy, stretching and a form of Proprio Neuromuscular Facilitation […]


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