Assessing a patient’s flexibility assesses a joint or joint’s range of motion (ROM). And then comparing this to how much movement there should be, provides a great insight into musculoskeletal…Continue readingWhat is the Easy Angle?
What is an exercise prescription? Exercise prescription is a tool for improving health, fitness and function. The principle is based on ‘dose-response’; just like any medicine, the dose needs to…Continue readingWhat is Exercise Prescription?
Cupping therapy is considered an alternative therapy and has been practised since the early 19th century in Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. In recent years it’s…Continue readingWhat is Cupping Therapy?
Kinesiology tape has been in use since its inception by Dr Kenzo Kase, a Japanese chiropractor, in the late 1970s. In recent years kinesiology taping has become popularised by professional…Continue readingWhat is Kinesiology Taping?
You might be asking yourself, what is the difference between medical acupuncture and traditional Chinese acupuncture? The answer; traditional Chinese acupuncture is based on the belief that it can restore…Continue readingWhat is Medical Acupuncture?
Fascial Stretch Therapy™ focuses on the body’s most abundant tissue, the fascia. When anatomy books were first written, they contained drawings of the muscular, nervous and skeletal systems. But the…Continue readingWhat is Fascial Stretch Therapy?
Osteopaths use osteopathic techniques (OT), which are classified as manual therapy; these build off a foundation of soft tissue therapy (STT). Joint Mobilisations Joint mobilisations treat a joint and its…Continue readingWhat techniques do osteopaths use?
The Mobile Osteo’s methodology is formed from the summation of 25 years of professional experience in the health & fitness industry. Studying, observing and questioning what I’ve seen and been…Continue readingTMO Methodology
Osteopathic principles Depending on the patient and the osteopath, osteopathic treatments can vary in content. However, the principles of osteopathy are consistently applied by all osteopaths. Osteopathy follows a set…Continue readingWhat is an Osteopathic Treatment?
The consultation process takes between 75-90 minutes. The duration depends on a patient’s medical history and how many presenting complaints the patient has. The structure of a consultation Presenting complaint…Continue readingWhat is an Osteopathic Consultation?
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