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Shoulder Bursitis -By Dr. (osteo) Sam Morgan

Shoulder Injuries… Who needs them! At Freshwater Osteopathy Clinic we see various different shoulder injuries, some pinch, some nag, some ache like Cass’ heart does for the Honey badger, some are avoidable (maybe you shouldn’t have done cart wheels for the first time since primary school P.E,) and some unavoidable, such as finding yourself in […]
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  • Aug
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Pregnancy Pain and Osteopathy

PREGNANCY PAIN By Dr Kieran Carlton (osteo) Pregnancy pelvic pain can present as back, hip, groin and/or thigh pain and is common in pregnant patients. It’s no surprise considering that the female form will undergo many changes through the three trimesters. The musculoskeletal system is challenged by changes in weight, size, shape, foetal development, ligament […]
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  • Aug
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Antibiotics, and how to use them responsibly

By Dr (osteo) Samuel Morgan   In 1928, a scientist named Alexander Fleming made a monumental and accidental discovery, he discovered a type of mould, known as Penicillin. Upon returning from a holiday he observed that an old petri dish containing Staphylococci had been left on an open window of his laboratory in London. He […]
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CHRONIC PAIN By Dr Kieran Carlton (osteo)

Everybody suffers pain at some stage in their life. Usually it is minor and disappears within a few hours, days or even weeks. Unfortunately, it isn’t always so simple and occasionally may last months, years or even the rest of our lives. This persistent pain can really eat away at us, get us down and […]
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  • Feb
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Lower Back Pain

Lower Back Pain – The Straw that Broke the Camel’s Back   Most people will suffer with lower back pain at some stage of their lives; sometimes it is an acute episode which we can relate to a particular injury or strain, and sometimes the onset is gradual or insidious. I like to think of […]