Recently I had a client, a lady, who was experiencing lower back pain. She had been receiving regular treatments from another therapist. When she left the treatment with that therapist, her lower back pain had reduced but within 48 hours the pain had returned. This had been going on for several visits with no reduction in her lower back pain.
Headaches are very common these days. Headaches have many causes but most can be traced back to a muscle problem in the neck and or shoulder region. Office workers suffer from headaches because they spend their day sitting in front of a computer, often with poor posture or poorly set up desk arrangements.
If you're reading this, chances are you are have shoulder pain and have probably already seen a doctor or therapist who hasn't helped you much. You've probably even had injections or even surgery with little or no improvement! You may be suffering from what is known as "Frozen Shoulder".
Sciatica is a condition characterised by pain deep in the buttock often radiating down the back of the leg along the sciatic nerve.
The symptoms of sciatica include:
Hot pain in the buttock
Aching in the buttock, back of the thigh (hamstring) and calf
Pain in the ankle and foot
Pins and needles
Increased pain when lifting, straining or coughing
Loss of power to the muscles of the leg and foot.
No one likes to talk about it, but lots of women deal with light bladder leakage. Can it be treated or do we have to put up with the inconvenience of panty liners and mishaps at inappropriate times. The bladder not functioning correctly appears to be the simple answer to the problem. Can we stimulate the bladder and return it to the state it was in before the problem occurred. The answer is, YES it can happen with the right treatment. In most cases I have treated it, it will generally only take one or two treatments to see a positive improvement.