With the winter now upon us, I expect many of you are not feeling very motivated when it comes to keeping active. Yes, it’s all too easy to snuggle down on that sofa with a hot drink and go into human hibernation!
When we first meet someone, we often subconsciously make an estimate of their age by the degree of ease with which they move – and with longer life expectancies, it is key that we get the best out of our bodies to ensure that life is one of quality.
This year, back pain awareness week’s theme is ‘back pain among older adults’. BackCare, the organisation behind the initiative, is setting out to increase the awareness of the cause and effect of back pain in the older adult.
As with all treatment, Osteopathy can only take the patient so far before the body has to take over and be strong and flexible enough to maintain a healthy state. Katie always focuses on looking for tools to enable patients to achieve their goals and live full lives beyond the treatment room.
Anthony Brindle is our resident specialist sports injury Osteopath. An avid runner and squash player himself, Anthony enjoys treating a wide range of sports related injuries. He believes prevention reduces the risk of injury later on and is passionate about helping you achieve your fitness goals; getting you back on track should injury occur.