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Success Story! Good news to brighten your day!

By chatteris-osteopaths on Monday, January 14th, 2019 in Case Study, Health, Pain and Injury. No Comments

Patient details: 50 year old gentleman A gentleman in his late fifties who had been suffering with chronic low back pain for over a year came to the clinic a couple of months ago to see if there was anything we could do for him. He had had extensive investigations by orthopaedic specialists including X-rays […]


Non-Contact Football!

By chatteris-osteopaths on Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 in Latest Blog News, Sporting Opportunity, Sports. No Comments

Time to de-clatter! A few patients have mentioned in recent weeks that they’d like to get back into playing football but don’t feel confident enough to do so as they are carrying an old injury, aren’t quite at fit as they used to be and/or are worried about stirring things up – particularly due to […]


Motivation…

By chatteris-osteopaths on Monday, December 31st, 2018 in Tips and Advice. No Comments

What is the key to getting and staying motivated this January? 1. Take your goal seriously. If, until now, you’ve thought about it, had it pass your mind every now and then or just mused upon it whilst doing something else then it’s time to decide. Make a decision to go all the way. If you […]


The Power of Pilates

By chatteris-osteopaths on Sunday, December 2nd, 2018 in Health. No Comments

What is pilates? Pilates exercises take place on a mat or using special equipment and aim to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength which improves general wellbeing and fitness. Who is pilates for? Pilates is literally for anyone and everyone and caters to people of all ages and […]


Okay, I’m not a celebrity but… GET ME OUT OF PAIN!!

By chatteris-osteopaths on Friday, November 23rd, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Pain can be debilitating and it can take over your life, however there are often ways to get you out of pain by changing and modifying your activites and lifestyle. This can enable your body to ‘turn down the volume’ on your pain. If we continue to do the same activities (sitting too long at […]


Success story! Warning: this blog contains good news

By chatteris-osteopaths on Saturday, November 17th, 2018 in Case Study, Health, Pain and Injury. No Comments

  Patient details: 60 year old lady with shoulder pain 4 weeks ago we started treating a lovely 60 year-old lady for pain and stiffness in her shoulder that she had been suffering with for over a year.  The symptoms started soon after she had a pacemaker fitted and were possibly related to the operation. When […]


Refer a Friend!

By chatteris-osteopaths on Thursday, November 1st, 2018 in Latest Blog News, Special Offer. No Comments

Fancy getting some money off your next treatment? We are currently running an exciting promotion that benefits you AND your friends! Perfect! For the months of November and December when you refer a friend to us, we will be offering them a 20% saving on their first treatment! When they come in for their appointment […]


Time to Concentrate!

By chatteris-osteopaths on Monday, October 29th, 2018 in Health, Tips and Advice. No Comments

We all know that certain things affect your concentration levels. How engaging your task is, how much sleep you’ve had, whether you’ve anything else going on in your life drawing your focus… but did you also know that there are lots of vitamins that can boost your brain’s staying power and concentration? Here are the […]


Have you ever considered how amazing your gut is?

By chatteris-osteopaths on Thursday, October 18th, 2018 in Uncategorized. No Comments

Our gut is a very clever food processing system that most people don’t even consider. It either digests your food or causes you illness and discomfort and that’s as far as people’s thought processes go! But I wonder how many people know that your intestine is the largest organ with an average length greater than […]


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By chatteris-osteopaths on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 in Health, Pain and Injury, Sports Injuries, Tips and Advice. No Comments

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome This painful condition can affect anyone. You might feel pain or a tingling / numbness in the thumb and forefinger region and your thumb grip may also be weakened. Carpal tunnel syndrome is generally due to the irritation of the median nerve within the bones of the wrist (the carpal tunnel) and it’s irritation […]