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PHYSIO ROOM PROFESSIONAL | HATFIELD PRACTICE | CONDITIONS THAT CAUSE PAIN

Posted by on February 2nd, 2013

PHYSIO ROOM PROFESSIONAL | HATFIELD PRACTICE CONDITIONS THAT CAUSE PAIN


Some of the conditions we treat
1. Chronic Spinal Problems (Spondylotic, Stenotic, Complex Chronic Postural etc. Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar and Rib Mechanics):
 

 

Hatfield Practice Response time: short term (2-8 visits)

Long term: may require occasional return visits depending on patient compliance to exercises.

Effectiveness: generally respond really well (unless very advanced) ... (Read more)


PHYSIOTHERAPISTS | HATFIELD PRACTICE | REASONS FOR YOUR PAIN

Posted by on February 2nd, 2013

PHYSIOTHERAPISTS | HATFIELD PRACTICE REASONS FOR PAIN

YOUR RESOURCE

PATIENTS APPROPRIATE FOR  TREATMENT

A truly progressive  approach requires one to not only look at the tissue(s) causing the symptoms, but also the musculo skeletal function, aetiology, maintaining and predisposing  factors of the structures involved.

To truly assess and treat our patients efficiently and in a cost effective manner one should not only be helping the patients present ... (Read more)


Acupuncture for Shingles | Pain Relief | The Hatfield Acupuncture Practice

Posted by on January 27th, 2013

Acupuncturist Helen Taylor-Weekes The Welwyn and Hatfield Practice- Shingles

 
After Acupuncture for shingles Ivan didn’t feel terrible !
Post herpatic  shingles can cause nerve damage and pain. Shingles is common in the elderly, this due to weakened flow of energy caused by spinal problems,wear and run down immune symptoms. Often we are told that there is no “real” ... (Read more)


Physiotherapy for Pain- The Hatfield Practice- Symptoms of back pain

Posted by on January 26th, 2013

Dora - Physiotherapy Treatment at The Welwyn and Hatfield Practice

About Your Spine
Back pain is very common – about 80 % people are affected by back pain. Back pain can occur  at any age, but it’s most common in people between the ages of 32 and 58 onwards. Your spine/back ,  bones, joints,nerves,discs, muscles, ligaments and tendons. The spine, ... (Read more)


Ian Norman Sports Osteopath Hatfield Physiotherapy Practice, Herts

Posted by on January 25th, 2013

Sports Injury at The Welwyn and Hatfield Physiotherapy Practice

Ian Norman being taken for a walk with Woofie

IAN NORMAN OSTEOPATH HATFIELD 01707 888229

I have been working as a Sports Osteopath since the 1990’s. Im considered a very hands on practitioner and have a solid background in pitch side football /rugby ... (Read more)


Best Physiotherapy-Osteopathy-Acupuncture in Hatfield?

Posted by on January 24th, 2013

£10 OFF All Professional Treatments 
WINTER 2013* 

Ian & Helen Norman

We use self empowering  Physiotherapy,Acupuncture and Osteopathy approaches and always try to tackle your problem in a positive way.

We will often go the extra mile in ... (Read more)


Bupa -Physiotherapy Treatment in Hatfield – Bupa Members Physiotherapy – Osteopathy.

Posted by on January 23rd, 2013

The Welwyn and Hatfield Practice Bupa recognised Physiotherapy and Osteopathy

 

Giving The Welwyn and Hatfield Practice Bupa members faster access to Physiotherapy treatment for muscle, joint or bone conditions

 

I am writing to let you know that from 1 February 2013, The Hatfield Practice (01707 888229) Bupa members with muscle, joint or bone conditions will be able to ... (Read more)


Get a Grip – Golfers Elbow Facts and Features

Posted by on March 16th, 2012

Sports injury treatment for golf at the Welwyn and Hatfield Practice

More European and U.S golfers on the PGA Tour are developing an awareness of how Oriental medicine and acupuncture can heal their ailments and injuries after seeing the benefits it has had for a number of high-profile players from both hemispheres

Golfer’s elbow is medically known as medial ... (Read more)


9 Seasonal Golf tips for Spring

Posted by on March 2nd, 2012

our team at the Welwyn and Hatfield Practice

Spring weather is sporadic at best here in England so to combat  the varying temperatures we have put together a few simple ideas to help reduce your risk of injury and maybe improve your golf.5. Remember that Traditional Acupuncture

Sports Injuries and Golf

Posted by on February 19th, 2012

Golf Injury Article at the Welwyn and Hatfield Practice

Golf has traditionally been perceived as a relatively gentle game in which  bio-mechanical (Physical) aspects are not particularly demanding. Perhaps from a less informed perspective, success in golf is seen to be more about the technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game.

However injury is a common feature ... (Read more)


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