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Don’t let your Back Pain ruin your life!

10th August 2017

Research tells us that staying active is good, not just for your back but for health in general but, sometimes, back pain is just too bad. Many people give up and put up with constant back pain thinking that it is an inevitable part of life. They stop doing the things that they really want […]

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It was amazing to find out that I could be helped

20th July 2017

As we get older most of us will have some sort of degenerative changes in our spine but fortunately, for the majority, we don’t even know it. However, for some people, it can be much more serious and many are stuck ‘in limbo’ having tried manual therapy, such as physio, osteopathy or chiropractic and even […]

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The simple pleasures that we take for granted

27th June 2017

Walking, lounging on a sofa in the evening and sleeping comfortably in bed are all things that we take for granted until back pain stops you from doing them. This is especially poignant after you have worked all your life and are looking forward to a long and active retirement only to have it turned […]

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My back condition was totally draining!

20th April 2017

Back pain, especially when caused by a disc prolapse that may affect the local spinal nerves, can be debilitating as well as extremely painful and also have a detrimental effect on all aspects of peoples’ lives, leaving them feeling totally drained. Many of these conditions do not respond to standard treatments but a new approach […]

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I was in a dark painful place suffering constant Sciatic pain

3rd April 2017

Sciatica can be one of the most painful conditions to suffer with and, if it doesn’t settle within six weeks, is notoriously difficult to treat and can drag on for an awfully long time. However, IDD Therapy from the USA is changing the way that this condition is treated in the UK. This was the […]

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Golf had become a Back Pain lottery

8th February 2017 - Steve Morris

It’s estimated that around 4 million adults play golf in the UK. For many it’s something to look forward to as a great way to escape from the rigors of daily life and get some exercise – not to mention the socialising in the clubhouse afterwards! However, when something that should give pleasure becomes difficult […]

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After a few sessions I cancelled my Spinal surgery

8th January 2017 - Steve Morris

“I spent Christmas 2011 lying on the floor… the only way to get relief from the relentless agony” remembers Leighton Batchelor. After six years of debilitating disc and sciatic pain, the 38-year-old kitchen fitter faced back surgery followed by months of recovery time. However, a leaflet that he was given by a friend about IDD […]

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Severe back pain nearly ruined my life

20th December 2016 - Steve Morris

Back pain can affect most of us at some point in our lives. Fortunately, for the majority, this will only last for a short period but for some it can become severely disabling. This was the case for Tina Thrift who, following a bad fall in April 2014, was left in crippling pain in her […]

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Dream holiday nearly scuppered by Sciatica

20th November 2016 - Steve Morris

Jason Pelham, a 47 year old site manager, almost had to cancel his family’s dream holiday due to continuous pain caused by sciatica. Holidays are generally very important to us, giving us the opportunity to get away from daily life and relax, eat and drink a bit more than we probably should and spend quality […]

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Don’t accept Back Pain as you get older!

20th September 2016 - Steve Morris

There is a common belief that as you get older your joints and discs tend to wear out. “What do you expect at your age?” and “degenerative disc disease” are often cited, which many older people accept all too easily, unnecessarily suffering for the rest of their lives. But is this really true? It is […]

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