Client Gs body alignment before and after Posture Correction Therapy
Case study – Resolving back pain

When this client came to see me he’d been suffering with pains in a broad area of his back for many years. The pain was at a constant low level but could get worse at times. Over the years he’d tried many different therapies, including physiotherapy and strengthening exercises, but had only found temporary relief.…

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Client Ls body alignment before and after Posture Correction Therapy
Case study – Changing the way you look

Most of my clients come to see me because they’re in pain, but a fair few come for injury prevention or to change the appearance of some aspect of their posture. This client came to see me because the appearance of her ‘hunched’ posture had bothered her for several decades. She often noticed this when…

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Case study – Resolving hip pain

When this client came to see me, his hip pain had been worsening over the course of four years. He’d given up running and even walking was very painful at times. He’d seen specialist doctors, but found no relief. He had begun to think that the pain was something he would just have to accept.…

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What does having good posture really mean?

This video is taken from the Health Though Posture Video Course. I talk about what I think having good posture really means, some common myths about posture correction, how our bodies moves out of alignment, and perhaps most importantly, how you can improve your posture. You can get the next 3 videos of the course…

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How to overcome low back pain

The number one symptom that people who come to see me have is lower back pain. I read a statistic recently in a newspaper that it was the leading cause of disability in the world. I’ve had clients where it is a mild annoyance, to clients where it is ruining their lives. Why is lower…

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How to deal with chronic hip pain

The hip is a so-called ball and socket joint – the ball being the head of your femur (thigh bone), and the socket being a spherical cup like depression in the side of your pelvis. The ball fits snuggly into the socket, and is surrounded and stabilised by strong ligaments and large muscles. It’s a…

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