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knee pain

knee pain - 6 problems that Bowen Therapy helps

Despite knee pain being a common problem among clients, it somehow rarely managed attention in any of my writing. Knee pain that clients arrive with has been highly varied.  For some it’s sharp knee pain, others dull aches.  For some…
breathe

take a deep breath… now breathe…

Through December last year, the instruction I gave to most clients as they left was to breathe. There was a real spate of people with stiff necks and aching shoulders, who were a little on the stressed side (as appears to be the norm in December). …
pain

no, not there... it's not sore there... my pain is here !

One of my clients had pointed to where the pain was in her back and side soon after arrival.  A chat and a number of assessments later, I felt that I had a good clue where the body wasn’t sitting right. I started with my first moves, the…
frozen shoulder pain

Frozen shoulder - like sharp shards piercing the shoulder

Frozen shoulder can be a very painful and disabling condition The shoulder becomes increasingly stiff.  Shoulder movement becomes restricted.  Even simple movements such as fastening a bra or tucking a shirt into trousers become difficult…
neck pain evolution computer hunch

neck pain... a pain in the desk !

Neck pain and the computer hunch Your days are spent at a desk, behind a computer, peering at the screen.  Before that it was staring into a phone screen on the train.  Or slumped behind the wheel of a car.  By mid-afternoon, the neck pain…
injury management nurture enhance

Injury management - why manage when you can lead !

Most of us thrive when our minds are engaged and inspired - so why do we treat our bodies differently when it comes to injury management ?   Many who know me know that I haven’t always been a Bowen Therapist.  After cooking for…