Taylor Osteopathy - Corby, Northamptonshire NN18 8LA

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Address:
Brooke Weston Fitness, Coomb Road , Corby , Northamptonshire NN18 8LA

Phone:
01536216223

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enquiries@Taylorosteopathy.co.uk

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With clinics in Kettering and Corby, appointment options until 10pm and weekend availability too, we strive to make physical therapy available to everybody.

 

Taylor Osteopathy is located in the Corby area of Northamptonshire. There are at least 2 other listings in the NN18 postcode area.

Osteopaths in Northamptonshire NN18

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"I need my needle and crack fix" a patient told her mortified daughter in the supermarket, referring to her... https://t.co/MiVc6ZfRzT
Thu Feb 15 11:38:04 +0000 2018
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**Fibromyalgia** After sharing a review last week of a patient with Fibromyalgia, we have had many enquiries as... https://t.co/FkmMOlHLWT
Wed Feb 07 22:18:48 +0000 2018
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I am fortunate enough to have been working with Carole for a year now, helping her with her daily pain and also... https://t.co/ExZGihAq4h
Sun Feb 04 20:33:07 +0000 2018
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Any of my patients will tell you how much emphasis I place of flexibility and movement. This amazing man is not... https://t.co/vE1qsPlzHj
Thu Jan 11 20:36:00 +0000 2018
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Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
A glum day in Birmingham this morning but I’m up and ready for the Fibromyalgia symposium! Always learning.
2/17/2018 9:33:37 AM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
"I need my needle and crack fix" a patient told her mortified daughter in the supermarket, referring to her treatments. ....I can only assume she meant medical acupuncture and manipulations!😂
2/15/2018 11:38:00 AM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
What on earth was this all about today?
2/11/2018 9:25:58 PM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
**Fibromyalgia** After sharing a review last week of a patient with Fibromyalgia, we have had many enquiries as to the treatment options we offer fibro sufferers. This little clip shows part of Debbie's treatment. This is episode 1 of a small 3 part series. If you would like to know more about the treatments we can offer sufferers, then please contact us on: Tel: 01536 216223 Email: enquiries@taylorosteopathy.co.uk Web: www.taylorosteopathy.co.uk
2/7/2018 10:18:45 PM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
I am fortunate enough to have been working with Carole for a year now, helping her with her daily pain and also her sporting injuries. It has been a privilege to be a small part of her journey so far. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Af4KPyTmeuA&sns=fb
2/4/2018 8:33:04 PM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
**Text Neck – Have you got 65 footballs on your head?** Text Neck is exactly what it says it is! Pain caused by texting. It can also be caused by balancing 65 footballs on your head. Allow me to explain. Text Neck is an injury to the neck caused by hanging your head forward, looking down at your mobile devices too frequently for extended periods of time. Statistics say that 37-million people in the UK spend a minimum of 4 hours a day on their mobile devices. Four hours! Yes, those quick checks of emails and Facebook, or that sneaky game in your coffee break, all add up. And the weight the neck has to carry dramatically adds up when it is flexed forward. The more you crane your neck, the heavier load it carries. Your body will then have to work harder to support this extra weight, which can lead to soreness in the neck, stiffness across the shoulders, headaches, and pain in the upper back. You won’t believe the maths of text neck. The average adult head weighs about 10-12lbs (4-5kg). But when you tip your head forwards just 1 inch you add an extra 10lbs force through your neck vertebrae. That’s 4kg for every 2.5cms. So… • 15 degrees flexion puts the equivalent of 27 lbs weight through your neck. • At 30 degrees it’s about 40 lbs. • At 45 degrees you have about 49 lbs extra force on those poor vertebrae. • And at 60 degrees (the normal position for texting) it’s about 60 lbs. 65 Footballs! 60 lbs extra weight! How heavy is that? Here are some equivalents that you could balance on your head to get the same weight: • 6 fat cats • A boxer dog • 4 average bowling balls • 9 ½ bricks • 45 basket balls • 65 footballs • 100 hamsters What really concerns me is that about 50% of the people adopting this forward bent posture are children and teenagers. Can it be prevented? The key is to significantly reduce the amount of time spent looking down. Of course the ideal thing would be to take frequent breaks from your mobile phone and computer. But life isn’t always ideal so even if you can’t take breaks from your phone try holding it slightly higher, at eye level, to relieve the stress on those poor muscles. And don’t put 65 footballs or 100 hamsters on your head either!
2/1/2018 12:24:17 PM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
**Fibromyalgia** Do you or someone you know struggle with fibromyalgia? If so, you may want to click on our latest FB review below. If you would like to find out more about the treatment options available to you, then please give us a call or email us with any questions that you may have. Tel: 01536 216223 Email: enquiries@taylorosteopathy.co.uk
1/24/2018 7:23:56 PM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
Fitbit Sleep Monitoring More and more of my patients these days are wearing “Fitbits” or the equivalent (“Fitbit” now seems to be the generic term for any wrist-worn activity monitor, a bit like “Hoover”*). I don’t have one myself, but I was intrigued by the manufacturers’ claims that they can measure the quality of sleep. This is something we’re all interested in, and the notions of “clean sleep” and “sleep hygiene” are very much on trend at the moment. So I was very interested to listen to Dr Neil Stanley, talking about the science of sleep to The Academy of Physical Medicine recently. Dr Stanley is hugely knowledgeable on this topic, having set up what was the largest sleep research facility in Europe at the University of Surrey. His answer regarding Fitbits (and all the other similar devices) is that they do NOT give any meaningful data on the quality of your sleep. That doesn’t mean they can’t count your daily footsteps, or measure the calories you burn, but when it comes to sleep, they’re hopelessly inaccurate (35% at best). This is hardly surprising, given the complexity of measuring the different stages of sleep, which can only be done accurately by monitoring brain activity. This doesn’t mean that activity monitors are useless, of course. The very fact that they incentivise us to do more exercise is a great thing, and it’s possible that the other measurements they provide are more accurate. But bear in mind this comment by Dr Stanley: worrying about the quality of sleep is the thing that causes most of the problems! He did some serious, research-based guidance on getting good sleep, and if you’d like more information, feel free to get in touch. * Just to be absolutely clear: Hoovers don’t measure your sleep quality and aren’t usually worn on the wrist. However, they may contribute to your 10,000 steps per day…
1/17/2018 8:30:06 PM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
Any of my patients will tell you how much emphasis I place of flexibility and movement. This amazing man is not only preaching the same message as me but is living it too. He is incredible! https://www.facebook.com/thetodayprogramme/videos/1602704763153441/?hc_ref=ARTT1ffPGQTod4vgjv8U5GkDI2wPGcpVeQspDLFRxxXr4NPCEf8Q9nXhoOvnyNWrHKI&pnref=story.unseen-section
1/11/2018 8:35:56 PM
Taylor Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic
A friend of mine posted this. I thought it was humorous....
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