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  • meditation
    06/10/2019 0 Comments
    The science behind meditation

    Meditation is now taken seriously by athletes and a wide range of professional people who want to maintain their bodies and their minds at peak performance, or simply to remain pain-free.



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    Energy Medicine

    Each atom in the universe has an oscillating energy field as does each individual human being. Just as each atom has an epicentre of its energy field so does each person have an epicentre of its energy field, which is scientifically verifiable.


    The human energy field epicentre is a concentrated spot of high energy that the trained person can feel or even see. The vortex or epicentre of the human energy system is called the Assemblage Point.

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  • 06/10/2019 0 Comments
    ​An Introduction to Electronic Gem Therapy and Assemblage Point Therapy – by Graeme Stroud

    Electronic Gem Therapy (EGT) uses light shone at various frequencies through specific precious gem stones on to the physical body to restore health. The frequency of the energy induced is dictated by the unique properties of the gem stone used. It should not be confused with modern light or colour therapy or crystal healing because it is derived from proven medicinal qualities of particular gem stones for the treatment of illnesses.

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  • Common Running Injuries – Iliotibial Band (ITB) Syndrome
    06/10/2019 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries – Iliotibial Band (ITB) Syndrome

    This is a common injury that I treat quite regularly and occurs most often in sports people and particularly in runners.

    The iliotibial band is a sheet of connective tissue that runs down the outside of the thigh from the upper femur to the knee.The function of the ITB is to help to stabilise the knee joint.

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  • Max Whitlock
    06/10/2019 0 Comments
    Basildon gymnast goes gold!

    Basildon mayor David Harrison called for a civic reception to be held for Basildon gymnast Max Whitlock – who won an Olympic gold medal in the Men’s Pommel Horse tournament – when he returned to Basildon from Rio de Janeiro. The victory came only hours after Whitlock secured a gold medal for Men’s Floor Exercises and days after he secured a bronze medal in the Men’s Individual All-Around competition. The 23-year-old athlete trained with the South Essex Gymnastics Club at the Basildon Sporting Village, and is an inspiration to Essex gymnasts who dream of one day becoming Olympic champions.

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  • Common Runners’ Injuries – Achilles Tendinitis and Strain
    15/02/2019 0 Comments
    Common Runners’ Injuries – Achilles Tendinitis and Strain

    Achilles Tendon


    Pain in the Achilles tendon area is a very common injury among runners and can’t be separated from problems in the calf muscles (gastrocnemius and soleus).

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  • Plantar Fasciitis osteopath basildon
    15/02/2019 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries – Plantar Fasciitis

    Plantar Fasciitis


    What is it? Plantar fasciitis is a common runner’s injury, caused by inflammation of the connective tissue that runs from the base of the toes to the heel bone (calcaneus.) This connective tissue is called the plantar fascia, and it supports the underside of the foot.


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  • osteopath basildon hamstring strain
    15/02/2019 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries – Hamstring Strain

    The hamstring muscles run down the whole length of the back of the buttock to the back of the knee. The hamstrings consist of three muscles: the biceps femoris; semitendinosus, and the semimembranosus.


    A hamstring strain may vary from slight with no tearing, to moderate strain with light tearing of the muscle or the tendon, to severe strain with a large muscle tear and/or complete rupture of the tendon.

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  • Common Running Injuries - Runner’s Knee
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries - Runner’s Knee

    The symptoms usually begin with a deep, dull, vague pain. The patella grates or crunches when the knee is bent.

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  • Common Running Injuries - Groin Strain
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries - Groin Strain

    Often the cause of a groin strain may be a quick start to a race or a sudden turn, twist or skip such as on a cross country course.

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  • Common Running Injuries - Low Back Pain
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries - Low Back Pain

    Acute low back/pelvis muscle spasm can cause extreme pain by irritating the nerves that leave the spinal cord - usually the sciatic nerve which runs into the leg.

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  • Common Running Injuries - Ankle Strain and Sprain
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries - Ankle Strain and Sprain

    Strains and sprains are usually the result of a long-term chronic tightening of the muscles and tendons concerned.

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  • Naturopathic Health - a holistic approach
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Naturopathic Health - a holistic approach

    Naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of healing – a philosophy, science, art and practice which seeks to promote health by stimulating and supporting the body's inherent power to regain harmony and balance.

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  • Published Articles In Positive Health
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Published Articles In Positive Health

    Transformational Bodywork

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  • Peak Performance and sports injury prevention testimonial
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Peak Performance and sports injury prevention testimonial

    Many athletes do not realise that an osteopath with Graeme's experience can increase the oxygen uptake of the body.....

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  • Common Running Injuries: Compartment Syndrome
    14/12/2018 0 Comments
    Common Running Injuries: Compartment Syndrome

    Compartment syndrome commonly affects runners who suddenly increase their training load.

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