Lower Back Pain And How Exercise Helps To Reduce The Effects

office worker with back pain

Back pain is the largest cause of disability in the UK and specifically, lower back pain (LBP) accounts for 11% of all disability in the country (NHS 2016) making it something that we see everywhere, be it: personally (you have it or have had it) at home (family, friends, flatmates, probably your pets as well) […] Read More

Disc Degeneration is not due to wear and tear!

Are we wearing out? It is a common held belief that disc degeneration of the spine is a result of aging and ‘wear & Tear’ from mechanical overload or injury. However recent research strongly disputes this argument! The Twin Study: Disc Degeneration The Twin Spine Study which initially started in 1991 looked at both identical […] Read More

Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Help with Chronic Low Back pain

Chronic Low Back Pain Can be a debilitating problem for many – trapped in repeated cycles of pain! Sufferers can often go through repeated imaging, failed therapeutic treatments and regular prescribed painkillers all to no avail. This can be frustrating, stressful and lead to anxiety for many. CBT: The Evidence However there is growing evidence […] Read More