Looking after number one

Our incredible Lisa 6 months after a car accident, I got back to participating in a triathlon on Sunday. A combination of osteopathy and counselling, as well as gently getting back to exercise has helped me start to feel more like me again. I also had specialist scar...

Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness week

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that primarily affects the joints but can involve others parts of the body such as inflammation of the lungs and heart. RA affects approximately 1% of the population, afflicting middle age women 2.5 times as frequently as...

Maternal Health Month

Pregnancy can be a joyful and sometimes daunting stage in life. For some it represents the culmination of a long journey to become a parent. Ensure that you pace yourself at each trimester and listen to your body, try to embrace the changes taking place. Regular...

Hip pain in adults

Hip pain in adults The most common causes of hip pain we see in adults at The Harrison Clinic are; Osteoarthritis – Inflammation of the tissues in and around the hip joint, damage to cartilage and if advancing bony growths (osteophytes) that develop around the edge of...

Lower Back Pain

Low back pain hinders as all at some point, in fact it is estimated that 80% of us will experience low back pain throughout our lifetime. Men and women are affected equally and the pain can range in intensity from a dull constant ache to sudden sharp pain. Low back...