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  • Mushroom Super Soup - Scientific Health Benefits

    Mushroom Super Soup This is one of my favourite recipes.  I set out to create a ‘go-to’ meal that, primarily, would support my families...

  • Canine Health Advice better than ours?

    Becoming a Dog Owner Nearly five years ago my Partner and I made the HUGE decision to invest our-complete-selves into becoming Dog Owners. For...

  • Jo Abbott's Sunshine Milk

    Jo Abbott’s Sunshine Milk Sunshine Milk drink developed whilst on my travels with my body needing very specific nourishment during certain challenges life throws at...

  • Jo Abbott's Vegetarian Broth

    Why Broth? Traditional bone broth focuses on the consumption of high levels of vitamins, minerals and specific proteins called amino acids such as glycine, praline,...

  • Jo Abbott's Organic Chicken Bone Broth

    Poached Chicken & Chicken Bone Broth My poached chicken and chicken bone broth recipe initiates the foundation to healing the gut, by all means it...

  • Jarisch-Herxheimer Reaction

    Epidemiology Adolf Jarisch, an Austrian dermatologist, and Karl Herxheimer, a German dermatologist) observed specific reactions in patients who were being treated for syphilis with Salvarsan, mercury, or antibiotics...

  • Boxing Day Bowel Concerns

    There are so many mechanisms involved in squatting, some of these mechanisms are fundamental to the human design, others blow off the cobwebs and...

Therapy & Pain

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  • Retrospondylo -listhesis corrected by Dentist! No Pain

    Female Patient 44 years old, was diagnosed with a 11% retrospondylolisthesis (Backward slippage of the body of a vertebra that moves it out of...

  • Discogenic Low Back Pain Rehabilitation Programme - Week 1

    One morning in December 2007 I woke unable to feel or move my legs. Upon arriving at the Hospital my first diagnosis was...

  • Discogenic Low Back Pain Rehabilitation Programme - Week 2

    This part of the rehabilitation programme for discogenic low back pain is focusing on mobility and thereby improving ability during active daily living tasks,...

  • Thumb joint corrects foot pain! Seriously?

    I know, crazy right?  I must be mistaken?  It has to be some kind of black magic?  I'm pain-free because of some other factor?...

  • Reduce Back Pain at your desk with a Dynaspine

    When I was first introduced to the Dynaspine my first thoughts were 'oh dear, here we go again - another promise to the members...

Patient Studies

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  • What is Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? Part 1

    What is Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease where the automatic immune system attacks the central nervous system because it...

  • What causes Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? Part 2

    What causes Multiple Sclerosis (MS)? If you research this question using Dr. Google You’ll find the most common answer remains ‘the exact cause of...

  • Multiple Sclerosis Gut Health (Part 3)

    Disease modifying drugs Disease modifying drugs (DMDs) are a group of treatments for people with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). They reduce the number of...

  • Multiple Sclerosis Nutriment (Part 4)

    Disease Modifying Nutriment (DMN) January 2017, I presented my wife with the conclusion of a six month Literature review I had been completed on...

Tissue Mechanics

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  • Injuries and their Tissue Mechanics 1/12

    A Journey on injuries Tissue Mechanics Join me on a journey exploring injuries, here is your ‘open-ended ticket’ and I invite all disciplines involved...

  • Injuries and their Tissue Mechanics 2/12 (Warning: Prosected Images)

    Personal Trainer to Clinical Anatomist When I worked at a Personal Trainer, with a successful client base, I quickly learnt that my anatomy education...

  • The Sciatic Nerve, it's Anatomy, that will make you understand it's Pain 3/12

    What goes wrong? Compromising the sciatic nerve and its components by particular treatments, surgical interventions or injuries, limit day-to-day activities by affecting the lower...

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