Articles in Musculoskeletal Health

Our musculoskeletal system is a fundamental part of our health and well-being. Not only does it provide the body with structure and the means for movement, but it is also a chemical messaging system within our bodies.

According to NHS figures, around 1 in 4 of the adult population are affected by musculoskeletal conditions every year, so ensuring that we have access to relevant and accessible information is crucial to both address problems when they occur, but also in order to maintain continued health.

Here at HealthHubble our panel of multidisciplinary professionals are on hand to offer expert guidance and advice to support you and your family make well informed decisions when it comes to your musculoskeletal health.

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by Kate van Rensburg on November 10, 2020
What is Acupuncture and How Does It Work?
by Kate van Rensburg on November 10, 2020
How do you explain a 2,500-year-old Chinese treatment using our 200-year-old Western Medical knowledge and how do our Western minds get around the concept of energy flow and meridians? ... Read full article
by Mr Michael Radford MBBS FRCS FRCS(Tr&Orth). BASK on November 02, 2020
Knee Replacement: Understanding the Options, Risks and Benefits
by Mr Michael Radford MBBS FRCS FRCS(Tr&Orth). BASK on November 02, 2020
Knee replacement or Arthroplasty is a common procedure that many of us will have either heard of or know someone who has had this procedure. ... Read full article
by Roseanna Grace Conway on October 01, 2020
Pelvic Floor Health and the Importance of Pelvic Floor Exercises
by Roseanna Grace Conway on October 01, 2020
The subject of pelvic floor health is something we hear a lot about. So, let’s start off by understanding some anatomy and physiology – what is our pelvic floor muscle and where is it? ... Read full article
by Fred Braithwaite on September 07, 2020
How Cancer Rehabilitation Plays A Vital Role in Treatment and Recovery
by Fred Braithwaite on September 07, 2020
For those of you who don’t know, cancer rehab is fairly new to the UK. Many other countries are way ahead in the delivery of this vital service. Some European countries have been providing rehab for cancer patients since the 1800’s.... Read full article
by Roseanna Grace Conway on September 03, 2020
How Physiotherapy Can Benefit Symptoms of Bladder Pain Syndrome
by Roseanna Grace Conway on September 03, 2020
Believe it or not, but 1 in 2 of us will be affected by a urology condition in our lifetime, this is according to figures from The Urology Foundation.  That’s approximately 3.9 billion of us.  ... Read full article
by Mr Ziad Harb on September 01, 2020
What Is A Bunion And What Are The Treatment Options?
by Mr Ziad Harb on September 01, 2020
What is a bunion? A bunion is a bony bump on the side of the big toe. The medical name for bunion is “hallux valgus”. Bunions develop over a long time and start to cause pressure and pain over the bump. As the big toe drifts toward the second toe... Read full article
by Walnut Grove Clinic on July 14, 2020
The Benefits of Movement: Managing Arthritis
by Walnut Grove Clinic on July 14, 2020
If you’ve recently been told by your doctor that those swollen and stiff joints, pain, loss of motion, tingling and fatigue are due to arthritis, you’re certainly not alone. ... Read full article
by Lisa Williams on July 13, 2020
Why Would I Need Orthotics?
by Lisa Williams on July 13, 2020
A lot of people suffering with knee pain, foot pain, tight calves and the like don’t realise that custom orthotics can reduce these symptoms.  How amazing it would be if we had perfect feet and perfect posture.... Read full article
by Walnut Grove Clinic on July 09, 2020
10 Natural Ways to Build Healthy Bones
by Walnut Grove Clinic on July 09, 2020
Building healthy bones is extremely important. Our skeleton supports movement and important organs essential for a healthy active life. Minerals are incorporated into your bones during childhood, adolescence and early adulthood. ... Read full article
by Zara Ford on July 08, 2020
Treating Sciatica
by Zara Ford on July 08, 2020
Sciatica. It’s a word you’ve probably heard of and perhaps even used, but do you really know what it means? Zara Ford, from Walnut Grove, explores this common, but painful problem and looks at what you can do to treat it.... Read full article

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