Osteopathy in the COVID Era

Osteopathy in the COVID Era

I’m so happy to be open again for osteopathy in both Ascot and my new Kensington West London location!  COVID closed me for a short time but not forever! My clients have been happy to see me and I have been so happy to see them.  It feels like much longer than...
Eyes as windows into health

Eyes as windows into health

Did you know osteopaths are interested in eyes too? Eyes can be thought of as a window into your health in some respects, and keeping your eyes healthy is as important as keeping your muscles toned – perhaps even more so! Check out this guide to understanding...
Rotator Cuff Injuries and Shoulder Pain

Rotator Cuff Injuries and Shoulder Pain

Rotator Cuff Problems The ‘rotator cuff’ is a group of muscles which act to stabilise and move the most mobile joint in the human body – the shoulder.  The shoulder is as amazing as it is vulnerable.  Rotator cuff problems can cause pain in the shoulder, neck and...
Working for Team GB 6-11 May

Working for Team GB 6-11 May

As I’ve mentioned, I was chosen to work with Team GB and we are going to Portugal for the World Championships.  Clinic will be closed on the 5th May and will reopen on 13th of May!
Who is Tracy the Osteo?

Who is Tracy the Osteo?

The other day I was doing a livestream on my Facebook page about how to help your upper back and neck with a mobility exercise you can do at your desk. I had a question come through after the video – asking me to talk a bit more about myself. So – I went back online...
Back To School Rucksack Tips to Avoid Back Pain

Back To School Rucksack Tips to Avoid Back Pain

Usually the autumn is when rucksack fitting is an issue – children carrying things back and forth to school.  But this applies to all rucksacks and school backpacks. And all children (and adults for that matter!) The first consideration is to make sure the rucksack...
5 Quick Do’s and Don’ts : Frozen Shoulder

5 Quick Do’s and Don’ts : Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder:  the searing pain, the sleepless nights, the inability to do basic things like get dressed or make a cup of tea or hold your child’s hand.  It is one of the most painful and life challenging conditions I see in my clinic. Here are 5 quick Dos and...
Why I Would Say No To Patients

Why I Would Say No To Patients

First I think I should explain what I mean by ‘No’ When I say ‘no’ I mean ‘No I will not’, rather than ‘no I don’t think you should’. Reason 1  I would say NO to a patient who came to me wanting treatment, but they...
Three Reasons To Leave Me

Three Reasons To Leave Me

Not long ago, I explained the top five reasons a person shouldn’t ever choose me as their osteopath. Yes, that’s right. Reasons to NOT choose me as their osteopath. Are you a current patient?  Well, today I’m going to give you three reasons to leave...