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5 Frequently asked questions about pain

5 Frequently asked questions about pain

What is pain? Pain is always a subjective experience that is influenced to varying degrees by biological, psychological, and social factors. So, what are these Bio-Psycho-Social factors? Pain can depend on peripheral factors like tissue damage, injury and inflammation...

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How powerful is manual therapy?

How powerful is manual therapy?

One of the peculiarities I love most of my profession is the hands-on skin I use to diagnose and treat people. But what is touch? Is it powerful in healthcare? Let's get into the topic and analyse some of the most important aspects that make TOUCH significantly...

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Headache and Osteopathy

Headache and Osteopathy

Yes, we can help! Headaches are a very frequent disorder nowadays and the female population is the most affected. There are many different types of headaches, more than 100, and there is no one fits all solution, not even with medication. According to data from the...

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Are some forms of exercise better than others?

Are some forms of exercise better than others?

We all know that physical exercise offered health benefits. Yet is it as simple as one size fits all? Dr Mackenzie’ research team have shown that some forms of exercise are better than others at reducing the risk of diabetes. The study published in the Clinical...

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RRMG at Highgate Private Hospital

RRMG at Highgate Private Hospital

Rogers Regenerative Medical Group (RRMG) is now providing the full range of treatments and services to patients at the Highgate Private Hospital in North London. Highgate hospital has been servicing the local area for over 40 years and has been owned and managed by...

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Cauda equina syndrome, what we need to know?

Cauda equina syndrome, what we need to know?

Cauda equine syndrome (CES) is a very serious spinal injury caused by compression of lower back and sacral nerve roots (also known as cauda equina).  This most commonly occurs due to a herniated intervertebral disc, which can cause the nerve...

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Energy in & energy out. Is metabolism really that simple?

Energy in & energy out. Is metabolism really that simple?

We are told that woman and men should consume approximately 2000 and 2500 calories per day, respectively to maintain a healthy weight. Yet these numbers are based on values obtained from a sample of the average population (i.e. using a group of individuals and using...

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Metabolism, health & disease – Sugar, the source of all evil?

Metabolism, health & disease – Sugar, the source of all evil?

If you haven't heard of the popular opinion that sugar is the route of all our heath issues then you have been hidden under a rock. I have personally heard a TV presenter during an afternoon programme stating that “sugar causes cancer” while there are many examples of...

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Sports Injury Prevention

Sports Injury Prevention

Whether you’re an athlete or a weekend warrior, sports injuries can often occur. This means you’re out of action playing your favourite sports as recovery can take days, weeks or even months, setting your sports goals back. Although non-professional sports enthusiasts...

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The facts about regenerative medicine

The facts about regenerative medicine

Regenerative medicine is relatively new. It all started back in 1968 when the first bone marrow transplant took place, followed by the discovery of stem cells in human cord blood in 1978. But it wasn’t until as late as 2010 when large-scale success was reported when a...

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The Truth About Sciatica

The Truth About Sciatica

Sciatica pain is an unwanted lower back problem that can feel like a mild ache, burning sensation or even an excruciating pain similar to that of an electric shock. If you have pain that radiates from your lower (lumbar) spine down to your buttocks and back of your...

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What’s causing my hip pain?

What’s causing my hip pain?

The hip joint is designed for everyday movement and durability. From gentle walking and swimming to triathlons and marathons, the body’s largest ball-and-socket joint can generally withstand repeated motions. However, as the body gets older or through trauma, hip pain...

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Ten Facts About Lower Back Pain

Ten Facts About Lower Back Pain

We’ve all experienced back pain at some point in our lives. Whether from poor posture sitting at a desk or performing heavy duty manual jobs. With so many sufferers of lower back pain, we thought we’d share the ten most interesting facts. According to the American...

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RRMG to host Shockwaves Symposium

RRMG to host Shockwaves Symposium

Rogers Regenerative Medical Group to host Shockwaves Symposium 31 May to 1 June 2019 at the Kings Fund, London Rogers Regenerative Medical Group is hosting a two-day event focused on Medical Shockwave Treatment at the prestigious Kings Fund, in London.  Held in...

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