Julia Kinsey Osteopathy

News, Osteopathy/14th July 2021

Omicron Covid variant Update Wilmslow

How I can help you during the Covid-19 outbreak.

***UPDATE***

In light of the emerging Omicron Covid variant, I will continue to wear full PPE and adhere to all safeguarding guidelines within the clinic as recommended by PHE and my …

Osteopathy/11th March 2022

Avoiding Back Pain While Gardening

Top tips to avoid Back Pain while Gardening

When the spring arrives it’s tempting to get out in the garden and do as much as we can while the weather is dry! Repetitive actions such as weeding, digging and using the wheelbarrow can lead to back pain. Here are some tips to help our backs from becoming …

Osteopathy/1st January 2022

Do you need an Osteopathic ‘MOT’?

Osteopathic ‘MOT’ as we get older

Our bodies can be likened to a car that needs regular servicing and maintenance as we get older!  We can sometimes feel aches and tensions in our body frame as we get older. A presumption is made that this is to be ‘expected’ and all part of getting older.  Osteopathic …

News, Osteopathy/17th March 2021

30th Anniversary Celebration

30th Anniversary as an Osteopath!

30th Anniversary Celebration!  I graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London in 1991. At that …

Osteopathy/5th February 2020

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Preventing Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Did you know osteopathy can identify problems such as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) related to sports and training?

Osteopaths look at the muscles, bones and tissues affected by injury, postural …

Events, Nordic Walking/1st February 2020

Wellbeing Walks in Wilmslow

Wilmslow Wellbeing Walks

I’m raising money for the British Heart Foundation during February 2020 with wellbeing walks in Wilmslow. I’d be so grateful for your support.

The BHF is the nation’s heart charity and the largest independent funder of cardiovascular research. Coronary heart disease is the UK’s single biggest killer but they …

Osteopathy/30th January 2020

Have I Slipped A Disc?

What is a “slipped disc”?

The first thing to say about a slipped disc is that it hasn’t “slipped”! This is a complete misnomer. Discs can’t slip, they are held in place with strong ligaments.  However, they can bulge and press against a nerve root in the spine. The worse …

Nordic Walking, Osteopathy/29th January 2020

Poor footwear and back pain!

Poor footwear, especially high heels, cause problems from the big toe right up to the spine causing back pain.

The first area we see problems are painful lumps (called bunions) on the outside of your big toe.  Typically a bunion forms from pressure on the front of the foot causing a deviation in the bones of the big toe. It creates …

Osteopathy/27th January 2020

Helping back pain through sleep

Why is Sleep Important in helping Back Pain?

When back pain affects you, you might despair of ever getting a good nights sleep. Not getting enough sleep or poor quality sleep can actually make you more sensitive to pain. It can be a vicious circle if back pain makes it harder to sleep and when you can’t sleep your back …

News/4th January 2020

Love Your Liver Month!

Do You Love Your Liver?

Love your Liver Month! The liver is the largest gland, and the largest solid organ in the body. If you place your right hand over the area under the ribs on the right side of your body, it will just about cover the area of your liver.

It holds approximately 13% of your total blood supply at …