Osteoarthritis (OA) mainly affects cartilage, the tissue that protects your bones and cushions your joints. OA is a degenerative disease, meaning it’s likely to get worse over time. However, symptoms can also come and go. When they get worse for a while and then improve, this is known as a flare-up...
Teachers, nurses, doctors, chefs and construction workers… what do they all have in common? Probably very sore feet! Many professions involve being on your feet all day, and whilst it’s a good thing to be less sedentary at work, it can play havoc with your poor feet!
Kids are super active, so the odd scrape and sprain is an inevitable part of growing up. We often get asked about the best ways to treat muscle pain in children, so we thought we’d round up our top tips for parents trying to help their little one who’s in pain.
Neck and shoulder pain might creep up after you’ve been sitting at your desk for hours, chipping away at your daily activities. Whatever the reason for your tight neck and shoulders we’ve put together some exercises that can help ease the tension.