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Frozen shoulder

Frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis’  is a condition in which movements of the shoulder joint becomes progressively more restricted. It is More common in those of us over 40. Although the complaint starts through injury to the shoulder, it doesn’t  have to have been a major trauma. I have had clients who have ‘felt something pull’ whilst

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Massage and breathing pattern disorder.

Fatigued? Brain fog? Lowered pain threshold? Cardiac and gut symptoms? The list goes on…..  but what they all have in common is an association with breathing pattern disorder. There are many causes to theses issues, and underlying pathology cannot be ignored, but breathing pattern disorders, even when indirectly involved,  can greatly add to and aggrevate the

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