March 2017 IBCcare News

Hi Everyone, We are now offering the possibility of online booking. By clicking on the picture below will be redirected to our online booking service. An easy and fast way

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Iona Bramati Castellarin – Winner of ICAOR 2014 New Researcher Prize

Iona Bramati Castellarin was recognised this year for her outstanding research on the management of gastrointestinal symptoms in autism using visceral osteopathy. Iona was honoured with the Elsevier/International Conference on the

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We’ve talked a lot this week about pain.  The ways we can help prevent it are not so difficult to understand.  But pain itself is incredibly complex.  Watch this video

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In addition to ensuring that your chair and monitors are arranged well and so that they don’t contribute to any back or neck pain, consider the other things you do

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After you’ve adjusted your chair, you can do some helpful basic adjustments to your monitor. Some key pointers: 1) Make sure your monitor is in front of you, and not

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Back Pain in Offices – How common is it?

According to the HSE, back pain from awkward or tiring positions in offices affected 53,000 people last year, and that the second most common cause of workplace related back pain

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London Back Pain and Posture – Back Care in the Office

Back pain in central London office workers is extremely common. Back and neck pain are the commonest pains felt by people who work at desks, followed by arm and upper

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Back Care Awareness Week – 6th – 12th Oct 2014

Back Care is a charity dedicated to understanding and helping to prevent back and neck pain.  Each year they celebrate Back Care Awareness week in a big way – and

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Osteopathy and NICE guidelines on low back pain and sciatica

Two osteopaths have been appointed to serve among 12 others as part of the NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) Guideline development group.  Steve Vogel and Dr Ian

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Osteopathy and the Olympics

Osteopathy is a natural fit for sport – and our osteopath Iona Bramati Castellarin is at the forefront of the osteopathic profession’s participation in the Brazil 2016 Olympics – and

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