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It was pretty common when I worked in Sydney that people would ask me to explain the difference between an Osteopath and a Physio/Chiro, but it’s a whole other level here in Singapore. Most people here have never even heard of an Osteopath, so I thought I’d write a quick spiel for all the new patients curious to find out more about what we do.
Osteopathy originated in the US in the late 19th century. The first school teaching Osteopathy opened in 1891. Originally it was a genuine alternative to medicine …
You’ve all probably heard a million times about how you need to strengthen your “core” to support your lower back. And it’s true. The “core” abdominal muscles, such as transverse abdominus and multifidus, play an active role in the strength and stability of your lower back, and there have been countless studies to support the idea that improving their strength helps your lower back.
Which makes me slightly loathe to write this, because this article might give one or two of you an excuse to slacken off. Don’t get me wrong, …
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