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Author: Amy Weinberger

Amy Weinberger

Plantar Fasciitis

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Plantar fasciitis is something I see people present with much more regularly than I would have once expected. And, I'm pleased to say, a condition that generally responds well to treatment. Massage therapy coupled with simple homecare routines can make a lasting improvement to plantar fasciitis, and for those who have been suffering it is a great…

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The Psoas: The Muscle of the Soul

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~Time and time again, pain and movement dysfunction in my clients seems to involve, to a greater or lesser extent, the psoas. Having sat in lectures, read books and research papers, and listened to anecdotal evidence, I now have the clinical experience of my own which confirms just how the psoas is an important link in all…

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Cool down with a 100 % organic floral mist

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It's another beautiful day in Brighton and Hove! In this hot and sticky weather I am never far from my 100% organic floral hydrosols (flower waters). All clients get a floral spritz to help revive them at the end of their treatments, and I like to use them myself throughout the day. When I was the in-house BalmBalm consultant at Harrods…

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The Mystery of Chronic Pain

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The majority of my clinic time here at Brighton Bodyworks is spent providing remedial massage therapy to people suffering with long-term, chronic pain conditions. Within that group many of the conditions bear similarities but the levels of pain and corresponding effect on an individual's quality of life can vary greatly. Elliot Krane is a Paediatrician…

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“The best post-race massage I’ve had”

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Lovely review from a lovely marathon-er who came for a treatment after the Brighton half. Pre and post-race massage is a great way to keep yourself in optimum condition for peak performance. Massage and assisted stretching can help with general stiffness and sore muscles (tight hamstrings, anyone?), 'runners back', shin splints, knee pain, sprains and strains…

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Low back pain & half-kneeling

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I am inspired by my ever growing network of industry professionals from whom I learn and draw the best advice to pass on to my clients. Today's gem comes from Dr Kathy Dooley, a chiropractor and anatomy instructor based in NYC. Half-kneeling: the alternative to sitting. If you suffer from low back pain, please take…

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The fascial layer up close

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I am continuously undertaking further training to build upon my knowledge, keep up with the latest techniques and research, and enhance the massage treatments I am able to offer my clients suffering from pain and restricted movement. I am currently part way through an Advanced Certificate in Myofascial Release and am finding it absolutely fascinating. Did you know..?…

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Shin Splints

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Shin Splints – what are they? When it comes to running, ‘shin splints’ are a hot topic. Shin splints (Medial Tibial Syndrome) is a general term used to describe exercise-induced pain in the area of the tibia, which runs down the inner part of the shin. It most commonly affects runners but can also affect…

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Attention all marathon runners!

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Just as rest days are crucially important in building your strength and stamina, pre or post event massage can have a really positive impact on your run performance and recovery. The marathon-ers amongst us will now be hitting peak training miles - I’ll never forget the feeling of my 19 mile training run, when another…

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