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Osteopathy is not just for back pain. Most osteopathic training is undertaken at degree level. Osteopathic students now follow a four or five-year degree course, combining academic and clinical “hands-on” work. Qualifications generally take the form of a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in osteopathy, for example, BSc (Hons), BOst, BOstMed or MOst. A qualification in Osteopathy includes anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, nutrition, and bio-mechanics, as well as at least 1,000 hours of clinical training experience with patients. A qualified Osteopath is able to diagnose and, if appropriate, treat any muscular skeletal problem. This includes problems with any area of the spine but also shoulder, elbow, wrist, finger, hip, knee, ankle, toe and even cranial problems. Assessment involves detailed questions, examination and physical testing of movement and tension patterns of not only the area concerned but other areas that may be involved. For example a painful tight right hip may have developed due to a restricted left knee or a painful verruca on the left foot. Osteopaths can also detect problems they cannot treat like shingles or a kidney stone which will then involve a referral. All qualified Osteopaths are governed by the General Osteopathic Council. To comply with registration 35 hours of extra training is needed to be performed every year. So if you have a painful elbow or an arthritic knee or any other muscle or joint problem come and see one of the Osteopaths at SNHC for a diagnosis and or treatment plan. If you would like to come and see one of our Osteoapths - Caroline, Sacha, Hannah, Emma and Alan please call the Clinic on 01329 665 871
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To support proper neurological function, Chinese Medicine focuses on energetically balancing the five primary organ systems including the spleen, heart, lungs, liver and stomach to reduce systemic inflammation, help with the assimilation of nutrients, increase blood supply, and oxygenize blood to he...

Engineered bacteria could mop up toxic ammonia in the human gut

Supplements of genetically modified bacteria could be used to treat liver and bowel diseases by mopping up toxins inside the gut.

Ammonia is made in the gut as a by-product of food digestion; it normally goes to the liver to be dealt with, but cirrhosis of the liver or certain metabolic disorders can lead to a build-up of ammonia in the blood, causing seizures or death.

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Daily doses of the bacteria improved survival in mice genetically engineered to have one of the ammonia-raising metabolic disorders. And when healthy humans took the bacteria in a drink for two weeks, blood tests showed the bacteria were working as intended.

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Toxic ammonia can build up in the guts of people with certain disorders – probiotics containing bacteria engineered to break down the toxin could help