For Health Professionals

Have You Got Acidic Bowels – And Is It A Problem?

2019-11-07T14:35:15+00:00

Acidic bowels…you’d be surprised how often patients use this expression with me in clinic. They are usually talking about how some bowel motions feel painful or unpleasant, describing it as a feeling of “acidic bowels”. I learn a lot about how to help people from their symptom descriptions…but when it comes to [...]

Have You Got Acidic Bowels – And Is It A Problem?2019-11-07T14:35:15+00:00

Why You Need to Know More About Curcumin Than Your Musculoskeletal Patients

2019-08-15T10:02:56+00:00

You’ve all seen it – the mile-long supplement list your patient brings in. Who knows what all those pills do, or if they need them? If your patient has musculoskeletal pain, curcumin is usually there. Does it work? Do they need it? Do they know something you don’t? You don’t want them being taken [...]

Why You Need to Know More About Curcumin Than Your Musculoskeletal Patients2019-08-15T10:02:56+00:00

Safety Signals in Your PPP Patients: the Role of Nutrition

2019-08-15T09:50:39+00:00

Being a clinician working in persistent pelvic pain (PPP) you’re working with the whole person. Arguably even more than when you specialise in elbows or necks. Persistent pain is complicated, and when it involves the pelvis, it seems to involve even more layers. We can’t understand a woman’s pelvic pain without knowing about her [...]

Safety Signals in Your PPP Patients: the Role of Nutrition2019-08-15T09:50:39+00:00