5 things to do over bank holiday weekend
Chiropractic Awareness Week
12 Common Mistakes when Training for a Marathon
Tips for Teething Babies
Second blog about training for the London Marathon
A Traditional Chinese Medicine trip to China Medical University
Blog: Training fit for triathlons and staying injury free
Why you Should have Regular Massage During Pregnancy
What can be done to improve a baby with colic?
How to enjoy Christmas and keep a healthy liver
Wishing you a peaceful Christmas
Cycling and back pain
VIDEO Pelvic Stabilisation
Stay off the drugs:Too many can cause you a headache
Can man be evil?
NICE guidelines on headache
VIDEO Medium difficulty prone neck flexor exercise
The Difference Between a Chiropractor and an Osteopath
VIDEO Neutral Spine
Strapping and Taping for Patellar Tendinopathy
Advice from our Physiotherapist on How to Standing Better and Improve your Posture
Advice from our Physiotherapist to Sort out your Posture and How to Sit Better
The health risks from too much Smartphone use
Video Dynamic Scapular Control YTW
Rafa Nadal and his recurrent knee pain
VIDEO Easy Dynamic Scapular Control
VIDEO Easy Static Scapular Control
Sports massage and shoulder injuries
Acupuncture and how to stay well in Springtime.
When iron is bad for you
Low back pain and the woes of Andy Murray
A few common myths about low back pain
Acupuncture and living in tune with the seasons
Plagiocephaly or flat head syndrome in babies
Running and training for the Killarney Half Marathon when you have sciatica
VIDEO: Ankle rehabilitation by Dianne one of the osteopaths at the Angel Wellbeing Clinic.
'VIDEO: Denver Collins from 'On Your Bike' talks about cycling and hand and foot pain.
VIDEO: Denver Collins from 'On Your Bike' talks about cycling, low back pain and neck pain.
VIDEO: Denver explains the service "On Your Bike' offers and how it can help you.
VIDEO: Denver Collins from 'On Your Bike' gives tips on making cycling more comfortable.
Children, school bags, bad backs and a trumpet!
Massage and recovery from running a marathon
How to prevent injuries in dancing and sport
How psychotherapy can help you through grief and bereavement.
Increase your happiness today!
Have you signed up to a McYoga class?
In2shape Nutrition Programme
Massage Special Offer
Boost your omega 3 power
10 ways to survive Christmas day!
There are a number of different types of spondylolisthesis and they can cause back pain.
Osteoporosis can be the cause of the sudden onset of mid back pain in the 40's, 50's and 60's
Video with Chantel Prince the osteopath at the Angel Wellbeing Clinic talking about osteopathy.
There are a number of different types od headache, one of which is known as cervicogenic headache.
Piriformis syndrome can mimic a slipped disc or trapped nerve and cause sciatica and leg pain.
Video from our massage therapist about the common problems she sees at the Angel Wellbeing Clinic in Islington.
Slipped disc and trapped nerve in the neck can cause neck, shoulder and arm and hand pain.
London to Paris bike ride and how to prevent back ache when cycling.
Triathletes are wimps! Sports massage and the 2011 Ultraman.
Do you know there are different types of slipped discs?
Spinal stenosis and back pain
Ski related knee injuries
Video of self-help advice from the chiropractor about back pain.
Video about what to expect on your first visit to the chiropractor.
Runners knee is inflammation and irritation of the lower part of the iliotibial band as it rubs against the outside of the knee.
Spondylitis is often used to describe the changes to the back that can lead to back pain.
Sciatica is a specific type of back pain that occurs when the sciatic nerve is pinched, trapped or irritated.
One of the most commonly asked questions asked by patients is "what is the crack from my back when you manipulate it?" Hopefully this will answer your questions.
There has been new research into a strict calorific diet reversing markers of type 2 diabetes in a matter of days. Calorific restricition to this extent isn't the only way to tackle type 2 diabetes if it is caught early enough.
Iliotibial band syndrome or runners knee is common so is treating Vastus medialis the magic cure? Find out more by reading the complete article!
Effects of acupuncture on rates of pregnancy and live birth among women undergoing in vitro fertilisation: systematic review and meta-analysis