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FEATURE How I beat scoliosis

2015 (Vol. 26 Issue 6)

Never have an operation unless it's life or death

FEATURE Getting whipped into shape

2014 (Vol. 25 Issue 1) /

The aftershocks of whiplashcan be psychological as well as physical, but osteopathy can handle both, saysDr Harald Gaier

FEATURE Going, going...gone

2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 5)

Sotheby's chairmanHenry Wyndham suffered bad back pain for six months until he tried a therapy hecalls "the best kept secret in the world"

FEATURE Burning fat or keeping fit?

2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

We've all been imbued with the notion that regular exercise will keep us trim

FEATURE Whiplash

2009 (Vol. 20 Issue 1) /

The injury most commonly occurs in car crashes that involve a vehicle coming to a sudden stop, while the bodies of the driver and any passengers continue to move forward, according to the law of momentum

FEATURE Whiplash

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 5)

Whiplash is the term used to describe when the soft tissue of the spine is stretched and strained after the body has been suddenly jolted backwards and forwards in a whip-like movement

FEATURE Whiplash away

2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 5)

What is one of the most common causes of illness in the West? Diet? Contagion? Genetics? No, lawyers

FEATURE Ms: slow motion poisoning

1997 (Vol. 7 Issue 12) /

What we term "multiple sclerosis" doesn't really exist as a recognizable entity

FEATURE Concussion

1994 (Vol. 5 Issue 5) /

Post-concussion syndrome is a common development after a car crash or any accident which involves so-called closed head injury

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