Working from home has become a reality for many people, and although many are returning to the office, plenty still are facing a permanent shift to some level of home working.
If you haven’t already, it’s a good idea to review your workspace to make sure your bones and muscles are sitting comfortably whilst you’re putting the hours in.read more
Is there anyone that can say that the global pandemic hasn’t impacted their activity levels in the past year?
With England continuing to progress through the roadmap out of the restrictions set, now is a good time to reflect on the good and not so good changes we have made in our day-to-day activities —how our movements have changed and what impact it has made on our bodies.read more
Frameworks Clinic has often treated sportsmen and women for injuries or misalignments sustained from hard training, whether in football, rugby or other sports we are all familiar with. But in...read more
With the clocks going back and the temperature plummeting this week, we’re really feeling the start of the colder months ahead. Whilst Autumn is a beautiful season with all the trees turning gold...read more
It’s that time of year again when all the children head off to a new school or start a new year of learning and discovery. Whilst the summer holidays are a wonderful time of fun and play for the...read more
Holidays. A break from the normal routine. We’ve put together some top tips to make sure your back is protected as you do things you might not usually do on holiday.read more
We love our gardens. Seeing how they develop over time, how they change with the seasons. They give us our own little place to sit quietly with a cup of tea and a paper or to run around with the...read more
Here are our #5 top tips for reducing back pain and enjoying pain free time with your new bundle of joy!read more
It’s not just tennis elbow and wrist problems we need to be mindful of, however: tennis can also create or worsen lower back injuries. As we dish out our strawberries and cream and settle down to...read more