An article in the Daily Telegraph 10/6/24 by Boudicca Fox

Leonard has recommended 5 tweaks to improve your posture, not just for the benefit of your back, but very good for most of your anatomy! According to osteopath James Davies, poor posture is a silent killer. It means we don’t achieve full lung capacity, and can impact our digestive system as well. Alan Nevies and.. read more →

How to future proof your knees

Alan Nevies and his colleagues at northlondonosteopaths recognize the importance of good mobility at all ages and stages of life. This comes more easily and naturally to patients in the lower age brackets. However, as we age, there are certain natural consequences including wear and tear on muscles and joints, and general stiffening, that mean.. read more →

Joint up thinking from northlondonosteopaths

Alan Nevies and his colleagues at northlondonosteopaths are always on the look out for latest news and views about the muscular skeletal system. In today’s Daily Telegraph, Sarah Knapton the science editor reports that millions of people, more women than men, are suffering from joint pain that exercise can help. Many of these people put.. read more →

Dem Bones Dem Bones

As osteopaths, Alan Nevies and his colleagues at northlondonosteopaths are very busy with bones (and muscles too!). An article in the Daily Telegraph,24/7/23, shared practical suggestions from Professor Kate Ward, Professor of Global Musculoskeletal Health at University of Southampton on how to keep your bones strong and healthy as you age. Get moving in midlife… read more →

SOS, SOJ Save Our Joints

Alan Nevies and his colleagues at would like to suggest the following tips to Save our Joints. Anyone who suffers from the misery of joint pain would confirm that Save Our Joints comes close behind Save Our Souls. Joint pain can be caused by a number of factors. They may be a delayed consequence.. read more →

Variations on a theme of are you sitting comfortably

At northlondonosteopaths Alan Nevies and his colleagues have been extolling the virtues of standing and moving. We are now saying you may sit after all (good news). On the floor (not such good news!) In the Sunday Telegraph 21/5/23 an article titled “How Sitting on the floor for 30 minutes a day can help you.. read more →

Blog not ageist or sexist but why women over 50 should lift weights

At northlondonosteopaths, Alan Nevies and his colleagues are keen to incorporate any new information and share it with the relevant patients. Peta Bee, writing in The Times UK 22/4/23 focuses on the needs of women, in their 40s and 50s, who are going through the perimenopause. Perimenopause is the transitional period before the menopause. During.. read more →

Reversing aging without a magic wand

At northlondonosteopaths Alan Nevies and his colleagues are always interested in developing strategies to prevent problems associated with the musculo-skeletal system. These are often connected to the age of the patient, and when we write letters to doctors about the patients that they have referred to us for treatment, name and DOB are at the.. read more →

Knees up mother/father Brown?!

In a very informative article in the Times UK 3/2/23 Peta Bee suggests 8 ways to keep your knees pain free. At Northlondonosteopaths Alan Nevies and his colleagues are always promoting tried and tested methods of keeping people moving with ease. Considering well functioning knees are such an important part of mobility which is such.. read more →

New year, you’ve heard it before but now’s the time to do it resolutions

As we find ourselves in the middle of January, Alan Nevies and his colleagues at northlondonosteopaths want to give you some useful tips to help keep you hale and hearty in the coming months. In the Times 22/10/22 the top health experts shared what they do for a healthier body and brain. The following made.. read more →