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We're now inviting routine and non-urgent cases back into our practice

We're delighted to say that we now have the go-ahead to invite routine and non-urgent cases back into our Salisbury practice. Tisbury will be reopening on Monday 6th July 2020 and, as yet, we are unsure about Wilton.
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We're re-opening with a restricted service...

Not Just Backs in Salisbury will be reopening a restricted service from Tuesday 26th May. Tisbury and Wilton will not be operating yet. Find out more.
Not Just Backs in Salisbury will be re-opening & providing a restricted service from Tuesday 26th May. Our Tisbury and Wilton practices will not be operating yet. Until the gover… https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2020/opening-restricted-service/

Patient Of The Month: March 2020

Jo Brown is March's Patient of the Month. She has been regularly been receiving treatment from our osteopath Mike in Salisbury.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2020/patient-month-march-2020/

Treatment For All Ages

As osteopaths, we love looking after members of the same family throughout the generations. It’s why we love our jobs. Find out more.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2020/treatment-all-ages/

Osteopath Vs Chiropractor – the differences explained

Want to finally deal with those pesky aches and pains? Here are the difference between an Osteopath and Chiropractor explained.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2020/osteopath-versus-chiropractor/

Patient Of The Month: February 2020

Mel from Salisbury is our Patient of the Month for February. We caught up with her to discuss her experience & treatment with Not Just Backs.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2020/patient-month-february-2020/

Does your spinal shape affect how you exercise?

The spine is made up of several bones called vertebrae which are stacked upon each other, with a disc in between.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2020/how-does-spinal-shape-affect-exerice/

Patient Of The Month: January 2020

It’s common for patients to come into our clinic and blame the weather for their elevated pain levels. Find out more here.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2020/patient-month-january-2020/

Why the shoulder is such a pain…

The acromioclavicular (AC) joint is between the bony bit at the end of your shoulder and your collarbone.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2018/121/acromioclavicular-joint/

Looking After Your Back This Winter

It’s common for patients to come into our clinic and blame the weather for their elevated pain levels. Find out more here.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2018/121/looking-after-your-back-winter/

Aching shoulders (continued)

Shoulder pain can be difficult to shift. Due to the highly mobile nature of the shoulder and the fact that the shoulder has less integrity than many other joints, there is an increased risk of injury to its structures.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2018/121/aching-shoulders-continued/

Aching shoulders? Here’s why…

Many of you will have read the title of this blog and thought to yourself “yeah, actually I do have achy shoulders, how did they know?” Well it's an easy guess. The majority of people that have worked a desk-based job, for an extended period of time will …
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Shoulder pain – why is it so common?

Shoulder Pain is a common complaint and is treated regularly at our clinic at Not Just Backs. In fact, it can be caused by a number of conditions and is one of the largest reasons for people seeking osteopathic treatment.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2018/102/shoulder-pain/

How do you prevent frequent bouts of back pain?

There is a very good chance that at some point in your life, you've experienced back pain.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2018/102/preventing-frequent-back-pain-bouts/

Is it possible to live with back pain?


Are you living with back pain? If so, we really sympathise with you. If you’re not used to pain then it can be a real shock and very traumatic not being able to move properly.


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Got a child at school?

Like adults, children can also suffer from back pain as a result of a variety of different lifestyle activities; and like adults, there are a number of things that parents and carers can do to prevent issues arising…
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Bone and Joint Health Action Week!

It’s Bone and Joint Health Action Week! That means it’s an ideal time to learn how to keep your bones and joints healthy while taking steps to keep them in the best possible condition.
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2018/101/bone-joint-health-action-week/

Lateral stenosis – what is it?

Spinal stenosis is condition in which the bone channel that carries the spinal nerves narrows. In most patients it is a degenerative condition, though it can be congenital, which is why it’s most commonly found in older people – generally above the age of…
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Spinal stenosis – can osteopathy and exercise help?

While it is better to try and keep your spine healthy through your younger years to prevent spinal stenosis from occurring, once we reach the age of 60, it is considered normal to find degeneration in both the discs and the spine – much like those grey ha…
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The ageing back – what is spinal stenosis?

Spinal stenosis is condition in which the bone channel that carries the spinal nerves narrows. In most patients it is a degenerative condition, though it can be congenital, which is why it’s most commonly found in older people – generally above the age of…
Got any questions or simply want to know more? Fill in the form below and we'll get in touch! … https://www.notjustbacks.com/blog/2018/091/spinal-stenosis/

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