Osteopathy room rental / Physiotherapy room rental


Therapy Room Hire

Clinic Therapy Room available to rent /hire on Doctors Lane Henley In Arden


Room Rates:

Rates are fair and reasonable. Please enquire for therapy rooms to rent with Dynamic Osteopaths In Henley In Arden.

If it is your first time, you are having problems, or would simply like to book a room the old fashioned way, please do not hesitate to contact us on: 07966 317712.

Alternatively, e-mail us at info@dynamicosteopaths.com.

Further information can be found at Dynamic Osteopaths Clinic



What are the consequences of poor lifting technique?

Back pain and sciatica


We have all been told over and over that we should always bend at the knees and keep a straight back when lifting.  What happens if you don’t do this? CASE STUDY:

20 year old male patient, that began experiencing lower back pain and morning stiffness, which has steadily worsened to the point where he is now in constant pain and finds it difficult to work.

At the base of the spine, it was identified that the last vertebral disc had become greatly reduced compared to the other disc spaces in his spine.

This is a degenerative process that greatly accelerates if the back joints are readily subjected to high levels of strain during lifting.

Bending at the knees and keeping a straight back when we lift keeps this strain to a minimum. This is otherwise known as keeping  a natural spine!

Although Osteopathic treatment may help relieve the pain and stiffness that occurs in a case like this, the real cure is to make sure that you look after your lower back in the first place

Further information can be found at http://www.dynamicosteopaths.com or please contact us on info@dynamicosteopaths.com



The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in your body, running from your lower back, through your pelvis and buttocks and all the way down both legs, to your feet. Any pain caused by irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve is often referred to as Sciatica. The pain caused radiates out from your lower back down to your calf; this pain ranges from mild to very painful.

Causes of sciatica

The most common cause of Sciatica is disc injuries (mentioned in a previous blog here by Dynamic Osteopaths) and is often referred to as a ‘slipped disc’. Other common causes can involve lumbar spinal stenosis (spinal foramen narrowing), degenerative disc disease (arthritis / spondylosis) and pregnancy. Less common causes include injuries, infections, or growth in the spine.

Symptoms of sciatica

If you are suffering from Sciatica you will experience at least one of the following symptoms;

1) Constant dull pain in one side of your buttocks or leg.

2) Felling of burning or tingling down your leg.

3) Numbness and difficulty when moving your leg or foot.

4) When you stand or walk you experience difficulty due to a sharp pain.

5) When sitting the pain worsens.

Treatment of Sciatica

Acute sciatica may pass without the need for actual treatment, however it is always important to get it checked by your osteopath. Meanwhile to help relieve the symptoms you can take over the counter painkillers, apply hot or cold packs to the area and perform light exercise. In more chronic case of sciatica when pain is persistent, here at Dynamic Osteopaths we provide light manual therapy along side a structured exercise programme under supervision to help ease your symptoms and provide a better recovery. Failing all means of conservative treatment by your osteopath an epidural steroid injections can also be delivered at the source of the inflamed sciatic nerve root to help alleviate the pain. If the pain has not been relieved with manual or medical treatments as stated above then surgery may be needed, but this is very uncommon.

Prevention of Sciatica

To help prevent sciatica there are some measures you can put in place to minimise your risk of a back injury or ‘slipped disc’ that could lead to sciatica. Firstly, you need to ensure you have a good posture and if you are required to lift heavy objects at work you need to ensure your lifting technique is suitable to stop injury. Secondly, before you participate in any form of exercise ensure you stretch and when you have finished the exercise session stretch again. Lastly, there are some very simple and regular exercise that you should perform to help improve your flexibility to minimise the risk of a back injury.

For further information on sciatica and the treatment/management of sciatica please contact Dynamic Osteopaths on the following:

W: http://www.dynamicosteopaths.com
E: info@dynamicosteopaths.com
T: 07966 317712

Dynamic Osteopaths have osteopathic clinics operating out of Henley In Arden Warwickshire, Solihull and Harborne Birmingham.

Sports Medicine: Back pain and Exercise

With in musculoskeletal medicine, specifically back pain, it can often be identified that back pain a hugely related to muscular responsiveness and how exercise in clinical formats can vastly reduce back pain and delay forms of invasive surgery.

The below link explains this further, providing real case studies.

Sports Medicine: Back pain and Exercise

For further information contact Dynamic Osteopaths

Dynamic Osteopaths have clinics operating out of Solihull and Birmingham.

Sports Medicine: The benefit of neuromuscular training and rehab in athletes – ACL study

As participation in high-demand sports has increased over the past decade, so has the number of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in teens and young adults. In a study appearing in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery(JBJS), it was found that neuromuscular training for high school and college-age athletes – which focuses on the optimal way to bend, jump, land and pivot the knee – is an effective and inexpensive way to avoid ACL damage, which ultimately relates to high demand on costs and time.

The ACL is a critical ligament that stabilizes the knee joint. An ACL injury, one of the most common sports injuries, often requires surgery and a lengthy period of rehabilitation. Recent research has found that screening tools such as a “hop test” or isokinetic dynamometer which measure muscle strength to identify neuromuscular deficits, as well as neuromuscular training programs, may reduce ACL injuries.


Researchers evaluated three strategies for young athletes: no training or screening, universal neuromuscular training, and universal screening with neuromuscular training for identified high-risk athletes only. 


  • On average, universal training reduced the incidence of ACL injury by 63%, while the screening program, on average, reduced the incidence rate by 40%.
  • Out of 10,000 athletes, the model predicted 300 ACL injuries in the no-screening group, 110 in the universal training group, and 180 in the universal training/screening for “at risk” athletes group.

While it is not a surprise that training was more cost-effective than no intervention, the  magnitude of the benefit was significant.

Dynamic Osteopaths explain how this further identifies the huge benefit and importance that the correct form of clinical rehabilitation is performed and what effect this can have on prevention and cost effective treatment.

Proprioceptive neuromuscular training has huge benefits in creating dynamic joint stabilization and biomechanical control, which ultimately allows the joint to function at its strongest in the most optimal form.

For further information and how these an be treated please contact Dynamic Osteopaths on the link provided.

Alternatively contact the clinic at:

Osteopathic clinics out of Henley In Arden, Solihull and Harborne Birmingham.

Exercise rehabilitation based in Central Solihull.


Spinal Disc Problems

Dynamic osteopaths in Henley In Arden and Birmingham and aiming to promote public awareness and knowledge on the spinal disc problems and what effects these can have on daily living.

Dynamic Osteopaths are also aiming to promote prevention of disc related pain and dysfunction through levels of conservative management.

For further information on Spinal Disc Problems please follow the link provided here.

For further information and how these an be treated please contact Dynamic Osteopatha on the link provided.

Alternatively contact the clinic at:

Osteopathic clinics out of Henley In Arden, Solihull and Harborne Birmingham.

Exercise rehabilitation based in Central Solihull.

Warwickshire Golf Union lecture on Golf Performance and Injury within competitive and professional golf – Adam Whatley Registered Sports Osteopath

Lecture at the Stonebridge Golf Club on Performance and Injury Prevention within Professional and Amature Golfers By Sports Osteopath Adam Whatley.

Related Subject – Biomechanics within golf and it relations with performance and injury.

Follow link provided here for further information on Golfing Performance and Injury

Dynamic Osteopaths are registered osteopaths exercise specialists that have a particular interest in golf related performance and injuries.

Sports Osteopath Adam R Whatley is practicing out of Henley in Arden, Solihull and Harborne Birmingham.

Further information can be found at Dynamic Osteopaths

Alternately contact the clinic on info@dynamicosteopaths.com or call the clinic mobile on 079663 17712.