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Bolton Osteopath Alex Green practicing osteopathy in Bolton for more than sixteen years

Phone 01204 361 463 now for your appointment.


To find health should be the object of the physician. Anyone can find disease. A.T. Still

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Whatever your problem, you will have Bolton Osteopaths Alex, Zaheer or Henna’s undivided attention for your appointment. Alex, Zaheer or Henna will listen to your problem, explore your symptoms and do their best to give you the most appropriate and effective treatment, tailored specifically to the most important person in the room: you.

Osteopathic treatment is available for you in Manchester (Old Trafford), Cheshire (Sale Moor) and Bolton (town centre) from fully CRB checked, registered Bolton Osteopaths Alex Green, Zaheer Abbas and Henna Javed. No problem too big, no problem too small.

Alex, Zaheerand Henna love making people feel physically fantastic and care for sportsmen and women of all abilities. Regular patients include professional footballers from the local FA Premier League & Championship clubs, England team and other international teams including Norway, Nigeria & Australia.

The clinic also rehabilitates professional golfers, weight lifters and other elite athletes and artists. Cast members of popular international touring dance shows like ‘Lord of the Dance’ receive expert care at the clinic, so you know you are in the best possible hands.

Bolton Osteopath Alex Green has been practicing Osteopathy for over seventeen years and is an expert in dealing with all types of injuries. Alex, Zaheer and Henna are experienced in treating people who suffer from joint problems, muscle injuries, nerve pain, spinal pain including neck pain, upper back pain and lower back pain.
Alex is a certified practitioner in the treatment of “frozen shoulder”, and Zaheer has great experience in the care of professional weightlifters and champion power lifters. Henna is an excellent, enthusiastic all-round practitioner and all three of them can can also assist you in relieving headaches, sciatica, work and sports related injuries and repetitive strain injuries with excellent results

Alex has many years experience in working with babies and children. Please make an appointment to discuss how you may benefit.

Now Offering Running Technique Training

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GOsC Registration Numbers:  

Alex 4466/F

Zaheer 7648/F

Henna 9285/F  

BUPA provider number: 30031510 Alex withdrew from BUPA provider status in response to BUPA’s shameful treatment of its providers. Zaheer is still able to see clients with BUPA cover.

AXA PPP provider number: AG02796

AVIVA (Norwich Union) provider number: 600033491

Approved supplier to the FA Premier League Medical Care Scheme

PRUHEALTH Partner Number: PRU3609840

WPA Provider Number: 920087609

Associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine: 00691279

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How To Cope With Pain After Exercise

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Pain After Exercise

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If you’ve got into a new exercise routine but are finding that you’re in pain after most of your sessions, there are a few things you can do to help your body recover.

An article for Health 24 said that even though some people will tell you that if you don’t ache the next day you haven’t worked hard enough, this isn’t necessarily true.

Physical therapist Heather Henry, from University Hospitals Avon Health Center in Ohio, explained that there’s no evidence that you get stronger from having achy muscles than not.

However, she added that some soreness after exercise is normal, because it’s caused by the tiny tears in your muscles repairing themselves.

“Muscle soreness is a process of growth for the body,” Ms Henry commented. She cautioned that you shouldn’t use this as a measure of how successful your workout is though, noting that keeping track of your heart rate, speed and endurance over time is a better way to assess your progress.

Ms Henry advised anyone experiencing muscle soreness after exercise to loosen up with some light aerobic activity for ten to 15 minutes. If you don’t feel any pain after that, you’re fine to continue training and up the intensity.

If, however, you experience any significant pain it’s important that you stop straight away. This is your body’s way of warning you that you could be causing damage, and if you continue you’re likely to suffer from a much more serious injury.

To reduce inflammation, you can apply ice to the affected area up to 48 hours after exercising, while having a massage can also help.

Self also recently recommended making sure you stay well hydrated, both during and after any exercise session, as well as eating enough protein to help your muscles recover.

If you’re concerned about any pain you’re experiencing, it won’t hurt to book an appointment with our osteopath in Manchester who may be able to offer your advice, as well as reduce the level of pain you’re in.

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