Mulberry Osteopaths

21 Manor Place,
Edinburgh EH3 7DX
0131 225 2012

Latest News and Blog

Homeworking and Exercise

Not surprisingly we are seeing plenty of patients that are still either working from home all the time or doing some sort of blended office working with a trip to the office two or three times a week. Initially, in the earlier days of the pandemic and the lock downs, the main issues we were […] ...Read more

Spring Gardening Tips

It’s that time of year when folk start to venture out into their gardens after the winter hibernation so here are a few tips that may save you some bother: Warm up – As with all exercise try some gentle stretching first, then work up gradually with lighter jobs which don’t require too much bending. […] ...Read more

Fit at Forty . . with dance

Scary birthdays It is a year of scary birthdays at Mulberry Osteopaths. Patrick has already announced that he is hitting the big 60 this year, although I’m not sure I believe him, he looks very well on it. Whereas I (Jane) will hit the big 40 in April – Eeeek – how did that happen, […] ...Read more

Plantar Fasciitis

Any achy feet out there after stomping around during the summer holidays? If you’re finding you have pain in the heel and along the sole of the foot especially when you take the first few steps in the morning then you may be suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. Plantar Fasciitis seems to just happen for no […] ...Read more

Five inventions that will keep osteopaths in business

I thought I’d look at a few inventions that will keep osteopaths in business for years to come . . . The Chair – Once upon a time man would squat when having a rest or a chat with a friend. It might seem surprising to many today but the human body is actually well […] ...Read more

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Aches and pains in the hand or wrist, numbness or pins and needles in the fingers and weakness when trying to grip something are all signs of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). If you do a search on ‘Dr.Google’ for information about CTS you’ll find that it’s all linked with squeezing of a nerve that runs […] ...Read more

Pain – The great motivator

As anyone that has been in to see us with an acute problem will know, there’s nothing like a bit of pain to incentivise recovery. Pain is the equivalent of that little flashing orange or red light on the dashboard of your car telling you that something needs attention. As osteopaths we’re obviously here to […] ...Read more

MOT and Service?

This is the time of year when the car goes in for its annual MOT and service, which should mean that it survives another Scottish winter. Obviously there is a legal requirement to put your car through this annual ritual to ensure that it’s safe enough to take out on the roads so there’s no […] ...Read more