Osteopath Jonine Nash works on a patient with a combination of soft tissue massage, stretching and mobilisation. Photo: K.Y. ChengOsteopath Jonine Nash works on a patient with a combination of soft tissue massage, stretching and mobilisation. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Osteopath Jonine Nash works on a patient with a combination of soft tissue massage, stretching and mobilisation. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

How to deal with back problems: an osteopath shares tips on keeping the pain away

  • Long working hours in a sedentary posture with limited down time for rest and exercise can lead to upper back and neck restrictions
  • Osteopath Jonine Nash offers advice about how to ward off and combat such problems

Topic |   Wellness
Osteopath Jonine Nash works on a patient with a combination of soft tissue massage, stretching and mobilisation. Photo: K.Y. ChengOsteopath Jonine Nash works on a patient with a combination of soft tissue massage, stretching and mobilisation. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Osteopath Jonine Nash works on a patient with a combination of soft tissue massage, stretching and mobilisation. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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