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of Back Pain

# 1 for Back Pain, Neck Pain and joint problems

Case Studies & Published articles//

This article was published in Today's Therapist Magazine (Now Choice & Wellbeing) and is a general introduction to the therapy and its benefits. Click here to read.

For all articiles published in Positive Health Magazine (8 in total) Click here to read.

This article covers both NSRT and Aromatherapy for spinal cord injuries. Click here to read.



This article was written by Pippa-Jane Thomas on a case study showing poitive success with NSRT and migraines. Click here to read.



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Published in February 2019, this is the latest article on NSRT by Carole Preen

Click here to read.

Back Pain - A modern day epidemic

“In 2003/4 back pain was the biggest cause of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs accounting for an estimated 4.9 million working days lost (Self-Reported Work Related Injuries (SWI)). This equates to 1 in every 6 days lost from work-related sickness absence, an average time off per worker of 19 days, and an estimated overall cost to the NHS, business and economy of £5 billion a year (source BackCare 2005)”.

This NHS blog from 2016 confirms how back pain is the  "largest single cause of disability in the UK"


The British Pain Society confirms that chronic pain costs the UK billions of pounds (2018).

National Statistics in the UK in 2019 suffering reported back pain can be found by clicking here.

The Burden of Back Pain article from NHS Wales


Train to become a practitioner

The diploma course is offered through Natural Therapeutics and is a blended course where you will study the theory at home and then attend practical workshops  in Thetford, Norfolk..  All courses are taught by Dan Stephens FCHP FFHHT CNHC Registered.

New Course dates for 2023


This is a very different therapy than anything else available. Why? Because the whole body is re-aligned every treatment, as opposed to only symtomatic areas being targeted. Further to this, peripheral joints can also be targeted if required with additional points. We do this so that not only the localised tissue is treated, but also any compensatory effects that may have occurred. This reduces recovery time and the need for ongoing adjustment and treatments.

Unlike manipulative therapies, there is no bone cracking or crunching and it is highly relaxing - most people drift off to sleep.

A non-invasive treatment
  • It is non –invasive (clothes kept on)

  • No forced manipulation - only light touch

  • It can’t hurt you or make you worse

  • Clients only need a few treatments (generally) and you feel the difference after the first session

  • It allows you to stop taking painkillers/anti-depressants

  • Thousands of successful case studies on record


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Want to book a treatment?

Dan Stephens takes bookings at our venue in Thetford

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