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Neck Pain

Neck pain is a leading cause of disability, and is the fourth most common health condition out of 291 reported worldwide. Chronic neck pain can be quite…

Wellbeing & Self-help

Here you will find a selection of studies that report the effects of attending Alexander lessons on wellbeing, as well as illustrating the self-help nature of…

Self-efficacy and self-care-related outcomes following Alexander Technique lessons for people with chronic neck pain in the ATLAS randomised, controlled trial

European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2017; doi: 10.1016/j.eujim.2017.11.006 Woodman J, Ballard K, Hewitt C, MacPherson H. BRIEF SUMMARY This study is…

Alexander Technique and Hypermobility

Hypermobility is a connective tissue condition (usually inherited) in which the body’s collagen is more elastic than the ‘norm’, leading to increased…

2008

What the Alexander Technique is and how it can help with Back problems

To find out more about how the Alexander Technique can help with back problems and the current evidence, download the document below.

Neck Pain

To date, one large randomised controlled clinical trial and two smaller studies have been conducted to evaluate the outcome of Alexander lessons for people…

Pain: Other

In addition to studies exclusively involving people with chronic back or neck pain, several studies have assessed the effect of Alexander lessons for people…

2008

Link to ATEAM trial in BMJ site

Link to ATEAM economic evaluation in BMJ website

Help with pain

The Alexander Technique is powerful, drug-free and non-invasive. It addresses the causes of pain, when these are related to poor posture or misuse, and…

Back problems

The Alexander Technique offers significant, long-term benefits to the problem of back pain. Back pain is a national problem. It is one of the most common…