Flexibility - What are the benefits?

Flexibility – What are the benefits?

Stretching your body to have more suppleness and flexibility has extraordinary health and physical benefits and can have a positive effect on your overall well-being. Improved flexibility may help to improve your day to day activities, decrease your risk of injury and pain and help your joints move through their full range of motion –…

Eating for strong muscles!

Eating for strong muscles!

Strength training workouts at the gym are great for building muscle strength and endurance, but your muscles need proper nutrition or what you do at the gym won’t matter much! Just like your bones need Vitamin D and Calcium, your muscles need protein to stay strong and healthy. Women on average should get 46 grams…

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Take a swing at Forearm Pain

It’s summertime again and when the sun shines and the great outdoors beckons, we restart our favourite sports.  As a result of this, we see an increase in forearm repetitive strain injuries due to overuse. Two of the most popular injuries that occur involve forearm pain they are golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow.  Incredibly even…

Ditch that Poorly Fitting Bra!

Ditch that Poorly Fitting Bra!

There are numerous reasons why 80% of women are wearing the wrong size bra – ignorance, embarrassment or just plain laziness!  Unfortunately ill fitting lingerie is bad for your health! Lets be honest – pain and discomfort makes our lives harder.  Chronic issues put us in a bad mood, they add to our stress and…

Could Running Be Good For Your Knees?

Could Running Be Good For Your Knees?

In the not too distant past, people suffering from Arthritis were advised not to jog as the additional stress could further injure the cartilage in your knees!  However the results of some recent research studies, fly in the face of conventional wisdom – running may actually be good for your knees! Here’s How! A Swedish…

Online Booking

Online Booking

You can use the online booking system to make your follow up appointments for: Chiropractic: Available appointments are: a follow up (standard) chiropractic treatment (please only choose this option if you have had the initial consultation already); the free pre-assessment check; Initial Consultation and Re-Examinations (for those of you that may not have been in…

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Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

RSI refers to aches and pains in your upper body caused by repetitive movements and poor posture at work.  It is also called occupational overuse injury and overuse syndrome. RSI mainly affects your arms,elbows, wrists, hands, fingers, neck and shoulders. You can get this condition from a wide range of occupations and activities.  You may…

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Headaches – What Are They?

The causes of headaches are numerous, but Chiropractic treatment has been proven to be very effective in the treatment of certain types of headaches! But what type of  headaches can Chiropractic treatment help with? Chiropractic treatment can help with headaches where the pain typically develops in the neck, although the pain is felt in the…

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Bones – Foods To Keep Them Strong!

Eating the right balance of nutrients, vitamins and minerals to keep your body’s systems functioning properly and to keep your bones strong and healthy is essential – eating right is not all about managing your weight! It is very easy to get so focused on the fat and calories in the food we eat, we…

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Flying – How to avoid back pain!!

Its Summer!! Most of us will be jetting off to sunnier climes or having a well earned staycation!  However if you already suffer with back pain, flying can be quite a daunting prospect! Back pain is one of the most common ailments there is, with millions of sufferers in the U.K. alone.  Travelling with back…