Welcome to our Chiropractic blog!
The main content of this blog will be:
What conditions Chiropractic and massage can help with and how
Advice on how best to look after your back
Advice on maintaining a healthy and holistic lifestyle
Stories from our patients about how they got along with Chiropractic
Research relevant to our Chiropractic patients
Our aim is to give lots of unbiased information that is offered to you in the quickest, most accessible way and we promise to keep the language simple so everyone can understand it. In exchange for this information that we freely give, all we ask is that you like, comment and share our posts so more people get to learn and ensure they have the healthiest spines they can have! Feel free to say hello in the comments to show you’re on board!
Does chiropractic treatment hurt? As chiropractors, one of the most common questions we get asked is ‘does it hurt?’. Many people feel nervous about seeking chiropractic care due to fear that the chiropractic adjustments, or ‘manipulation’, may cause them pain either during or after they have been treated. A host of viral videos on social […]
The Chiropractic Centre: Bristol does Tough Mudder On Saturday 19th August 2017 The Chiropractic Centre: Bristol team ran the South West Tough Mudder. We completed the 10+ mile course and 21 obstacles in under 4 hours. Despite being dunked in frozen water, being thrown over high walls and electrocuted we finished with smiles on our […]
Headaches Do you suffer from headaches or migraines? For those of you who have visited us here at The Chiropractic Centre: Bristol, you would recognise this question, regardless of the reason you came in to see us. It has been estimated that 10 million people in the UK suffer from headaches on a regular basis (nhs.uk). […]
Most people associate crawling with babies, however we explore the idea that you are never too old to stop and that the benefits of doing so are huge.
We are covered in a complex web of fascia that holds us together. Restrictions can build up in this fascia and contort your body and spine causing aches and pains