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
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“How should I set up my desk?” “Is lying on my back the best position?” “What type of mattress should I get if sleeping with a bad back?” We get asked a lot about the best postures to look after your spine, and today I’m going to answer them for you. There’s one posture […]
This Back Awareness Month we are looking at what causes back pain? The answer is simple. Stress! Certain things might jump to your mind when you think of stress, however there are many different types of stress. Let’s break them down into the 3 main types. Physical Stress This is all about how you look […]
The second most common question we get asked when booking an initial consultation is: ‘what should I wear?’ The most common one is about parking. No matter what you’re visiting the chiropractor about, whether it’s low back pain, sciatica or a sports injury, the answer is the same: come as you are. At your initial appointment […]
Is It Bad to Click Your Neck? We get asked this question in our centres a lot. Often just after someone cracks their neck in front of us during their initial appointment. So, is it bad? Yes and no. It all depends on if you’re doing it intentionally or not and how often. Some people […]
While there are some normal aches and pains to ageing, these can be mitigated by taking the right precautions. Find out more in our article.