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What’s Causing Your Neck and Shoulder Pain?

What’s Causing Your Neck and Shoulder Pain?

Neck and shoulder pain is something that a lot of us experience from time to time. But for some it can be a real nuisance that causes us pain and can affect our lives. In this blog I thought I would try and answer some questions I am commonly asked by patients about...

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DIY related injuries and How To Avoid Them

DIY related injuries and How To Avoid Them

Whether you are an experienced DIYer or have just been filling your time with tasks during lockdown we need to make sure that you avoid DIY related injuries. In my mind there are two type of DIY related injuries we need to avoid. Potentially serious accidents related...

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Stretches for Crafters.

Stretches for Crafters.

Crafting, whether it be sewing, knitting, cross stitch or any other craft can be hard on the body. These stretches for crafters are designed to help you. In this blog not only will I discuss the stretches you can do to help relief achy arms, upper backs and necks but...

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How To Work Well From Home

How To Work Well From Home

If you have suddenly found yourself working from home due to the coronavirus lockdown, it's important to get your desk set up correctly. A correctly set up desk will allow you to avoid unnecessary aches and pains and work from home as safely as possible. In this blog...

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Our Guide to Booking a Chiropractic Appointment

Our Guide to Booking a Chiropractic Appointment

The ultimate guide to booking a chiropractic appointment with everything you will ever need to know Are you thinking about booking a chiropractic appointment but not sure how to choose a chiropractor or what will happen at your first appointment? This blog will go...

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How to Avoid Injuries Whilst Spring Cleaning

How to Avoid Injuries Whilst Spring Cleaning

The sun is starting to shine, the mornings and evenings are getting lighter. It must mean that spring is nearly here! For many of us that means spring cleaning. In fact 4th - 10th March is National Spring Cleaning Week so before you start the big spring clean spend a...

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Healthy habits, how to start and stick to them.

Healthy habits, how to start and stick to them.

There are several times of the year that we tend to think about starting healthy habits such as a new diet or exercise routine.  New Year, around the time of our birthday and several weeks before the summer holiday we have long planned. Often these times of the...

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Ways To Improve Your Health – Number 1

Ways To Improve Your Health – Number 1

So it is this time of the year that we are all thinking of ways of improving our lives and since January is powering on many of us may have already found that our willpower has not lasted as long as we had hoped. Or that we haven't quite managed the gym as often as we...

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Festive Low Back Injuries

Festive Low Back Injuries

Christmas is a fun and happy time. It can also be a hazardous one if this research is anything to go by. I see several patients every year with festive low back injuries that have been caused or made worse by certain Christmas activities. So in a bid to stop fun...

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Managing Pain whilst you are on Holiday

Managing Pain whilst you are on Holiday

If you have back pain or neck pain or any other chronic pain then sometimes thinking about holidays can be a bit of a worry. Hopefully you'll already be having the problem treated by a healthcare professional so it will be being managed. So although you may not...

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Why is posture important?

Why is posture important?

We hear a lot about good posture and bad posture but why is posture important, and why should we care about it? Well I suppose, in my opinion, there are two aspects of posture. Firstly, that our general posture day to day adapts to the activities we do most regularly....

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Could your desk posture be causing your pain?

Could your desk posture be causing your pain?

Many of us now spend a lot of time at our desks, so it is important to make sure you have a good desk setup. If you don't, you are more at risk for neck pain, back pain and headaches. In clinic I tend to see more people with muscle and joint problems from sitting all...

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