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Sleeping Are you having problems with you your back or sleeping – The British Chiropractic Association has put together a document and video below that may have the answers that you are looking for…… Consumer research, carried out in March 2013 on behalf of the British Chiropractic Association, found that 30% of those suffering from back or neck pain put their problem down to their sleeping position/mattress/pillow. Tim Hutchful, from the Read More


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Gardening Enjoy your gardening with this great advice direct from the British Chiropractic Association. Clothes – Don’t wear clothes that are tight or could constrict your movement. Warm Up – Gardening is like any other exercise; you need to warm up first. Don’t go straight into heavy garden work; start off with lighter jobs, as this will lessen the chance of muscle strain. Clever spring pruning – Get as close Read More


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Driving The British Chiropractic Association has recently put together some helpful advice about those regularly spending a lot of time driving and commuting to work……. As if the daily commute is not bad enough, new research has found that 19% of the UK workforce feel that their daily commute is leaving them with neck, back and muscle pain. The research from BUPA found that car drivers particularly are the most affected, with 64% Read More


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DIY If you are keen at DIY, The British Chiropractic Association has some great tips to help avoid any problems with your back and posture. DIY projects People in some parts of the UK are unlikely to be gardening, but there will be plenty of indoor projects to be getting on with. * When using a ladder or steps, make sure you are always facing it, keeping your shoulders, hips and Read More

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Back Pains The British Chiropractic Association have put together an informative video about how to deal with back pains.

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Back Pain Back Pain can be one of the most debilitating of problems leading to stress, anxiety and more back pain.  Many people can find themselves in this seemingly never ending cycle.  This can be especially problematic for the self-employed as more and more working days are lost due to back pain. But it’s not all bad news . . . we have seen thousands of patients over our years Read More