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Could driving be causing you back or neck pain?

Posted on 25 October 2016 by James Barber
Tags: Back Pain, Neck Pain, Posture

For many people driving is a routine activity but too much time spent in a car seat is bad news for our backs causing 50% more pressure on the lumbar discs compared to standing up.

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Why choose chiropractic over pain medication?

Posted on 24 October 2016 by Matthew Freeman
Tags: Headaches, Medication, Pain

Many people suffer years or even decades of pain, using pain relief medication to try and continue a normal life - this is not a good long term strategy!

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Back pain - a huge problem

Posted on 23 October 2016 by Gus Nixon
Tags: Back Pain

The research is in, the stats are ominous, it’s certainly no surprise to hear that back pain is a huge problem for a staggering percentage of the population.

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Run - for your life!

Posted on 27 September 2016 by Michael Gallagher
Tags: Exercise, Sport, Wellbeing

You may have seen the great crowds of people in Bristol city centre on the last weekend in September; braving the rain in brightly coloured shorts and fancy dress. What were these crazy people doing? And why would anyone want to run 13 miles?

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Defy expectations and live life to the full for longer!

Posted on 21 September 2016 by Hanna Schofield
Tags: Active Ageing, Exercise, Wellbeing

One of chiropractors’ biggest pet hates, and something we hear a lot, is “It’s just age isn’t it, nothing you can do about it”. Too many people use this as an excuse not to try when in fact, there is a lot you can do about it ...

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Are you passionate about what you do?

Posted on 16 September 2016 by Sam Williamson
Tags: Performance

There is absolutely no point partaking in activities that you don’t like or that you feel are just okay, because you simply won’t put your all into it.

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Be the best you can be - whatever your age

Posted on 15 September 2016 by Dane Jacks
Tags: Performance, Sport, Wellbeing

Ask yourself one question; “What is preventing me from being physically and mentally the best I can be?” Then, if you want some examples of what the human body is capable of, look no further than the Rio 2016 Paralympics.

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Helping your body to withstand stress and prevent injury

Posted on 12 September 2016 by Matthew Smith
Tags: Exercise, Posture

Injuries, aches and pains - we all suffer from them. But have you ever wondered what causes them and whether there is anything you can do to help prevent them from happening?

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Willow Chiropractic - helping runners perform their best in The Great Bristol Half Marathon

Posted on 01 September 2016 by Willow Chiropractic
Tags: Exercise, Sport

The Great Bristol Half Marathon takes place on 25th September. If you have been inspired by the brilliant performances of Team GB at the 2016 Rio Olympics why not set yourself a new personal challenge!

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Last minute adjustment for silver medalist, Henrik Stenson

Posted on 26 August 2016 by Laura Please
Tags: Performance, Sport

Did you spot any of the chiropractors hard at work behind the scenes at Rio 2016? With just 4 holes remaining in the final of Olympic golf, Sweden’s Henrik Stenson took a break for his chiropractic adjustment.

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Achieve YOUR olympic dreams

Posted on 22 August 2016 by Gus Nixon
Tags: Exercise, Sport, Wellbeing

Usain Bolt, the fastest man the world has ever seen and a passionate user of chiropractic care says, "I don't always win gold medals but when I do I get adjusted first. Stay healthy my friends!"

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Small changes in your life can have a massive benefit

Posted on 15 August 2016 by Erika Haglund
Tags: Diet & Hydration, Exercise, Stress, Wellbeing

Did you know that a small change in your life can have a massive benefit for you in multiple ways, both short term and long term? It takes just 30 days to make something into a habit, or to change to a new a behaviour - that's not so long is it?

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