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Your garden - the perfect outdoor gym

Posted on 02 August 2016 by Laura Please
Tags: Back Pain, Wellbeing

Exercise is an essential part of life, but not always the most appealing. And who wants to slog away in the gym when the sun is shining? At this time of year, your own back garden can be the ideal place to achieve a great mind and body workout.

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Do the hippy hippy squat

Posted on 02 August 2016 by Matthew Freeman
Tags: Pain, Posture

As chiropractors we see a huge number of people with low back and pelvic pain and this is, very commonly, associated with poor hip health and mobility. Just why is it so prevalent and what can you do to help reduce your chance of needing this?

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Improve your swing with chiropractic care!

Posted on 02 August 2016 by Liam Rice
Tags: Back Pain, Pain Relief, Sport

Successful golf pro's look after their bodies and that makes all the difference. Rory McIlroy's most recent advert on TV showed him training in the gym and being adjusted by his Chiropractor in preparation for the Masters.

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Exercise - a better cure for knee pain than surgery

Posted on 02 August 2016 by Ian Orr
Tags: Exercise, Pain relief

History repeats itself as researchers yet again show how 10,000s of knee operations performed every year in the UK would produce no better results than an exercise programme.

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Fascinating spine facts

Posted on 01 August 2016 by Angus Blance
Tags: Wellbeing

Isn’t it a funny thing, we all have one and it’s used in everything we do, but until it actually starts to go wrong, or cause us pain, we hardly ever think about our spine!

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Hydration - how much should we drink and why?

Posted on 13 July 2016 by Sam Donaldson
Tags: Diet & Hydration

We are often told we don't drink enough water. But how much is enough? And what are the benefits of good hydration? Sam Donaldson explains...

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Ten tips to help you avoid or address the causes of neck pain

Posted on 12 July 2016 by John Gil
Tags: Neck Pain, Wellbeing

Have you ever woken up with a cricked, painful neck, that feels as though you have slept in a draught? Here are some top tips to help you avoid or address unwelcome neck pain.

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Kick start your day the right way

Posted on 12 July 2016 by Hanna Schofield
Tags: Diet & Hydration

A fast-paced, working life can make it hard to maintain a healthy, balanced diet. Kick start your day with this delicious Bircher Muesli - its easy to make and is a great source of energy - why not give it a go.

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We are how we move - the benefits of going barefoot

Posted on 12 July 2016 by Matthew Freeman
Tags: Posture

The amount of time you spend walking barefoot, especially on natural and uneven surfaces, could help improve strength and mobility in your entire body...

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Do you want to live to be 100 years old?

Posted on 11 July 2016 by Mitch Quoi
Tags: Wellbeing

Do you want to live to 100 years old? Of course - although it does depend on the quality of life I still have. This is the answer that I hear most of the time...

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Don’t let holiday preparations put extra strain on your spine...

Posted on 05 July 2016 by John Gil
Tags: Family Health

Cooking, cleaning, reaching, wrapping, hanging, hugging, lifting. The Daily Mail found that women report being far more stressed-out over holiday preparations...

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Walking Football - a winning sport for over 50s

Posted on 05 July 2016 by Ian Orr
Tags: Sport

With well over 400 Walking Football teams currently playing nationwide, this new sport, designed to get over 50's out of their comfy armchairs and back into exercise, is proving to be a real winner...

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