Willow Chiropractic

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May 11 2020


Willow Re-Opens

Willow Chiropractic will re-open its seven clinics in the Bristol area from Monday 11th May for both existing and new patients.  Working in conjunction with ...
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May 7 2020


Stay connected with friends and family

Life under lockdown has put a pause on our once busy social lives and we are unable to visit friends or family. But, we live ...
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Apr 30 2020


Exercising at home with our chiropractors

We’ve been posting daily videos of our Chiropractor’s on our YouTube channel to give you the best tips and routines to stick to while you’re ...
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Apr 23 2020


Stay in bed and don’t feel bad about it

It goes without saying that to keep your body healthy during lockdown, you need to stay active. But if one day you don't feel up ...
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Apr 16 2020


10 Things To Do During Isolation

Finding things to do at home when bored has become a leading challenge we didn't exactly account for when making 2020 plans. Still, we'll keep ...
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Apr 9 2020


Maintaining health and wellbeing during lockdown

During an unsettling time like this one, you may feel like things are very much out of your control. But there are still lots of ...
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Mar 23 2020


Our plans during the COVID-19 Pandemic

We know that your care is important to you. Many patients rely on us to stay pain-free; so, we have done our best to continue ...
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Sep 19 2019


Are aches & pains inevitable for over 50’s?

The conventional wisdom is that if you’re over 50, you can expect aches and pains to become a regular feature of life. But while ageing ...
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Sep 6 2019


40% of people will suffer with sciatica in their lifetime, but how can you avoid being one of them?

Sciatica is a term many people are familiar with as up to 40% of people will experience it in their lifetime (NICE 2016). But what ...
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Jul 24 2019


6 Neck & Shoulder Stretches to Do At Your Desk

Poor posture at work is one of the most common reasons why you may have suffered with neck, shoulder and back pain. You may also ...
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Jul 16 2019


What’s the difference between Physiotherapy, Chiropractic and Osteopathy?

Who actually knows how to describe what a Chiropractor does? How are they different from Physiotherapists? What about an Osteopath? Have you ever even heard ...
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Jul 3 2019


How To Cut Back On Sugar Entirely, and Why You Should

The case against sugar is mounting, with the Institute for Food, Brain and Behaviour (IFBB) warning about its dangers to your health. The IFBB notes that ...
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Jun 21 2019


So What Is Deep Tissue Massage Anyway?

With so many different types of massage out there, it can be difficult to understand what’s what, and what it’s for. I spoke to two ...
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May 30 2019


Your Gut, The Second Brain

2500 years ago, ancient Greek physician Hippocrates said that ‘all disease begins in the gut’. Whilst we’ve since proven that isn’t strictly true, he was ...
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May 24 2019


What is sciatica and how can you manage it?

Sciatica is possibly one of the most misunderstood ailments out there, yet also one of the most common. It is estimated that up to 40% of ...
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May 16 2019


The Truth About Technology and Mental Health

The average Brit checks their phone approximately 10,000 times a year.[1] Perhaps this sounds like a ridiculously high number, but that breaks down to only 28 ...