Falls are a major cause of disability and the leading cause of mortality due to injury in older people aged over 75 in the UK.

Over 400,000 older people in England attend A&E Departments following an accident and up to 14,000 people a year die …

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Arthritis & Joint Health

Cartilage is not stagnant; it slowly undergoes remodelling. Proteoglycans, the building blocks of cartilage are slowly being laid down which …

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What do you know about Proprioception?

Proprioception is one of the senses, it tells us our body position, or how muscles talk to the brain. Proprioception …

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Have you considered Chiropractic while pregnant?

Regular chiropractic during pregnancy can relieve aches and pains. When you are pregnant your body undergoes dramatic physical and hormonal …

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What is Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that often starts in childhood, when the body is still growing and …

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is caused by pressure on a nerve in your wrist.

Every day many office staff, factory workers and many others receive micro-trauma to their hands and wrists. Vibration and repetitive …

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Ways to boost your immune system so it can help protect you

Ditch the processed foods! These foods are inflammatory and full of empty calories. They may contain trans-fats and sugar. Avoid …

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Don’t Be Chained To Your Computer

In this world of modern technology and the current situation, many people are now finding themselves working from home. In …

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To Ice or to Heat that is the question……

As a rule ice is for injuries and heat is for tightness What does ice do? Ice calms down damaged …

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Is Vitamin D something you should be taking serious this winter?

Often referred to as ‘the sunshine vitamin’, vitamin D is created when sunlight touches the skin. The positive effects of …

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