3 Main Causes Of Neck Pain We have seen so many more of our clients this last 12 months develop neck pain. More working from home, more computers, and smart phones. I know so many of my friends who are not as fortunate as me and cannot go into the office, cannot see people or [...]
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How long does it take to correct chronic low back pain? The process can be sped up by avoiding these four simple things. We often start the diagnosis process with asking a series of questions tailored to our individual clients depending on their background, what they do day to day, in terms of being physical or [...]
Who Should I See A Chiro Or A Physio? One of the number one questions we get in the clinic is, what's the difference between a Chiropractor and a Physiotherapist? And there are rumours that there is inter fighting between the two-professions, similar to Ali and Frazier. My perspective though, it just isn't the case. [...]
Clicking Shoulder No Pain? Clicking, cracking shoulders, these are some of the noises we can hear when we move our shoulder joint around. It's very common when a shoulder begins to dysfunction that we'll start to hear creaking, grinding, cracking, and popping. Before we start to get pain. We treat this very commonly in the [...]
How Should I Be Sleeping When I Have A Back Spasm? What are best sleeping positions? What is the best mattress? What is the best pillow? Those are one of the most asked questions I hear from the patients. In this blog I will try to answer them. Three phases of sleep Let us look [...]
What pillow should I use for neck and shoulder pain? I often get asked, ‘Which pillow is best to sleep with?’ And it’s a very difficult question to answer. The reason being is that, there is not a one-size-fits-all pillow for everyone. It is dependent on what position you sleep in. Whether you have neck [...]
Why New Year Resolutions Don’t Work Yes, this year is the one, this is where I’m going to drop the 2 stone, I’m going to complete the 3 Peaks Challenge, I’m going to run a 5k In 30 minutes. This Is the year I know it. Sound familiar? I know I have been having these [...]
What is acute back pain? Generally, all musculoskeletal conditions can be acute or chronic. An acute back spasm is sudden and very intense. It is a kind of protective mechanism; its function is to warn us that painful tissues have been injured. This acute state might last up to two weeks. Worth noticing here is [...]
"But my pain isn't there" are words spoken by many patients. Many musculoskeletal issues, like back pain, are often non-attributable to standard tissue-related diagnosis and as a result, we need to focus on the interrelationship between muscles and their functions to understand those types of issues. This is related to the concept of regional interdependence [...]
Slipped disc, low back pain, sciatica? These are three of the most common conditions we see coming into the clinic on a day to day basis. When I first started Chiropractic, I had an idea of some of the things that I would be treating. And originally, I thought it was going to be mainly [...]