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May Getaway

May Getaway

The first May Bank Holiday is a great opportunity to get away, whether for day trips, the weekend or the start of a longer break. Unfortunately, many others have the same idea too! If you are facing a long or potentially delayed journey, keep our car travel tips in mind. Make adjustments – If you […]

State of the nation’s back health revealed

State of the nation’s back health revealed

The British Chiropractic Association maps Brit’s back and neck pain New consumer research from the British Chiropractic Association launched to mark Chiropractic Awareness Week has found significant differences in the number of people experiencing back or neck pain across Britain, with rates between regions varying by more than 17%. The research revealed that people in […]

DIY on your Easter Break?

DIY on your Easter Break?

With the weather forecast looking miserable, many of us will be spending the weekend starting some of those 2018 home DIY projects. Here are some helpful tips for DIY enthusiasts from the British Chiropractic Association. Reach for the sky – When painting a ceiling, think about how to get the largest amount of paint on […]

New research shows movement and physical activity is the best treatment for backpain

New research shows movement and physical activity is the best treatment for backpain

New research, published in the Lancet and which included chiropractors as contributing authors, shows movement and physical activity is the best treatment for backpain. BCA President, Catherine Quinn, said “The British Chiropractic Association welcome the publication of the Lancet’s series on low back pain which suggests that in the West, we are over medicalising low […]

Ski/Board Safely

Ski/Board Safely

For those venturing to the slopes this season, the BCA has some great advice Despite common assumptions that a ski or boarding injury is most likely to occur on the first day, Matthew Bennett, BCA Chiropractor and the first to work with the British Alpine Ski team, comments: “After three days of skiing using unaccustomed […]

New Year Resolutions?

New Year Resolutions?

Are you starting 2018 determined to be fitter and healthier? January usually sees a surge in gym membership, with people wanting to loose some unwanted weight or fulfilling a new year resolution to live a healthier lifestyle. It’s important to remember that taking on exercise regimes your body is not used to can take its […]

Autumn in the garden

Autumn in the garden

Autumn brings a whole raft of garden tasks; time to cut back the dead plants, clear up leaves, do winter planting and get ready for winter. Our bodies are very well adapted to a variety of tasks, but we need to be careful not to take advantage of this and push our bodies to breaking […]

Celebrating Older People

Celebrating Older People

October 1st is The International Day of Older Persons, a United Nations when the issues affecting older people can be highlighted and discussed. Helping people to retain strength and mobility as they age aids in falls prevention and increases quality of life. Like so many things, the earlier you start the better. Tim Hutchful from […]