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Should my spine be curved?

By |July 3rd, 2018|

The short answer is yes. Let me explain why… Looking from the side, your spine should have 3 curves. A curve in the neck, mid back and lower back. The curves in your neck and lower back curve inwards and are called lordotic curves. Your mid back curves outward and is called a kyphotic curve. [...]

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Exercise and lower back pain

By |February 9th, 2018|

We were designed to move… which is increasingly problematic in our modern lives where we can sit down for upwards of 8-10 hours every day. Movement keeps joints and muscles healthy, and it makes sense that movement and exercise would have a beneficial effect on back pain, but what does the research say? Studies show [...]

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3 Common Ligament Injuries and their Causes

By |October 19th, 2017|

1. Lateral ankle ligaments The most commonly injured ligaments in the human body are the lateral ligaments of the ankles. In fact, ankle sprains account for 3-5% of A & E visits in the UK which equates to +- 5600 incidences each day. The movement involved is called ankle inversion and is the primary mechanism [...]

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3 common running injuries and how shockwave therapy may help

By |March 24th, 2017|

1. Achilles tendinopathy This is a condition that causes pain, stiffness and swelling of the Achilles tendon (where your calf muscles attach to the heel). It is thought to be caused by microtrauma or repeated small injuries to the Achilles tendon. The theory is that the Achilles tendon does not heal completely after each injury [...]

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3 common causes of lower back pain

By |January 23rd, 2017|

Sitting We live in a time where we sit for anywhere between 8-10 hours/day. Humans weren’t designed for sitting and the effect that it has on the 3 natural curves of the spine is significant. These 3 curves act as shock absorbers and natural springs for the spine. Sitting tends to flatten these curves and [...]

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Why is posture so important?

By |October 1st, 2016|

“To live a long, active, energetic life, few things matter more than good posture” – Rene Cailliet, M.D. Poor posture not only causes undue spinal stress and many aches and pains, but research suggests that posture is directly related to an individuals’ health. A recent study published in the prestigious medical journal “Spine”, revealed that [...]

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Advice on sleeping position as part of back pain treatment

By |July 5th, 2016|

As a London chiropractor, I often see patients suffering from back pain, shoulder pain or neck pain who work in offices, and a part of my treatment is advising these patients on good ergonomics and seated posture. Something we tend to neglect and perhaps spend even more time doing is sleeping... It would be remiss [...]

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3 things you can do to minimise spinal stress at your desk

By |June 28th, 2016|

I often visit companies and assess their employee's desk and chair set up. It always amazes me how small changes can have such a big impact as most people spend anywhere between 6-10 hours at their desks and on their computers every single day... 3 basic principles of ergonomics are listed below and are things [...]

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