Health & Wellbeing

General chiropractic advice for improvement of your body and mind.

Healthy Feet

   Feet are one the most used parts of the human body; they are constantly under stress as we go about our normal lives. Feet work for us the whole day, whether we stand, play, run or walk. Many things affect the condition of feet including activity level, occupation, other health conditions and footwear. The… Read the full article…

Posture

 POSTURE IS THE WAY WE SIT, STAND, WALK, KNEEL OR SQUAT. IT IS DETERMINED BY THE STRUCTURE OF THE BODY AND CAN BE INFLUENCED BY GENETIC AND EMOTIONAL FACTORS. OUR MODERN LIFESTYLES, COMBINED WITH FORCES OF GRAVITY, CAN RUIN OUR HEALTHY UPRIGHT POSTURE. An incorrect posture can potentially lead to injury and pain through unbalanced… Read the full article…

Desk Ergonomics

  Many of us spend our entire day locked behind a computer screen. Hours of sitting means muscles remain stationary, circulation decreases, muscles tire and tasks become more uncomfortable. Because of the repetitive nature of deskwork, the body becomes more susceptible to repetitive strain injuries, lower back and neck pain. Learn more about desk ergonomics… Read the full article…

Beat Those Allergies

With the seasons constantly changing, many people are forced to confront one unfortunate inconvenience that can wreak havoc on their daily schedules –allergies. Allergies are exaggerated immune responses to substances that are generally not considered harmful.   There are many different types of allergies, such as food allergies and skin allergies. Allergic rhinitis is a type of… Read the full article…

Sun Glorious Sun

With the summer season well underway, we thought it appropriate to highlight the healthy benefits and unfortunate harmful effects of the sun and its ultraviolet (UV) rays. How do we benefit from sun exposure? The sun’s rays enable the body to produce Vitamin D naturally. This Vitamin D allows the body to absorb essential Calcium…. Read the full article…

Winter Depression

During the winter months – particularly December, January and February – ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder’ (SAD) affects approximately 500,000 people in the UK. The shortened daylight hours and lack of good sunlight in the winter months are thought to cause a biochemical imbalance with a part of the brain known as the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus “rules… Read the full article…