Simple changes to your daily routine to help prevent back pain

Research for the British Chiropractic Association* revealed that 71% of those suffering with back pain have been doing so for up to 10 years and yet, surprisingly, many admit to not taking proactive measures to take care of their backs. In fact, even though nearly one third (29%) of those surveyed admitted that they had been unable to work due […]

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Achieving good body posture at your desk

If you are you sitting in front of a computer screen in your work place or home have you set up your furniture and equipment to achieve a proper posture and make sure that your body weight is evenly distributed along your spine? Having the correct posture will help you prevent excessive loads building up on various parts of your […]

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Tips for Office Desk Workers: Back Care

It’s a fact of modern life that more and more of us spend long hours working at a desk in an office or at home. Unfortunately this sedentary lifestyle has an impact on posture and general well-being. Your spine is strong, flexible, and well designed to withstand loading in different positions, however the repetitive nature of loading your spine by […]

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Research: South East office workers not looking after backs

As part of this week’s Chiropractic Awareness Week (11–16 April 2016) Shoreham Chiropractic Clinic is encouraging office workers to do more to protect their backs, whether they are working at a business location or home office. New research from the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) reveals that over a quarter (28%) of workers in the South East admit to taking no […]

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Pregnancy Care Top Tips: Pelvic Girdle Pain

Shoreham Chiropractic Clinic have produced a new Pregnancy Care Top Tips focussing on Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). The pelvic girdle is a ring of bones at the base of your spine, which includes the sacroiliac joints at the back and the symphysis pubis at the front. The Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) describe Pelvic Girdle Pain as pain […]

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