Chiropractic Articles


Ballet Dancer

Experience from working with dancers

As you can imagine, I am lucky enough to meet all kinds of people from all different backgrounds through my work. This is definitely one of the best parts of being a chiropractor. It so happens that one group of people I have spent a lot of time working with since the very start of… Read more

Skeleton

Never Cross Your Legs!

This is one of the hardest bad habits to break, and perhaps never is a bit strong, but the less time you can spend sat with your legs crossed, the better. There are lots of reasons why you shouldn’t cross your legs, and not all of them are to do with your joints. Did you… Read more

What is the difference between a chiropractor and osteopath?

On the surface the chiropractic and osteopathy may seem quite similar, both purporting to treat musculoskeletal disorders using non-invasive methods. If you were to ask a chiropractor and an osteopath what conditions they can treat, and which they see most often, the answer would almost certainly be very similar. Roughly in order of frequency, the… Read more

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Rehab Rationale

More than two decades of research has shown that appropriate muscular function can drastically lower the likelihood of spinal injury. Research has also shown that muscular function can be readily trained through specific rehabilitation protocols. When looking at muscle dysfunction and corrective exercise there are four overlapping areas that need consideration: 1. Hypertonicity and contracture… Read more

Vibram Five Fingers

Barefoot Running

Osteoarthritis, patello-femoral pain syndrome, bursitis, illiotibial band syndrome, plantar fasciitis, compartment syndrome, and shin splints are a few of the many conditions familiar to runners. Causes are usually either put down to training too hard, or running with biomechanical abnormalities such as pronated feet. However, the cause for all these injuries doesn’t look like over… Read more

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