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Gardening this spring time?

Gardening this spring time?

Spring is nearly upon us after a long, wet winter. The clocks go forward on the 29th March which means lighter mornings and evenings. A possible silver lining with everyone staying at home due to Covid-19, means more gardening time!! The leaves are returning to the...

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Chest pain – It’s not always what it seems

Chest pain – It’s not always what it seems

Chest pain can be a very worrying symptom and rightly so! It has a number of different causes, the most concerning of which is heart disease. We therefore urge people who are experiencing chest pain to seek immediate medical care on the assumption that it is heart...

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Be ski fit and ready!

Be ski fit and ready!

The ski season is well and truly underway and many of our clients and team are hitting the slopes!! Ben, one of our resident osteopaths from Brighton and Hove, gives us his recommendations for ski injuries, from personal experience! There is nothing more invigorating...

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Scoliosis? Do you need treatment for it?

Scoliosis? Do you need treatment for it?

Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine. If looking face on at someone’s back, scoliosis can either be C shaped or S shaped. This is common and often does not cause pain. There are different types of scoliosis- congenital, neuromuscular and idiopathic....

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Back Care Awareness Week

Back Care Awareness Week

Technology found to be the biggest growing cause of back pain in the UK The charity Backcare, has its awareness week this week, and the British Chiropractic Association has put together some advice for the public.... read below their thoughts on the increasing numbers...

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Anterior Head Carriage

Anterior Head Carriage

Anterior head carriage is when the head is further forward than normal. Forward head posture increases the workload for many of the muscles attached to the cervical spine, which has the job of holding up the head. Over time, forward head posture can lead to muscle...

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