Getting stressed out!!

Stress and how it affects our necks and backs:   There’s no question that tension and stress can manifest itself in the body. Whether it’s a headache or tight muscles, psychological factors can take a toll on our physical body. … Continue reading

Cycling Season by Isaac Fellick

Cycle Season Introduction Stretching and mobility Foam rolling and soft tissue release techniques Strength and conditioning Intro Cycling season is well under way; many of us will be attacking those long, hot rides in search for a fitter, healthier body.  … Continue reading

Going anywhere nice this year?……

Flying away this winter?   How to look after your back when you are flying:   Whether you’re flying abroad this winter for a sunny escape or for a skiing trip here are some tips of how you can look … Continue reading

Giving a Thumbs Up?

Text Thumb- A modern day problem on the rise.   Repetitive strain injury of the thumb better known as ‘text thumb’ is on the rise. As we spend more time on our mobiles phones and other tablet devices, we increase the … Continue reading

Off to a Tee!

Golf is hard, let’s make it easier.   Tour golfers are surrounded by a team of professionals whose aim is to ensure that they achieve the optimal performance and as the Olympic cycling team showed, incremental improvements add up to … Continue reading

Massage for Body AND Mind

Massage Therapy is more than just relaxing ‘me’ time and often gets misconstrued as a pamper treatment rather than something that aides physical and emotional well-being. Its not thought of as anything medical at all or related to anything medical, … Continue reading

Digital Detox Part 1- Tech Neck!

Modern society is becoming increasingly reliant and addicted to the benefits and lures of digital devices of all forms, but as with all good things, there are downsides. In this series articles I will cover the health issues surrounding our … Continue reading

Wear and Tear…..

Is ‘wear and tear’ causing my back pain? At the clinic we often see people coming to our clinic in pain stating that they have been told that ‘it is due to their age’ or ‘wear and tear’. In this … Continue reading

Getting to the Core…..

Over the past few years core stability training has exploded and became its own entity entirely. Many discussions are now held regarding the importance of core stability. Due to this I am going to construct a series of weekly articles … Continue reading

The Shoulder: Part 1

Courtesy of our new Associate Chiropractor Andrew Smy Have you sustained a shoulder injury? Or are you experiencing pain in the shoulder? This blog will explain the anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder to provide an outline for how injuries … Continue reading