I used to be pretty flexible and able to manage most issues, but after I fell down the stairs one day at work I've had a bit of a wonky hip. Even after it was 'cured' I kept having a lot of hip and back pain. Luckily my chiropractor realised that my hip injury had lead to spinal alignment issues and she has been working on my body to get me back in alignment. Now I can sleep a lot better and have much less hip and back pain. This blog has tips for people with hip pain who need chiropractic adjustments.

How a Chiropractor Can Help You Have a Natural Birth

15 June 2017
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Whether you're pregnant with your first child or you've previously given birth via C-section, ensuring you can have a natural, vaginal birth can be nerve-wracking. If you've been warned that you may not be able to have a vaginal birth or you're just worried that something will go wrong during delivery and make a caesarean necessary, think about visiting a chiropractor. Many people believe chiropractic care is only used for back pain, but research and case studies have shown that it can also be beneficial for expectant mothers hoping for a natural delivery. Read More …

Some Common Treatment Options Offered by Chiropractors

15 June 2017
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Chiropractors use a range of different treatment methods to alleviate the pain and afflictions of their patients and also to improve the performance of vital body parts and systems, such as the head, back, neck, legs, muscles and joints. The choice of an appropriate treatment technique depends upon patient-specific conditions; therefore, no single technique can be said to be better than the others. Below is a breakdown of some common therapies offered by trained and experienced chiropractors. Read More …

Counteracting the Damage Done by Sitting

28 March 2017
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In the modern age, many people spend a significant amount of time sitting down. This is particularly true of those who work at a desk, but even people in other lines of work are inclined to stay off their feet for most of their free time. Because people aren't really built for all this sitting, it can lead to problems with posture, which in turn causes further issues ranging from aches and pains to more serious conditions. Read More …