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Your Posture Explained

Your Posture Explained Most people are familiar with posture – at least to the extent of knowing that it can be good or bad. “I know I’ve got terrible posture” is a comment we hear all too frequently in chiropractic offices! So if we know our posture is bad what’s the reason for it? What are the benefits of good posture and what are the consequences if it is poor?   How Do You Define Posture? Birmingham Chiropractor, Lisa Andrews, says, “Posture is the position in which we hold our bodies when...

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Stop Stretching and Prevent Sports Injuries

Stop Stretching and Prevent Sports Injuries What are the best ways of preventing sports injuries, and how can chiropractic help? What are the best methods of preventing Sports Injuries? Well, keeping the answer as brief as possible, everything but stretching… A recent published study determined whether physical activity exercises can reduce sports injuries and performed very thorough analyses of strength training, stretching, proprioception (this is the body’s own awareness of position) and combinations of these, and provided...

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Chiropractor Near Me is up and running!

Chiropractor Near Me is up and running! Chiropractor Near Me We are up and running!  We are very excited to have “chiropractor near me” live and will be continuing to populate much more material onto the site in the coming days.  So, what is this site all about?  We are a group of dynamic and passionate chiropractic centres who are passionate to deliver the highest level of care and customer service.  Part of this process is education and we will be adding lots of practical information on many conditions and symptoms...

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Have You Ever Suffered From Back Pain From Sitting?

Have You Ever Suffered From Back Pain From Sitting? Have you Ever had Back Pain From Sitting? Too many of us have suffered from either back pain from sitting, or some other ongoing, chronic pain in the body due to sitting.  The Human Body was designed to move, and to move almost continuously.  Our evolution has not changed significantly for thousands of years, and as such we are designed to be hunter gatherers.  Yet, with today’s lifestyle and technological advances comes one stupendous disadvantage: lack of movement!  Only a very few...

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