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Chronic Pain – Facts and Stats

Chronic Pain – Facts and Stats
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Chronic Pain – Facts and Stats   As part of Back Care Week (7-11 October) we thought we would share some interesting and surprising facts about the impact of chronic back pain could have on your life. If you’ve never experienced back pain then you may not see what all the fuss is about and […]

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National Back Care Awareness Week – 2013

National Back Care Awareness Week – 2013
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It is National Back Care Awareness Week from 7th to 11th Oct 2013. Every year, the organisation Back Care, promotes an awareness week to highlight its work and promote the need for healthy backs. This year’s theme is ‘Caring for Carers.’ Unpaid carers make a massive contribution to healthcare provision in the UK, saving the […]

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“Modern Life Is Rubbish.” – And does it cause Back Pain?

“Modern Life Is Rubbish.” – And does it cause Back Pain?
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“Modern Life Is Rubbish.” Well……maybe not quite. But it could be argued that in the last 20 years (!) since Blur released their album (Modern Life is Rubbish), despite all technological improvements, that actually our quality of life hasn’t greatly improved. We can of course boast that we have more computing power in our phones […]

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What do you know about your children’s posture?

What do you know about your children’s posture?
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What do you know about your children’s posture? As the new school year approaches you are probably busy rushing around making sure the uniform is ready (and still fits), perhaps getting new shoes and stocking up on stationery but how many of you have given thought to your child’s school bag or preparing their bodies […]

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Manual Handling Training at ITV Wales.

Manual Handling Training at ITV Wales.
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Manual Handling Training at ITV Wales. Just arrived back after a long drive from Cardiff after a fun-filled day delivering manual handling training to Reporters at ITV Wales. They were nice guys but they did look a little forlorn when we first arrived to do the session. They had the expression of newly press-ganged sailors who have just […]

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Serrapeptase – a cure for back pain?

Serrapeptase – a cure for back pain?
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Serrapeptase – a cure for back pain? Serrapeptase  – (also known as Serratiopeptidase / Serralysin / Serratiapeptase).   We thought we would take the opportunity to look at this much talked about supplement. This was prompted in part by one of our patients who told us about the quite eye-catching headline they had read in […]

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Travel tips to avoid back & neck pain.

Travel tips to avoid back & neck pain.
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Travel tips to avoid back & neck pain.   The summer holiday season is here so we thought we would put our heads together to give you some travel tips about how to keep back and neck pain at bay and of course, to make sure you have a wonderful time.   Stress – Seems obvious […]

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Antibiotics & Lower Back Pain?

Antibiotics & Lower Back Pain?
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Antibiotics & Lower Back Pain. Will antibiotics cure back pain? We thought we would take a moment to talk about a subject that has been the in the news recently, from newspapers to patients suffering with back pain. It stems from an article in the peer-reviewed journal, European Spine, which reported the findings of a study […]

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Core Stability

Core Stability
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Core Stability….what exactly is it? “Core Stability” is a buzzword regularly used by therapists and personal trainers, but what exactly does it mean? And what’s it all about? Core Stability relates to the deep muscles of the abdomen, pelvis, and lower back and the ability of these muscles to stabilise the torso of the body […]

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