Chiropractor providing treatment

Why visit a chiropractor?

London Wellness Centre chiropractor Joanna Lowry-Corry highlights some tell-tale signs that you may need to visit a chiropractor.

Baby asleep in cot

Healthy postural positions for babies

Joanna Lowry-Corry outlines top tips for promoting healthy postural positions for your baby.

GP with model of a spinal column

How can I tell if my spine is healthy?

Spinal imbalances abnormally stress bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons – all of which can lead to unnatural wear and tear, fatigue, and pain.

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Is sitting the new smoking?

Doctor of Chiropractic, Ingvild Næstvold gives us an insight into how sitting all day can be detrimental to your health.

Smoking

Smoking and lower back pain

Many people will link smoking to the symptoms of coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath, but for those smokers who complain of discomfort or pain in the lower back, there may well be a correlation between their aches and lighting up a cigarette.

Woman lying down with migraine headache

What’s the difference between migraines and headaches, and how can you treat them?

Most people experience headaches sporadically through their lives and are not too adversely affected by them.  However, there is a severe type of headache called a migraine that can keep returning and be incredibly debilitating.

Person jogging

Joint support during the summer months

Although the UK is not renowned for its long, sweltering summers, when we do get sunshine, we Brits make the most of the longer days and warmer temperatures.

Hip bones

How tight are your hip flexors

Your hip flexors are an important muscle group. If they are tight – and therefore not moving to their full ability – your spine can become more unstable. The pressure is then added to your lower back as your muscles try to realign your spine.

Man with pain in his neck

The pain of ‘Tech Neck’

Do you spend most of the day hunched over your desk, staring at the screen of your computer?

Sleep causing pain

Could your sleep be causing you pain?

The way you sleep could be causing you unnecessary aches and pains. We are told time again that we should be sleeping flat on our backs, but many of us develop incorrect habitual sleeping patterns, which are hard to change.

Man with arthritis

Best exercises for arthritis sufferers

If you suffer from arthritis, or very stiff joints, exercise may be the last things you want do, however getting out into the fresh air and doing some low intensity, aerobic exercise can be extremely beneficial and help to prevent stiff joints.

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