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Our Ealing Chiropractor Answers The Most Commonly Asked Chiropractic Questions

Our Ealing Chiropractor Answers The Most Commonly Asked Chiropractic Questions

When a patient visits our chiropractor in Ealing for the first time, they usually have quite a few questions. How does chiropractic work? What kinds of medical problems can chiropractic be used to treat? Does receiving chiropractic care hurt? We happily answer all of these questions by explaining how chiropractic treatments work. In this post,…

construction worker treated by our Ealing Chiropractor

Why Builders and Construction Workers Suffer More From Lower Back Pain Than Most People

At our Ealing chiropractor clinic – The Spine & Joint Centre, we see people from all walks of life. One industry that is more prone to back issues and injuries than any other is construction. According to the evidence, some 30% of construction workers suffer from back issues at some time during their careers. At…

joint pain treated by our Ealing Chiropractor

Does the Weather Affect Back and Joint Pain? Your Ealing Chiropractor Explains

If you’ve suffered from a chronic back problem for a while or have regular joint pain, you probably have an opinion on what happens when the weather changes. As an Ealing Chiropractor at a busy chiropractic clinic, I often see patients that have seen their condition worsen because it’s turned a little damp or there’s…

What To Do When You Suffer a Back Spasm for the First Time

What To Do When You Suffer a Back Spasm for the First Time

If you’ve never had a lower back problem, you probably won’t quite understand the amount of pain it can cause. Being unable to straighten your back or even walk properly leaves you with limited options on what to do next, at least in the short term. There are plenty of people who live with back…

lifting advice from our ealing chiropractor

How to Lift Correctly: Tips From Your Ealing Chiropractor

As you might expect, we see a lot of people with back complaints at our Ealing Chiropractic clinic – The Spine & Joint Centre. While these issues can be caused by a lot of things, one of the most common is an incorrect lifting technique. Even a smallish weight can put pressure on an area…

Our Ealing Chiropractor Highlights 3 Fashion Choices That Could Be Hurting Your Back

Our Ealing Chiropractor Highlights 3 Fashion Choices That Could Be Hurting Your Back

Whether you’re heading for a night out on the town or you’re simply a slave to fashion, you might be surprised to learn there are actually some clothing choices that can be bad for your back. As an Ealing chiropractor, I treat a range of postural, joint and muscle issues on a daily basis and…

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Pilates vs Yoga: Which is Best For Your Back? Our Ealing Chiropractor Shares This Advice

Any type of exercise is actually good for your back but two that we often find people focus on are Pilates and yoga. These specifically work on areas like the core and spinal flexibility, so you can understand why they are big favourites. Before you actually do any exercise regime, of course, you should let…

back care advice from our ealing chiropractor

How Walking and Hiking Helps Your Back Our Ealing Chiropractor Explains

At our Ealing chiropractor clinic, we know that one exercise is good for the back more than many others. If you want to stay healthy and keep your spine and joints in good shape, regular walking or hiking in the country is a pretty great way to stay fit. And it’s fun too! Hiking is…

back care advcie from our ealing chiropractor

Driving and Your Back: Our Top Tips

Working as a chiropractor in Ealing, I know only too well how important cars and driving are in the city. If you spend a lot of hours in your vehicle, however, it can play havoc with your posture and your back. Many patients who visit us at our Ealing clinic either have back problems that…

Posture Advice From Your Ealing Chiropractor

Posture Advice From Your Ealing Chiropractor

We hear posture mentioned quite a lot but what does it actually mean? Back in the old days, it used to be walking with a straight back, head held high, conjuring visions of strolling around with books on our heads to stay balanced. While this may sound funny, posture is something that I’m pretty concerned…