Exercise – Nutrition – Spine


It is common knowledge that Exercise and Nutrition are key ingredients to health and wellbeing in general. It can also help with spinal health alongside regular maintenance. Let me explain…..
We now understand eating a nutritionally poor diet and living a sedentary lifestyle, over time, can impact on your future wellbeing. The same can be […]

Family Health

If you were to ask 10 people what for them is the most important thing in life, my guess is, at least nine out of ten will say “Family”. Then if you were to follow the question with, “What is it about your family that is most important?”, my guess is the response would […]

The Language of the Body

Our bodies are communicating with us all the time. They tell us when we need to eat, sleep, rest and move. When we feel hungry, drowsy, tired or stiff we are being asked “Hey, could you do something about this.” Babies are very in touch with their needs and when their bodies let them […]

The Beginners Guide to Chiropractic

In this video we outline what a Chiropractor does, then we briefly explore the evidence informed effects of care.

Symptoms are Signs


When an alarm sounds it is a sign something is wrong. Pain is also a sign. It is the body saying “Hey, there is something not right. It needs looking at!” What do we do when we experience pain? Most people look for pain relief usually in the form of medication because it is […]

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Backpacks for a Healthy Spine

Treating children is a significant part of my family chiropractic clinic. Of the many children I see one thing that concerns me both as a chiropractor and a parent is the stress placed upon the developing spine of school age children.

Unfortunately backpacks are no longer a fashionable accessory so children are often carrying heavy […]

Arthritis cases set to double to 17m by 2030

Further to an article on the BBC news/health website 09 May 2012 the United Chiropractic Association believes Chiropractors can have a significant impact on the quality of life of individuals suffering from osteoarthritis.

Unfortunately, one of the common symptoms of all types of arthritis is pain. According to new research published in the Annals of […]

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    Spinal Surgeons recommend physical therapy ahead of pain killers

Spinal Surgeons recommend physical therapy ahead of pain killers

3rd Annual Spinal Symposium

On Saturday 1st February I attended the 3rd annual spinal symposium in London. Speaking were consultant neurosurgeons who deal with spinal conditions covering low back, neck and childhood conditions. In the audience were a group of about 170 people made up of physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors.

I was pleasantly surprised to hear […]