Bend at the hips and knees not at the low back Keep the chest forward and avoid twisting Keep the weight close to the body Most importantly, if the object is too heavy for you STOP and ask for HELP!
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The claim to fame for vitamin D is the extraordinary health benefits it offers. Believe it or not, there is more to vitamin D than just bone health. Vitamin D behaves like a hormone. The advantages vary as the research is accumulated. Only recently have the medical community started realizing the variety of benefits provided […]
When you have a back problem, you will often be told to ‘use it or lose it’. Why is this so important? As our joints get a little older, they will begin to stiffen. This happens because quite naturally our muscles and ligaments begin to contract and the cartilage padding between the joints starts to […]
Most of us have experienced a situation where we are going about our usual business and then suddenly out of nowhere our back locks and we cannot move. A lot of people will come to us and say that they think their back has gone ‘out of place’. Is this really what is happening when […]
Sitting for hour after hour like this is one of the worst things you can do to your spine. While some of us have to do this for a living, the maximum amount of time you should sit without getting up and moving around is 50 minutes. Take 10 minutes out of every hour to […]
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Richard is a member of The British Chiropractic Association and is registered with the General Chiropractic Council. He is a recognised Chiropractic provider by AXA PPP, WPA, Simply Health and most other health funds. Helen is a traditional Chinese Acupuncturist and is a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). Please check with your specific health fund regarding coverage of her fees.