May-June 2017 Newsletter
Topics featured in the articles of our May / June 2017 Newsletter.
Stressed out? Try yoga.
In recent years there has been a push towards finding non-pharmacological therapies that can be used for the management of stress, and the practice of yoga has been yielding promising study results.
Is your sleeping position hurting your spine?
A good night’s sleep sets us up for a great day. However, some of us wake far from refreshed, with aching backs, sore necks and stiff muscles. There can be a number of reasons for this, but your sleeping position could be a contributing factor.
Chiropractic and Jaw Pain.
The jaw bone is connected to the skull on each side by a hinge-like joint known as the temporomandibular joint. To support the hinge structure, the bones are covered in cartilage and separated by a shock absorbing disk.
Relief from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that affects 3.8% of the general population and often results in pain and disability.
Vertigo: Can Your Chiropractor Help?
Vertigo is a type of dizziness characterised by a spinning sensation and often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, ear discomfort, tinnitus or hearing loss. Typically a symptom of inner ear or nervous system disturbances, chiropractic aims to treat vertigo by addressing the underlying cause.
Five ways to avoid back pain while driving.
Driving for extended periods can put a great strain on your back, neck and hips. Here are five tips on how to reduce that strain.
It’s not always possible to limit your driving, especially if your job involves driving vehicles or having to make long commutes. However, there are steps you can take to make driving as comfortable and pain-free as possible.