back care advice from our chiroprator in chelmsford

Flying Away On Holiday? Take Care Of Your Back

We’re well into the holiday season, a time when many people and families are heading to the airport to catch a flight to their holiday destinations. Holidays are a time to take a break from our everyday lives, for some it’s a time to chill out and take it easy and for others it’s a […]

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Summer Festival Fun – Don’t Let It Lead To Back Pain

There may be no Glastonbury this year but rested assured there are plenty of other summer festivals to choose from. It seems we just can’t get enough of them. From music to food there seems to be a festival somewhere to celebrate it. Here, in and around Chelmsford, there are a number of festivals being […]

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A Summer Of Sport Could Harm Your Back

You don’t necessarily need to be a sports enthusiast to find yourself glued to the TV watching sports over the summer months. This summer is packed with all kinds of sporting events to keep us entertained. The football World cup kicks off in a few days on the 14th June and runs for a month, […]

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Get On Your Bike

Bike Week kicks off on 9th June. It’s hard to believe it has been going for 95 years – yes it first took place in 1923! Cycling UK organises this annual event to promote cycling and encourage people to incorporate cycling into their daily lives. Cycling provides many benefits including health, social and environmental ones. […]

Helping to look after mothers this Mothers Day –Chelmsford Chiropractor Clinic shares these posture tips when looking after young children

  At our Chelmsford Chiropractor we know just how hard Mothers work, especially when trying to juggle work and looking after young children. Picking up children and even playing with them, can cause quite a strain to your back. A recent study found that 61% of parents suffer from back pain with over 40% saying […]

Has TV show The Jump inspired you to get on your skis? Our Chelmsford Chiropractor offers this advice on keeping safe in the snow

  With the final episode of ‘The Jump’ seeing Joey Essex crowned champion, taking to the snow may seem tempting to some. Especially with February half term coming up. While taking to the slopes can be great fun and provides a great form of exercise, there is also a risk of injury. As with every […]

Want to impress this Valentine’s Day? A Chelmsford Chiropractor shares this advice on how to improve your posture

  Want to impress that special someone this Valentine’s Day? To make a good first impression you need to look confident. Your posture is a key factor in helping you look and feel confident, your back will also thank you in years to come if you look after it now. There are many benefits from […]

Hitting the gym? Take care of your back – Tips to keep safe from a leading Chelmsford Chiropractor

  Here at our Chelmsford Chiropractor we are big supporters in keeping fit and healthy. Taking part in exercise is important but it is just as important to do so in a safe way. Exercise adds pressure to our joints and muscles and if it’s not done properly it can cause issues to your back […]

20 minutes of walking a day can add years to your life. Chelmsford Chiropractor Clinic shares results from recent study

  Our lives are becoming a lot more sedentary with many of us living what is called a ‘couch potato’ lifestyle and this lack of exercise could be detrimental to our health. As a leading Chelmsford Chiropractor I would like to share this advice on why it is important to keep active. A recent report […]

Have a Merry Christmas from our Chelmsford Chiropractor and keep your back safe over the holidays

  The team at Chelmsford Chiropractor would like to wish everyone a very happy and healthy Christmas. We are all looking forward to relaxing in front of the fire with a good film and eating lots of turkey and mince pies! At Christmas, we know lots of people will be wanting to do the same; […]