We think you’ll agree that it’s been a very challenging year for everyone since the pandemic started. We’ve managed to battle through nonetheless and are operating as closely to “normal” as we can.
Please see this page for information on the steps we are taking and our risk assessment document.
We are nearly back to full operations with reception and admin support and we’re very grateful to all our patients for the support and patience they’ve shown over the past year.
Please note – the information on this page is for anyone and everyone. We are happy for you to distribute any of this material if you think it will help people as long as you credit us for having created it. We’re not bothered about copyright. We want everyone to get through this period as smoothly as possible!
Top 7 tips for Back Pain
Click on the link, below, to download your copy of our 7-tip guide to alleviating or preventing back pain. These are basic tips that you should be able to easily incorporate into your daily life. We want you to be in the best possible place by the time we are able to open our doors again!
Our advice for getting the best sleep!
Getting a good night’s sleep is very important for your immune system and your body’s ability to fight off infections, including the coronavirus. It’s also important to make sure you sleep in a position that is best for your spine so that you can avoid unnecessary neck or back pain.
This is great advice any time! You don’t need to wait until your chiropractor is closed to take care of your body!
Working from home
With so many people working from home since the government advice recently we felt that it would be helpful for you all to have as much information about how to set up a home workstation as possible.
As you probably already know, the way you set up your desk can have a big effect on how you feel after a long day behind a screen. We hope you’ll be able to implement some of tese tips to keep your home workstation as spine-friendly as possible!
Click on the link to download your guide.
It’s natural to be concerned about a pandemic like this. At the same time, please remember that there are things you can do to boost your immune system. A healthy body is PERFECTLY capable of fighting off this coronavirus, as has been seen all around the world, with the majority of cases causing little or no symptoms.
Here are our tips for how to help your immune system work at its best!