222017May

Getting a pain in the neck from exams? BCA Advice

The exam period can be a stressful time for many students: Long periods of revision hunched over a book, computer or notes and then the exams themselves, with hours of focused concentration. BCA chiropractor, Rishi Loatey, says: “The exam period is a busy and often demanding time for students and it’s important that they are…

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122017Apr
Give your back a break from your tech

Give your back a break from your tech

Computers are the top tech back pain trigger for people in Yorkshire As part of Chiropractic Awareness Week (10 – 16 April) Life and Care Chiropractic is urging people to take a break from their tech. New consumer research from the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) has revealed that computers are the top tech back pain…

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212016Oct
October Half Term

October Half Term

As half term approaches, whether taking a last minute weekend away or just a day trip with the kids, if you are going to be spending some serious time in the car, look at our top tips to help keep your back in shape. Make adjustments – If you share a car, make sure the…

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122016Oct
STRAIGHTEN UP ON WORLD SPINE DAY (October 16th)

STRAIGHTEN UP ON WORLD SPINE DAY (October 16th)

Life and Care Chiropractic is urging people to pay attention to their posture and straighten up this World Spine Day (October 16th) by following a few simple steps. Recent research from the British Chiropractic Association found that 40% people in Yorkshire who have suffered from back or neck pain believe poor posture triggers it. However,…

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52016Oct

Mind your posture – carers, care for your backs

By 2037, it’s anticipated that the number of carers in the UK will increase to 9 million, and three in five of us will be carers at some point in our lives.[1] For many carers physical activity such as lifting is a significant part of their daily routine. However, not all carers will be aware…

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52016Sep

What are the colored strips athletes are wearing in Rio Olympics 2016???

Kinesiotape is the colored strips of tape placed on athletes and the general population. Dr Kenso the founder who is a chiropractor states that when applied kinesiotape lifts the skin and relieves discomfort, reduces inflammation, and facilitates lymphatic drainage.  ‘The lifting forms convolutions in the skin thus increasing interstitial space and allowing for a decrease…

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