A collection of articles from elsewhere featuring our team members, and some external news items that we think are of interest to you.
Stuff I Love!
Not strictly related but these are some things I just love and want to share. I discovered Leonie Dawson’s business and personal development tools a year ago and learning has never been so much fun!
One of my projects for 2016 has been to rediscover my artist and photography is forming a part of that. I have a few images available for download and you can follow me on Instagram using the follow button above.
I embarked on The Artist’s Way 12-week ‘artist recovery’ programme back in January and it’s already reawakened a passion for photography and crafting. My new Etsy shop is up and running with a few prints to get started and I’ll be adding more to it as I rediscover my inner artist!
The following article reproduced with kind permission from www.womensfitness.co.uk: Back pain: A new Dorn Back pain affects one in five of us and is the UK’s most common work-related disability. Could the Dorn method be the answer? Louise Pyne investigates...read more
Our ‘advertorial’ also featuring local homeopath and associate of the clinic Colin Farley. Kings-Hill-Mums-meet-the-teamread more
This was an interview with Natalie on back pain with some simple tips to reduce the chances of getting back pain. Ask-the-expert-full-articleread more
If you love cycling but your back doesn't, see if these tips can help - read in full here.read more
Work at a desk all day? This is great advice for correct sitting and chair set up - read in full here.read more
Interesting article to help you understand why you may be having back pain - read in full hereread more
For those of you struggling to sleep due to back pain this article might be of interest Switch Your Sleep Position to Ease Back Pain.read more
As more and more of us get involved in the digital age using computers, kindles and mobile phones, I’m seeing an increase in neck problems from spending so much time looking down at handheld screens or from sitting at poorly positioned desks. There was an interesting...read more
This article reports that Smokers are three times more likely to suffer from back pain. It’s widely thought that smoking reduces the body’s ability to self heal, so this is certainly an interesting read, especially if you’re a...read more