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Market Harborough Chiropractor concerns about back pain and increased painkiller addiction

Written By, On September 16, 2013

The silent addiction to everyday painkillers Forget cannabis and heroin. Thousands of utterly respectable Britons are in the grip of an insidious and deadly drug addiction – to everyday painkillers, such as Nurofen. In pharmaceutical circles the ‘silent addiction’. ¬†Which is more insidious, harder to pinpoint and easy to ignore. Like thousands of other unregistered […]

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Why use a chiropractor for back pain?

Written By, On September 9, 2013

Chiropractic treatment for back pain

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Market Harborough Chiropractor on MBT trainers

Written By, On September 2, 2013

Market Harborough Chiropractor agrees with latest research on low back pain research ¬£ 250 Mbt trainers favoured by stars such as Madonna, Paris Hilton and Gwyneth Paltrow, convinced by promises that they improve posture and reduce back pain, have been found by a recent scientific study to provide no benefit at all, and in some […]

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Spinal injections for back pain

Written By, On August 29, 2013

How a jab of gel could be the surgery-free solution to your bad back Clinical trials likely to start in three years Excruciating: Eighty per cent of Britons suffer with back pain at some point in their lives An injection that could ease the misery of back pain for millions has been the holy grail […]

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Market Harborough Chiropractor explains why pilates is not a cure all for back pain

Written By, On August 19, 2013

How pilates can make your bad back worse: It can help reduce pain and improve posture, but as one woman’s story shows, there are hidden dangers. Spinal problems are complex and require specialist examination before patients embark on a spinal rehabilitation program that may not be correct for their specific problem. Here is an example […]

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Market Harborough Chiropractor – back pain in children

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Childhood back pain increasing due to computer games leading to concerns about adult onset back pain and disability

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