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July 24, 2014

Paracetamol useless in treating back pain.

Recent research suggests that Paracetamol has no role in relieving back pain.


June 30, 2014

Park View Clinic sponsors Worthing professional golfer

Peter Tarver-JonesWe are proud to announce our sponsorship of local professional golfer, Peter Tarver-Jones.

Whereas it is early in his career he has achieved some promising accolades helping towards his goal of playing on The European Tour.

Read More…May 16, 2014

Higher risk of neck pain if you sit at work.

A new study suggests that prolonged sitting without exercise leaves you prone to neck pain. Surprise surprise.

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April 28, 2014

New Computer System

After weeks of preparing for the roll-out of our new computer system we have finally  done it. The functionality is amazing and will benefit you and our receptionists, chiropractors, acupuncturists and sports injury therapists. However, please be patient with us, as it will take us a little while to become completely familiar with it.

Thank you for your patience.

April 08, 2014

Chiropractic Awareness Week 2014

Chiropractic Awareness Week 2014 runs during April 14-20. The subject for this year’s campaign is ‘Mind Your Posture: Keep Your Kids Moving.’ 40% of parents asked stated that their child had back or neck pain. 15% believed that it was due to laptop, tablet or computer use.

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March 3, 2014

Acupuncture Awareness Week 2014

Acupuncture Awareness WeekA new study shows Worthing is risking a back pain epidemic caused by unhealthy habits and sedentary lifestyles. The findings from a study by the British Acupuncture Council to mark 'Acupuncture Awareness Week' (3rd-10th March 2014) show that almost 80 per cent of people suffer with back pain yet admit to behaviours that put their backs under unnecessary strain.

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February 17, 2014

Harmful chemicals are everywhere - how to minimise your exposure.

Toxic risk from toys and foodA growing number of toxic substances used in industry, is a major cause of the increasing number of children with autism, ADHD and other developmental disorders. This is the conclusion in a new study from the University of Southern Denmark, pointing out that our brains are exposed to the harmful substances already while in the womb.

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February 14, 2014

Sports Massage Special Offer - Preparing for sport or a charity event

Sport massage to help you finishWhether you are training for a 5 kilometre walk or for a marathon run, sports massage is an essential part of your preparation. Maintenance of your body throughout this period, which can last months, is essential in reducing the risks of injury and increasing the chances of making it to the start line, never mind the finish line.

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February 10, 2014

Neck Manipulation - Evidence of Safety

Neck Manipulation does not cause strokesOver the years various people and organisations have voiced concerns over the safety and effectiveness of neck manipulation for the most common neck pains and headaches. Most of it has been anecdotal and of no scientific value.

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January 10, 2014

Updated Joint Health article series

We have added new articles and new information to the old articles on joint health. How to optimise it and how best to maintain it. The subjects covered are degenerative and inflammatory arthritis, supplements for joint health and exercises. Each article contains links to the other instalments.

Part 1.

January 2, 2014

Planning a healthier New year?

Happy Heathy New YearAre you one of the many people with renewed enthusiasm and commitment to make 2014 healthier than 2013 and planning to take more exercise? Then ease yourself into new habits – don’t launch yourself full-on into a physical programme, which could come to an abrupt halt due to back pain, neck pain or other painful injuries.

Read more

January 2, 2014

Zumba? Running? Working out? - Have you got the right shoes?

Exercise injury chriopracticThe consequences of wearing an unsuitable shoe can be disastrous. Your contact with the ground will set in motion a whole chain of events from the foot through the ankle, the knee, the hip, the pelvis and the spine. At best the wrong footwear will limit your performance but it has the potential to cause serious and long-standing injury.  Choose your shoes with care.

November 20, 2013

Traditional Acupuncture can relieve high blood pressure

2Acupuncture relieves high blood pressure5 percent of the UK adult population has hypertension. Many rely on drugs but acupuncture can also help lowerering the blood pressure and without the side effects.

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November 14, 2013

Acupuncture supports weather presenter to successful conception through IVF

After previously failed attempts at conceiving through IVF, weather presenter Clare Nasir only had one more chance. To maximise her chances of this final cycle being successful she chose to complement the IVF with traditional acupuncture.

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October 23, 2013

The Case for Chiropractic Maintenance Care

Chiropractic Maintenance CareMost of our patients choose to continue their care beyond the point where they feel better. The reason for this is that by maintaining the function of your spine there is less risk of it breaking down again.

Read on….

September 27, 2013

Could sitting be even worse for you than smoking?

sitting as bad as smokingFor every hour spent sitting you you not only increase your risk of getting back pain, neck pain and headaches, you also shorten your life by 21.8 minutes. In comparison, you only lose 11 minutes per cigarette smoked. This new study suggests that the more you sit the sooner you will die, regardless of the amount of exercise you do!

September 24, 2013

Acupuncture effective for hot flushes associated with breast cancer treatment

Acupuncture effective in treating hot flashesNew research finds acupuncture an effective treatment for hot flushes caused by anti-oestrogen therapy in breast cancer patients.


September 17, 2013

Are you a migraine sufferer?

Migraine SuffererAccording to The Migraine Trust 8 million people suffer from migraine in the UK and funding for researching the reasons for the migraines and into effective treatment is very limited. Are you, or anyone you know, a sufferer?


September 10, 2013

Sports Massage and Injury Treatment

MassageFrom time to time, our team of receptionists are asked about various aspects of the Sports Massage and Injury Treatment that is offered by Sara Ball.

Linda has collated the most frequently asked questions and Sara has provided more detail about her treatments.


August 16, 2013

Alligator receives acupuncture for curvature of the spine.

Recent news shows an albino alligator in a Brazilian zoo receiving acupuncture for back pain relating to a curvature of the spine (scoliosis).


August 14, 2013

100% patient satisfaction

100% Satisfaction for chiropractic patientsIn March we started replaced MYMOP with our new clinical outcome and patient satisfaction questionnaires. So far, we have achieved 100% patient satisfaction score with 87% reporting that they were ‘very satisfied.’ So you, your friends and your family can rest assured that we strive to do our very best.


August 3, 2014

Could acupuncture relieve your hay fever?

acupuncture relieves hay feverAn article in the magazine 'Female First' highlights the acupuncture's potential benefits to hay fever sufferers. Not many realise that acupuncture can help relieve the itchy eyes, the runny nose, hives and heat rashes.


July 26, 2013

Treatment of the Sacroiliac Joint for ‘sciatica’

chiroprcatic relieves sciatica and sacroiliac joint problemsA potential leg pain generator is the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) but it is frequently overlooked as a possible source of pain radiating below the knee. The aim of a recent study was to determine the short-term effects of physiotherapy, manual therapy, and cortisone injection into the joint in patients with SIJ-related leg pain.


June 19, 2013

Prescriptions of anti-inflammatories for pain ‘out of control’

danger of ibuprofen, diclofenac, voltarolA new study suggests that despite the recent findings that nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) significantly increase the risk of heart attacks these drugs are still prescribed for chronic muscle and joint pain sufferers with heart disease and increased risk factors.


June 1, 2013

Helena has joined our reception team

HelenaFollowing Jane S’s move to pastures new we are pleased that Helena has decided to join us. She lives locally and she has previously worked as a speech and language therapist and also as an education welfare officer. We think that she fits in well and we hope that you think so too.

Meet the whole team

May16, 2013

Chiropractic effective in treating infantile colic.

chiropractic treatment for infantile colicThere has been much debate as to whether chiropractic is effective in reducing the duration of infantile colic. However, a new (2012) study suggests that chiropractic is effective - much to the relief of both the parents and their baby.


May 10, 2013

Modic antibiotic spine therapy (MAST) shows benefit to certain long term back pain sufferers.

antibiotics for lower back painA significant number of people with long term lower back pain following a disc herniation (slipped disc) may have a bacterial infection, which may respond to antibiotic treatment. However, the criteria for those who may benefit are quite specific.


April 30, 2013

Worthing Mayor’s Charity Golf Event

Jan Olsen and Sara Cooper-Olsen with the Mayour of WorthingOn April 19 we fielded a team supporting the Worthing Mayor’s chosen charity, The Worthing and Adur Fund.


April 13, 2013

Hay fever relief from acupuncture.

Hay fever relief from acupunctureWith brighter longer days, spring is finally here and for most people the warmer, sunnier weather is a welcome change. However, 20% of the UK population start reaching for the tissues as the weather changes also marks the start of the hay fever season.


April 13, 2013

Chiropractic Awareness Week 2013 - April 15-21.

Chiropractic Awareness WeekPark View Acupuncture and Chiropractic Clinic participates in British Chiropractic Association’s Chiropractic Awareness Week. This year’s theme is ‘The Perils of Parenting.’


March 28, 2013

Sara Ball returns from maternity leave.

Sara Ball, massage and sports injury therapistOn Thursday 4th April our massage and sports injury therapist, Sara Ball, returns to work after four months of maternity leave.


March 22, 2013

Introducing Care Response.

STarT Back and Bournemouth Questionnaire.If you started your chiropractic care with us during 2009 you are likely to have been asked to complete a short MYMOP (Measure Your Medical Outcome Profile) outcome questionnaire grading your discomfort and the impact it had on your life. We have now transferred to the Care Response System, which is web based and more comprehensive. Initially we will use it for chiropractic only but if it proves useful we plan to introduce it for acupuncture as well.


March 18, 2013

The Acute Repetitive Lumbar Syndrome.

Acure Repettive Lumbar SyndromeA lot of my back pain patients state that their pain started ‘out of the blue’ or that they were not doing anything unusual at the time. So why is that? For some it can be due to a repetitive lumbar injury.


March 13, 2013

Triclosan in Colgate Total may cause hormonal problems.

Triclosan in Colgate TotalFreddie Sloth-Lisbjerg, the chairman of the Danish dental association publicly recommends avoiding Colgate Total toothpaste due to its Triclosan content.


March 11, 2013

A Danish study looks into the role of physical fitness in slipped discs.

Herniated Disc (Slipped Disc)A study started back in 1970 was designed to investigate the long term impact of physical fitness on the chances of developing a lumbar herniated disc (slipped disc in the lower back).


February 25, 2013

Zombie Nation - Acupuncture can Relieve Insomnia.

Acupuncture relieves sleeping problemsLeading up to Acupuncture Awareness Week 2013 research reveals how sleep deprived Brits need to get to the point.

20% of the British population claim to feel like Zombies after a disturbed night’s sleep and 66% regularly sleep less than the recommended 8 hours.


February 22, 2013

Independent quality mark for the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC).

Since February 15, 2013 patients and the public will be able to choose an acupuncturist belonging to a register vetted and approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.


February 21, 2013

Sara Ball, her husband Darren and baby Yasmin raise £100 for The Chestnut Tree House.

At Park View Acupuncture and Chiropractic we ran a sweepstake on baby Ball’s birth stats and they made it into The Worthing Herald.


February 20, 2013

Voltarol/Diclofenac associated with increased heart risk.

Diclofenac causing heart attacksA recent review of Voltarol/Diclofenac has revealed that it is as bad in causing heart and circulation problems as Vioxx, which some time ago was withdrawn from Worldwide markets.


February 14, 2013

Effective Physical Treatment for Children and Adolescents

Chiropractic is effective for pain in adolescents and childrenHere at Park View Acupuncture and Chiropractic Clinic we often get asked to ‘just have look at my son/daughter/grandchild as he/she complains of back pain but surely that can not be right, can it?’

There is a surprisingly high number of children and adolescents suffering from lower back pain.


January 31, 2013

By mimicking their parent(s) children can learn to have pain.

Children mimick parents' painChildren of parents with chronic pain are more likely to have chronic pain themselves.

44 percent of the 7373 youngsters admitted to having chronic non-specific pain, i.e. pain without medical origin. Most said that they had pain in more than one area and 80 percent of them says that it affects their everyday life.


January 17, 2013

Winter is here so watch your step!

injury falling in the snowWinter is now here in more ways than one. Icy and slippery roads and pavements can be hazardous. When we start being cautious trying to stop ourselves from falling we often start changing the way we walk putting undue strain on the legs and the back. So, what can you do to minimise the impact (hopefully not literally!)?


January 07, 2013

The ‘bad back’ is a global phenomenon

Bone and Joint Decade logoLocal Worthing chiropractor, Jan Olsen DC, comments on the latest report on muscle and joint disease.

In a very comprehensive study  that  the Lancet published last month (The Global Burden of Disease 2012), conditions of the muscles and joints were found to be affecting 1.7 billion people.


January 04, 2013

New Year, New You?

FireworksAre you one of the many people with renewed enthusiasm and commitment to make 2013 healthier than 2012 and planning to take more exercise? Then ease yourself into new habits – don’t launch yourself full-on into a physical programme, which could come to an abrupt halt due to back and neck pain.


November 28, 2012

Grapefruit can cause a drug overdose

Grapefruit causing drug overdoseFor some time it has been known but not very well communicated that mixing grapefruit with some drugs can cause an unintentional drug overdose. A large number of newer drugs are affected.


November 21, 2012

Study shows that chiropractic neck manipulation is safe

chiropractic is safeA study recently published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physical Therapeutics looks at the strain on the neck arteries during chiropractic treatment. The conclusion is that the treatment is not a factor in arterial damage.


November 19, 2012

Arthritis and Joint Health; Part 2 - Fish Oils

Not all fish oils are equalIn part two we will cover fish oils, their potential benefit and the correct dosage.

The active constituents of fish oil are the Omega 3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA. The human body converts these into prostaglandins, which have help control inflammation in the body.

However, there is something fishy going on - yes REALLY fishy!


November 12, 2012

Chiropractors Granted Historic Royal Charter

Royal College of ChiropractorsAt the Privy Council meeting on November 9, 2012 the Queen approved the Royal Charter to the College of Chiropractors. This is the first Royal Charter to be granted to a complementary medicine organisation on the UK.


November 5, 2012

Arthritis and Joint Health - Part 1

Arthritis and Joint HealthMore than 7 million UK adults have long-term health problems related to their joints, such as arthritis. Whereas it may not surprise you that joint pains afflicts over half of the over 55s, 10% of the people under the age of 25 also suffer.

In part 1 we explain the difference between the two most common types of arthritis and the use of Glucosamine Sulphate. Future posts will cover other treatment and home care approaches.

October 18, 2012

More proof that chiropractic is better than drugs

The journal Spine has recently published a double blinded randomised controlled trial (RCT) comparing High Velocity Low Amplitude spinal manipulation (HVLA) with Diclofenac (aka Voltarol) and with a placebo. HVLA, which is commonly used as part of chiropractic back pain treatment was superior in both cases.

External link to Medscape

October 8, 2012

Back Care Awareness Week - October 8-12, 2012

Today sees the start of Back Care Awareness Week (BCAW), which is an annual recurring event supported by The British Chiropractic Association and Backcare UK.

In support of the BCAW we are offering HALF PRICE Initial Chiropractic Consultations, which include your first treatment.

You must call us during the BCAW but you can schedule you appointment for whenever it suits you.

Call us now on 01903 230066.

More information is available here or through our September newsletter.

September 27, 2012

Mark and Spencer and the British Chiropractic Association launch Perfect Poise lingerie range.

After around two years, a joint initiative between the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) and Marks & Spencer has resulted in M&S launching their Perfect Poise (TM) range of undergarments.


September 19, 2012.

NICE Recommends Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Over Drugs for Headache Treatment.

The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) has just published new guidelines for headache treatment. They recommend avoiding painkillers as they often end up making the headaches worse. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture is recommended as an effective drug free treatment option. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture should not be confused with the type of of acupuncture administered by GPs, physiotherapists, chiropractors and others. We hope to write more on this shortly. Please do call us on 01903 230066 for information on how we can help you.

Links: NICE, BBC, Park View Article on headaches

September 17, 2012

Knee Pain and Its Relationship with Body Weight.

Yet again Australian researchers come up with some interesting research. This time on the how changes in our body weight affect the onset and relief of knee pain.


September 3, 2012

We have a winner of our Facebook competition.

Katie Taylor from Lancing was first ‘out of the hat.’ We were so close to reaching the next prize tier that we decided to upgrade Katie’s prize from an iPod Shuffle to an iPod Nano. Thank you to everyone who joined in.

Competition page

August 28, 2012

Sara is expecting a baby.

Our Sports Therapist Sara Ball and her husband Darren are delighted to announce that they are having a baby in January.

Sara is planning to work until mid December and will return to work at the clinic after a short break. She is in the process of arranging locum cover for the duration of her absence.

August 24, 2012

How to avoid and relieve back pain in pregnancy.

Worthing chiropractor, Jan Olsen from Park View Acupuncture and Chiropractic Clinic offers tips and advice on how to avoid or relieve back pain in pregnancy.

So, if you are pregnant or you know someone who is. Then you should know that 50% of pregnant women get back pain. What can you do about it? We may just have the answer.


August 20, 2012

Back to School, heavy bags and ill fitting furniture.

It may sound unbelievable but children do get back pain. In fact, according to research done by the British Chiropractic Association, 32% of six and seven year olds get back pain at some time. By the time they reach reach age eleven the figure rises to 45%.


August 13, 2012

What goes ‘CRACK’?

Spinal Manipulative Therapy or the ‘manual chiropractic spinal adjustment’ is one of the many treatment techniques we use. It is also known as a High Velocity Low Amplitude (HVLA) adjustment. This means moving the joint a very small distance VERY quickly. Sometimes a ‘cracking’ sound is heard. This is called ‘joint cavitation’.


July 23, 2012

How to avoid the dreaded ‘Holiday Tummy Bug’

Have you experienced a holiday spoiled by stomach problems. while the rest of your party were enjoying themselves on the beach? Then you are not alone as a large proportion of travellers have their holiday interrupted by diarrhoea and vomiting.


July 12, 2012

American HMO makes chiropractic mandatory before they will consider surgery.

We have heard it all now!!

An American Health Maintenance Organisation (HMO) recently issued guideline to the effect that conservative care including chiropractic is mandatory before considering spinal surgery for chronic lower back pain.


July 10, 2012

Tall People at risk

The medical journal Spine has just published a large study, which indicated that taller people are more at risk of back pain than the average size person


July 1, 2012

Win the New iPad

We are giving you the chance to win an iPad, a smaller Apple prize or treatment to the equivalent value. All you have to do is to ‘like’ our Facebook page. You can increase your chances of winning by making sure that you ‘Follow’ us on Twitter and that you are signed up to our newsletter. However, you must be an existing patient or live or work locally to Worthing in West Sussex to be eligible to win.

Full competition rules can be found here.

June 22, 2012

Chronic Pain.

Pain is useful in telling us when we are damaging ourselves and when an injury needs peace and quiet to recover, but what happens when pain goes on beyond the healing of the injury and for so long that your body adapts to it?


June 13, 2012

Should spinal manipulation for treating neck pain be abandoned?

The British Medical Journal has on June 8, 2012 published a debate in which English and Canadian researchers disagree on the suitability of spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) for neck pain. Worthing chiropractor Jan Olsen tries to put things into perspective.


May 29, 2012

Sarah gets her first Hole-in-One!

She gets lots of practice so sooner or later it had to happen. Our principal acupuncturist, Sarah Cooper-Olsen gets her first hole-in-one. She achieved it with a 9-iron on the 12th hole on the Upper Course at Worthing Golf Club - and except for the last few centimetres it did fly all the way. Well done, Sarah.

She assures us all that she did warm up using the recommended warm-up exercises, which are available here.

May 23, 2012

Acupuncture can help relieving chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

A new Japanese study published online on May 14, 2012 in the Archives of Internal Medicine suggests that acupuncture may help relieving dyspnoea (shortness of breath) on exertion in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).


May 17, 2012

Zumba? Running? Working out? - Have you got the right shoes?

The consequences of wearing an unsuitable shoe can be disastrous. Your contact with the ground will set in motion a whole chain of events from the foot through the ankle, the knee, the hip, the pelvis and the spine. At best the wrong footwear will limit your performance but it has the potential to cause serious and long-standing injury. Choose your shoes with care.


May 8, 2012

Cost effectiveness of pain clinics are put into question.

A transcript of a lecture given by Peter Yellowless (PE) at a British Pain Society Philosophy and Ethics meeting was published in Pain News in March 2012. In these times of austerity it makes very interesting reading as it suggests that pain clinics are anything but cost effective.


April 26, 2012

Pain at work - What is your attitude?

Recent Australian research suggests that working in a role you do not enjoy make you more likely to suffer back  pain than your colleagues who enjoy their work. The study will be presented at a Pain Society meeting in late April by its author, Rheumatologist, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Associate Professor Markus Melloh.


April 23, 2012

Sue is joining us.

Following the retirement of Judith we are excited to announce that Sue is taking her place. Sue was picked from over 150 candidates and we are sure that you will enjoy meeting her at the reception desk. For a number of years she has worked for Boots Opticians and she will maintain a single weekly shift there. Good luck to Sue - although she probably won't need it.


April 16, 2012

Pregnant? Low back pain or sciatica? Tired and sore? You are not alone!

As if you didn’t already have enough to worry about, indications are that 50% of all pregnant women suffer back pain. The annoying thing is that there is little information as to What? Why? When? Who?

Worthing chiropractor, Jan Olsen DC, tries to provide some answers.


April 5, 2012

It is official - sitting is bad for you!

It even increases your risk of dying by quite a lot. An epidemiologist, Alpa V. Patel PhD, from Atlanta has published a study* into the risks of sitting too much. She tracked over 220.000 Australian adults for three years and found that sitting increases your odds of dying.


March 29, 2012

Tips to Prevent Back Pain in Golfers

Believe it or not back pain in golfers is very common. Four out of five will experience pain at some point and one in five will have pain right now.

With that in mind I have put together a list of nine tips, which should help you get out there when time and the weather allows.


March 26, 2012

Back pain in children is linked to the weight of their school bag.

When carrying something it is generally considered better to distribute the weight evenly and holding it as close to your body as possible. This is why a backpack or a rucksack often is recommended as a school bag. However, for it to be of benefit it needs to be worn over both shoulders and, when packed, the weight of the bag should not exceed 10% of the child’s weight.


March 19, 2012

Is your pillow a pain in the neck? - or the back or the head?

If you wake up with neck pain, back pain and/or headaches, which disappear fairly quickly after rising you may benefit from adjusting the height of the pillow you sleep on. It does not necessarily mean that you have to get new pillow, as you may be able to make the one you have already support you better. So how do you do that?


March 13, 2012

Do you get ‘normal’ headaches?

Ian and I treat a wide variety of conditions here at Park View Acupuncture and Chiropractic Clinic. However, one of the routine questions we always ask during the case history is: “Do you get headaches?” and a very common answer is: “No more than everyone else” or words to that effect. How often does ‘everyone else’ get headaches?


March 8, 2012

Wahooo - We made it into the Worthing Herald.

A couple of weeks ago the journalist, Catrin Shi, from the Worthing Herald came to see Sarah for acupuncture. She was so impressed that she wrote a whole page in the paper about it.

It was published on March 8, 2012. And yes, she has been back.

Download the article as a PDF (2.2 Mb)

March 7, 2012

Could Vitamin D relieve and help preventing Crohn’s Disease?

Vitamin D appears to have had its fair share of attention lately – and it just keeps coming. In the March issue of Gastroenterology an article suggests that it may have a significantly decrease the risk of developing Crohn’s Disease, an inflammatory disease, as well as preventing flares in sufferers.


February 29, 2012

How long does it take to get back pain?

Worthing chiropractor Jan Olsen explains why back pain happens to so many people and why sudden onset of pain often happens doing something trivial.

Many people sit more or less constantly for 8 hours a day doing a stressful job, often in a poor chair with keyboard, monitor, telephone, paperwork, lunch and coffee mug fighting for space on the desk in front of them.


February 22, 2012

Brits are Missing the point of Acupuncture.

Research out today has revealed that over 21% of the British public think an acupuncturist’s needle is as large as that used in an injection, proving that despite the ancient Chinese medicine’s rising popularity there are still a host of common misconceptions surrounding the treatment.

Acupuncture Awareness Week 27th February – 4th March 2012


February 21, 2012

Chiropractic on the NHS?

Do you think chiropractic in Worthing should be available on the NHS?

A study published in October 2011 shows that chiropractic on the NHS can be very effective. A pilot scheme in Essex showed that more than 99% of the patients referred were satisfied with their care.


February 20, 2012

Physical Activity May Improve Kids' Academic Performance

Researchers in Holland concerned about schools cutting back on PE to make more time for academic subjects reviewed published studies into the effect of vigorous physical activity on academic performance.


February 08, 2012

Blame and claim

Mounting whiplash claims are dramatically inflating insurance costs, which could be dramatically cut if the government took action to restrict these claims. This is the conclusion in a recent report by the House of Commons Select Committee.


January 31, 2012

New Year, New You?

Are you one of the many people with renewed enthusiasm and commitment to make 2012 healthier than 2011 and planning to take more exercise? Then ease yourself into new habits – don’t launch yourself full-on into a physical programme, which could come to an abrupt halt due to back and neck pain.


January 20, 2012

What is the single best thing you can do for your health?

Can you guess what helps knee arthritis, dementia, diabetes, anxiety, depression, fatigue and even lower your risk of death?


January 10, 2012

Spinal Manipulation, Exercise are better than drugs for Neck Pain

January 3, 2012 the Annals of Internal Medicine published a study involving 272 subjects. The study compared 12 weeks of spinal manipulation (SMT), exercise and advice (HEA), and drug therapy.


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