Are You Sitting Comfortably?

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Sitting with a poor posture produces some of the largest stresses on the lower back joints (often twice as much pressure than when you stand) and can result in pain and injury.  When embarking on a long trip or a driving holiday, I strongly advise getting your seat into a supportive (not just comfortable) position.  Slouching is comfortable, but as …

Tori’s Bump

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We are thrilled to announce that our Pilates instructor, Tori is pregnant.  She is due in October and keen to keep on teaching until mid/late September, when Suzi will be covering her classes.  Congratulations to Tori and Lee.

The Regency Chiropractic Clinic Introduces Two New Team Members

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Stuart Kedge – Stuart joins us from Marlow.  He enjoys treating people from all walks of life and feels everyone could benefit from chiropractic care.  A keen golf and hockey player, he is very interested in all sports injuries and the biomechanics of improving the bodies sporting performance Sarah Carpenter – Sarah is the first Phyisotherapist to join us at …

How Chiropractors and Physiotherapists Work Together

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As part of an exciting expansion, experienced Physiotherapist, Sarah Carpenter, joins The Regency Chiropractic Clinic this month.  She will be helping patients with all forms of musculoskeletal injury.  As well as looking after her own patients, she will be working alongside the chiropractors to offer a combined treatment when necessary.  This is a very unusual approach to patient management, as …

Robs Gardening and DIY tips

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Avoid the terrible twos (too much, too soon) – plan your activity, start with the lighter jobs, then move on Ensure you take regular breaks – every 20 minutes or so, take a break or change jobs Keep moving – if you have to stay on one job, move yourself or your ladder regularly Avoid too much twisting – keep …

Keep on Running

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For those tackling their 1st marathon, training should wind down in the last few weeks to allow plenty of rest in your legs and your longest run need not be more than 18-20 miles. You don’t need to do the 26.2 miles as a rehearsal! Also get lots of sleep, most adults are thought to be sleep deprived!!  Likewise, if …

Matt’s Fitness Tips

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Always eat breakfast Eat little and often instead of having big meals Always warm up for 5-10mins before exercise It’s safer, more effective to do abdominal/core exercises than crunches and sit-ups If you’d like to lose weight, select activities that use the whole body To measure weight loss, weigh yourself first thing in the morning, on the same day of the …

It’s all change at the clinic this year

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Lisa is heading for pastures new, as she moves to New York for a couple of years, while Jenny is retiring after nearly 10 years with us – we wish them both the best of luck, they will be missed! This in turn means we have an exciting New Year at the Clinic.  Elaine is now on reception with Jill, …