Good Posture Is Much More Than Looking Good – 8 Daily Exercises To Help You With Your Posture

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We learn to sit up when we are only a few months old and instinctively, we know how to sit well.  But, unfortunately not for long!  For whatever reason – most likely watching our parents/others – we lose this ability and slouching becomes the norm. We learn to sit up when we are only a few months old and instinctively, …

Pregnancy & Exercise – How Much Should You Do?

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‘Take it easy’, ‘don’t over do it’, ‘don’t lie on your back’, ‘do you really think you should be running?’ Familiar comments to a pregnant lady. But are these comments dated and what are the ‘rules’ of exercise during pregnancy? It is safe to say that there are no hard and fast rules, there are no guarantees and there are …

Shoulder Pain & Tennis

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Like many sports, there is a repetitive nature to tennis.  Performing strokes over and over again – all slightly different in reach, angle and strength, but essentially hundreds of forehands, backhands repeatedly.  Serves, volleys and smashes put even more strain through the shoulder and stress the mechanics with every hit.  With perfect shoulder posture (which most of us don’t have …

Tennis Elbow

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What Is It? Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is pain caused by the inflammation or micro tears to the muscles and tendons of the forearm where they attach to the bone just below the elbow. The damage is caused by over-use or over-loading of the forearm – such as in tennis (especially with poor technique, late hits or wrong grip size), but …

Cycling Can Be A Pain In The Back

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With the Sportive season well and truly underway – but still many more to come – we thought it was a good time to look at a common cycling problem (especially in long distance cycling), low back pain. So what’s the recipe for biking discomfort? Main contributors to low back pain when riding are:- poor core strength, poor flexibility, poor …

Mat’s Triathlon Story So Far – Regency Sponsors GB Triathlete

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Hi I am Mat Bissett, I am a triathlete from Cheltenham and I am extremely proud to be representing Great Britain in the 2017 Kitzbühel ETU Standard Distance Triathlon European Championships in June. I am also pleased to confirm that the Regency Clinic is one of my sponsors – helping to keep me in peak condition – with chiropractic, physiotherapy …

Dry Needling & Manual Therapy

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By Massage Therapist, Matt Wagstaff The origin of acupuncture derives from eastern traditional Chinese medicine suggested to go back some 3,000 years to its origin. Dry needling or medical acupuncture, as it’s sometimes referred is a derivative of the traditional Chinese acupuncture, though its foundation of use often follows slightly different theories and pathways. Within Chinese medicine, acupuncture is aimed …