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Most Common Causes Of Herniated Discs Explained By Our Fareham Chiropractor

Herniated discs result in a painful condition which can lead to a variety of complications including muscle weakness, spasms, and numbness. Although herniated discs are quite common, there is a lot of misinformation about how they occur and what the best course of treatment may be. In this guide, our Fareham chiropractor shares some details…

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Our Fareham Chiropractor Offers This Advice For Choosing A Mattress For Back Pain

Getting a good night’s sleep is an important part of maintaining your health. It helps your body heal damaged tissue, remove toxins, balance hormone levels, and perform a variety of other critical tasks. The many incredible benefits of sleep are the reason why our chiropractors at Homewood Chiropractic Clinic encourage patients to get at least…

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Using Self-Care To Reduce Back Pain

If you are a regular reader of health and fitness magazines, you may have come across the term ‘self-care’ in recent years. This now-common term refers to habits, behaviours, and activities which improve or protect your wellbeing. At Homewood Chiropractic in Fareham, our chiropractors often teach self-care techniques to patients who are struggling with back…

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How To Make Working From Home Work For You – Advice From Our Fareham Chiropractor

Although the UK government is beginning to unwind the social distancing measures relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are still working at home. This can be very challenging for some of us, as it can be difficult to remain productive in a home environment. There are also several health risks associated with working from…

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Walk Your Way To A Better Back

What if we were to tell you there is a  single form of exercise which could: trim your waist line, lift your mood, reduce the risk of chronic disease, and improve your back health — all without costing a penny. Sounds too good to be true? This “magical” exercise is walking. It is a simple,…

Back Safe Gardening Advice from our Fareham Chiropractor

Back Safe Gardening Advice from our Fareham Chiropractor

Gardening is one of the most popular hobbies in the United Kingdom. It is a relaxing activity that can offer many benefits to participants, including improved cardiovascular fitness, healthier bones, and stronger muscles. Gardening can also strengthen social connections, provide plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables to eat, and lift your mood. It really is…

Understanding Arthritis

Understanding Arthritis

Arthritis is a common medical condition that causes damage to the body’s joints, leading to loss of mobility, inflammation, stiffness, pain, and a variety of other symptoms. Despite its prevalence, arthritis is still one of the most misunderstood conditions. Part of the confusion surrounding arthritis stems from the fact that there are more than 100…

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6 Ways To Manage Tennis Elbow

Tennis remains one of the most popular recreational sports in the United Kingdom. In addition to being a lot of fun to play, it is a great sport for boosting cardiovascular fitness, toning muscles, and improving bone health. Unfortunately, there are several injuries associated with tennis which can cause players to seek the assistance of…

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Signs That A Senior Should Visit A Chiropractor

Getting old is a natural part of life. As we age, we become wiser and develop a greater understanding of the world around us. Unfortunately, our bodies will begin to weaken as we grow older, resulting in a variety of unexplained aches and pains. It can be difficult to know when you should see a…

taking care of yoru spine advice from our fareham chiropractor

How Does A Chiropractor Treat Lower Back Pain?

Lower back pain is one of the most common medical ailments amongst people living in the UK. According to the NIH, about one-third of the UK adult population is affected by lower back pain with 20% (approximately 2.6 million people) having pain so bad that they need to seek help from their GP. So, it’s…