back pain advice from our fareham chiropractor

Sit Less Move More Advises Our Fareham Chiropractor

The Get Britain Standing campaign is an initiative designed to increase awareness of the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle. Running through the month of April, the campaign shares information on the health risks associated with excessive sitting and offers strategies to mitigate that risk. At our busy Fareham chiropractic clinic, we often see the results…

advice for reducing stress from our Fareham chiropractors

5 Ways To Stress Less with Advice From Our Fareham Chiropractors

It is not uncommon for patient visiting our Fareham chiropractic clinic to be suffering with severe muscular tension. It is no coincidence that many of these patients are experiencing high levels of stress in their day to day lives. Stress can be a significant contributor to tension in the muscles, which can cause pain, increase…

back pain treated by our fareham chiropractor

Why Does My Back Hurt? The Most Common Causes Of Back Pain

Back pain is a common ailment that affects millions of people each year. It remains the leading cause of disability worldwide and is often responsible for chronic pain, where the sufferer must deal with pain on an almost daily basis. Back pain is also the most common reason why people will visit our chiropractic clinic…

back care advice from our fareham chiropractor

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…

farham chiropractor shares stretching advice for back pain

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…

posture advice from our fareham chiropractor

Habits Which Make Good Posture Easy

The effect of poor posture is often one of the most common reasons patients visit our chiropractic clinic in Fareham. Many of these patients present with back pain or neck pain and are frequently surprised that their posture is contributing to their pain.  Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the impact that poor posture has…

back pain treated by our fareham chiropractor

3 Tips For Preventing Back Pain While Working From Home

In the last few years, an increasing number of people have started working from home. However, with the challenging times we are experiencing this number has increase suddenly as more and more people are finding themselves having to work from home. Working from home does bring several benefits which can include more productivity and less…

back care advice from our fareham chiropractor

The Pain Free Guide To Christmas Shopping From Our Fareham Chiropractor

Christmas time, mistletoe and wine … And Christmas shopping. The festive period is underway, and that means one thing: it’s time to hit the shopping aisles. While most High Street shops try their best to make Christmas shopping fun and exciting with their perfectly decorated trees and twinkling fairy lights, the reality is that it…

back care advice from our fareham chiropractor

Fed Up of Morning Back Pain? Put it to Bed Once and For All

Do you experience back pain first thing in the morning? According to our Fareham chiropractor, the key to a pain-free morning could be in the way you sleep at night.  Waking up with back pain can affect the rest of your day, so here are some helpful tips to protect your back as you catch…

taking care of yoru spine advice from our fareham chiropractor

Halloween Special: The Horror of Ignoring Your Back Pain

Up to 80% of us will suffer from back pain at some point during our lives, and while it’s uncomfortable, most of the time it doesn’t pose a serious hazard to our health. But how do you know if your back pain is a sign that there is something more serious going on?  According to…