Back pain in pregnancy and chiropractic

Back pain in pregnancy and chiropractic

During pregnancy your body changes to adapt to your growing baby. These changes happen fast and you can experience pain and discomfort in your pelvic and lower back area. Hannah’s story Hannah came to me here at Sundial during her 4th month of pregnancy because she was experiencing pelvic pain for few weeks and the…

Headaches - the hidden cause

Headaches – the hidden cause

Anyone who has suffered from regular headaches knows how unpleasant and disrupting they can be. Many headache sufferers find it difficult to concentrate, to work or even carry out simple activities without feeling grumpy. Jamie’s story Jamie came to me here at Sundial because of six years of headaches that were affecting his work and his…

Brighton half marathon recovery tips: how to manage an acute injury

Brighton half marathon recovery tips: how to manage an acute injury

As a physiotherapist, I get asked how to manage an acute running injury a lot and having just completed training session or race itself you may be asking the yourself the same question.  So in order to help you with your post run recovery here’s a few useful tips to ease you back to fitness…

How to beat running injuries with strength training

How to beat running injuries with strength training

To avoid common running injuries you should follow the lyrics of Daft Punk – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger! As a physiotherapist I get to meet lots of runners with common overuse injuries and I believe most of these problems can be overcome with some simple strength and conditioning principles. If you’re planning on competing in…

Should you stretch as part of your warmup for running?

Should you stretch as part of your warmup for running?

Should I Stretch or Should I Go Now? If I don’t there will be trouble and if I do there could be double, so come on and let me know…should I stretch or should I go? The great stretch debate has been going on for several years now with lots of conflicting views leaving the…

Acupuncture and homeopathy to reduce symptoms of perimenopause.

Acupuncture and homeopathy to reduce symptoms of perimenopause.

Though the severity is variable, most women report experiencing some symptoms once they enter the perimenopausal phase of their lives, which may last anything from months to years until their periods cease at menopause. The average age for menopause is 50 with perimenopause generally starting in the mid 40’s although it is not uncommon for…

Sundial visits Sussex Beacon

Sundial visits Sussex Beacon

Richard and Matthew visited the Sussex Beacon recently. As keen supporters of the Beacon they were wanted to understand more about the amazing work going on there. They were shown around by Jason Warriner, Clinical Services Director, who explained the range of services provided by the Beacon which includes specialist care and support for people…