Latest research show what works for sciatica

Latest research show what works for sciatica

Effective treatment for sciatica has been hard to prove. There may be many reasons for this but recent research has attempted to analyse all the best studies and combine the results in a so-called meta-analysis. The research team from Bangor University looked at more than 120 studies comparing 21 different treatment strategies. What they found…

New research reveals working causes neck and back pain in South East

New research reveals working causes neck and back pain in South East

Hard at work? So is your back. New research reveals working causes neck and back pain for people in the South East of England. As part of the British Chiropractic Association Chiropractic Awareness Week (13 – 19 April) Matthew Bennett from Sundial is urging people to take regular breaks at work to help combat neck…

Sleeping and sitting named as top triggers for back pain

Sleeping and sitting named as top triggers for back pain

What are the commonest causes of back and neck pain? Surprisingly most people don’t mention strenuous exercise but sleeping and sitting as their commonest causes of neck and back pain. A new survey asked people throughout the South East about their neck and back pain. 76% said they were currently experiencing pain in the neck…

Free Spine Check for Kids on Friday 21st February 2014

Free Spine Check for Kids on Friday 21st February 2014

Sundial Clinics, Brighton are supporting Rockinghorse with a new free spine check for children. On Friday 21st February 2014 Sundial will be carrying out free spinal check ups to check for poor posture and other causes of back pain as well as joint and muscle problems. Parents will be invited to make a donation to…

Three gym exercises to avoid with a bad back - Johns' story

Three gym exercises to avoid with a bad back – Johns’ story

When John came to see me with a recurrence of his back problem he was really fed up. He had been going to the gym and doing the core stability exercises that he had been shown by the instructor. He had been exercising two or three times a week since his bad back had recovered…

Mind your posture – carers, care for your backs with a free check up

Mind your posture – carers, care for your backs with a free check up

There are currently around 140,000 thousand carers in East and West Sussex with the figure set to rise to 180,000 by 2037[1]. For many carers physical activity such as lifting is a significant part of their daily routine. However, not all carers will be aware of their back health when looking after someone. Although paid…

The hidden dangers of Christmas: Top Tips to avoid back pain

The hidden dangers of Christmas: Top Tips to avoid back pain

Never mind the feeling of being more stuffed than the Christmas turkey there are other hidden dangers lurking around the Christmas tree. Turkey Lifters Back, Shoppers Shoulder, TV Remote Thumb may not be well known but they stalk the unwary festival reveler just the same. Ok maybe some of those names are made up but…

Benefits of Rock Tape kinesiotaping, Brighton physio Quentin Guichard explains

Benefits of Rock Tape kinesiotaping, Brighton physio Quentin Guichard explains

Rock Tape kinesiotaping has become very popular with good reason at the Olympics. If you, like us, watched the Olympics in every spare moment whilst it was on, you will have noticed athletes wearing different coloured tape.  Usain Bolt wore some on his thigh to help him speed to his historic triple gold medals.  Novak Djokavic…