Here to help keep you up to date and provide further information about keeping your body happy, healthy and moving.
Chiropractic & Headaches
Do you suffer from recurring headaches? If it helps, you are not alone. Newsflash!!!! Did you know that headaches are one of the most experienced conditions by human beings across the globe?
Injury blog: Sciatica
Have you ever bent forward to pick something up and had a sudden shoot of pain down the back of the leg to the foot? This is a familiar scenario to a lot of us. If you have experienced such a thing, you’ll know just how much discomfort it can cause.
What happens to aging muscles?
This month we are discussing the effects of aging on our muscle health. Ask any elderly person and they will tell you that getting old comes with multiple challenges.
These last few months have seen big changes to the way we live across the world. So, we thought we’d check-in to see how you are going and try to offer some words of support and advice as we continue to power on.
New to chiropractic? Fear not! We at Flo Chiropractic have written a guide on frequently asked questions, to give you the information you need to get yourself started in the world of chiro.
Helpful ways to manage stress
Are you stressed? With everything going on in the world right now we thought it was the ideal time to write a blog on effective ways of managing stress. Read on for our helpful tips…
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
This month we’re discussing a condition that can affect the whole arm, from the neck, down to the tips of your fingers. Welcome to the world of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (aka ‘TOS’)
Spinal Cord injury: the ins and outs
Let’s take a look into the world of spinal cord injuries. The anatomy of the spine and the different types of spinal cord injuries, possible signs and symptoms as well as different treatment options.
Cervical nerve root syndrome
Do you have neck pain that moves down the arm to the hand? One possible cause of these symptoms is when the nerve tissue gets compressed as it comes out of the spine at the neck.