National Conference- Back 2 Balance scoops up 4 awards!

On September 20th 2018, your Back 2 Balance spinal health team descended on Essex…..dressed as Blue Cows. If you want to know what the Blue Cow is, it is a metaphor taken from a children’s story.   With excitement and possible trepidation for those of the team who haven’t been to one of these conferences, we travelled up together. Speakers from all around the world showed up to ignite the passion and energy into us…re affirming our commitment to help as many of our community as possible to move towards more optimal health and thus the joy of life. People […] more

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Spinal Awareness Week 2018- it’s not how you feel its how you function

Spinal Awareness Week 2018: Why a healthy spine means a healthy body  The Alliance of UK Chiropractors (AUKC) has launched a campaign to make people more aware about the importance of a having a healthy spine.  The (AUKC) says the spine is key to overall health, not just the back and neck, because it houses and protects the central nervous system that connects the body to the brain. The organisation brings together the United Chiropractic Association (UCA), McTimoney Chiropractic Association (MCA) and the Scottish Chiropractic Association (SCA).  One of the chiropractors leading the AUKC’s Spinal Awareness Week campaign on 14-20 May is Donald Francis, a member of the UCA and an executive board member of the SCA. He explained: “Chiropractors look predominantly at the spine because that’s our […] more

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Chiropractic Awareness Week April 2018- Just Keep Moving

Press Release! Southerners advised to keep moving to halt rise in back pain New research finds increasing numbers of people from the South East suffering from back and neck pain New research released to mark Chiropractic Awareness Week (9 – 15 April), has found that two fifths (40%) of people in the South East are currently experiencing back or neck pain, an 8% increase on 2017. The research, which was carried out by the British Chiropractic Association, found that for sufferers in the South East, the top triggers for this pain were; Lifting or carrying heavy objects (49%) Sitting for […] more

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Award winners from our Sept Client Appreciation Party

Each year we hold a ‘Client Appreciation’ party, as a way of us saying how much we value and honour you. This year was no exception! We decided to include an award ceremony too with awards for top referrer, largest family under chiropractic care, biggest improver, as well as other awards inc Winston’s favourite clients (who spoil him!) Here are YOUR award winners for 2017…. Could it be you next year?! Drum roll please………. Top Referrer goes to Peter- Peter has referred a minimum of 4 people to us just this year alone- and the year is not yet finished! Most […] more

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Does the sun affect our behaviour?

It may be cold outside, but the sun still shines. To remind us about those sunny days, and for those luck enough to be be visiting sunny destinations, our very own ray of sunshine, Hayley, has some thoughts on how sunyshine affects our behaviour. I think we can all agree that we have had some great weather over the summer period and its still continuing into autumn and winter. Some of us love this weather and some of us could do without it being so warm! This got me thinking about how the sun affects us all in different ways […] more

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STOP THE PRESS! Award winners and nominees at Back 2 Balance!

  We are VERY excited, and very proud of ALL our team members at Back 2 Balance. However, we are making special mention of several team members, who were nominated, and one or two who indeed won awards at a chiropractic training event this last weekend.  Practice Manager of the year Award Our lovely Practice Manager, Richard, won the award in this category! Our Back 2 Balance Practice Manager, Richard Renson, is simply wonderful. Richard always keeps in touch with every member of our team with regular 1-2-1’s to ensure all are happy, healthy and well, and is fundamentally responsible […] more

Running better with osteopathy and chiropractic

  Denise, Back2Balance’s new Osteopath, is a fan of outdoor exercise. She runs, cycles (when her bike has air in the tyres!), and helps others avoid injury with her expert support. In this blog, Denise offers us guidance and tips to avoid unnecessary pain. Running is great for our cardiovascular and mental health. It is also better with Osteopathy and Chiropractic. It speeds up weight loss and helps us feel and look better. You either love or hate running. It’s very rare that people grow to love it. Unfortunately, most runners will experience some sort of injury at some point in their lives. Common […] more

Chiropractic Awareness Week 11 – 16 April 2016

Workers in the South East slacking when it comes to back pain As part of Chiropractic Awareness Week (11 – 16 April) Rebecca from Back2Balance is urging workers to do more to protect their backs, both in the office and at home. New research from the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) reveals that over a quarter (28%) of workers in the South East admit to taking no proactive measures to help prevent back or neck pain. Despite this, almost one fifth (19%) of people in the region who have suffered from back or neck pain said work can trigger it, and […] more

Chiropractor meets Olympic windsurfing coach

Meriel Davis, chiropractor at Back 2 Balance in Brighton and Hove, has a very special interest in the field of sports chiropractic and treating athletes. In this blog episode she describes her experiences on holiday meeting and consequently helping, an Olympic windsurfing coach.   I was lucky enough to have a short break visiting a friend who lives in the Dominican Republic earlier on this year. Naturally I took all my kite/surf stuff with me. I lodged in her apartment and I made the most of the country whilst she joined me half the time the other half of the […] more

Growing up with Headaches

Candice Taylor, chiropractor and qualified hypnotherapist, gives the reasons for relaxing and unwinding. Candice gives her personal story about suffering with headaches and chiropractic treatment.   I can’t remember when they started, it was definitely before I became a teenager. As soon as I turned 11 that’s when I remember them getting in the way of a ‘normal’ life. Everyday, as the school day began to draw to a close a fog would descend and the headache began to brew. Always in the same place, behind the eyes. Usually I would just brush it off believing that it was me, […] more

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