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01323 733 361

Eastbourne Chiropractic Clinic
5 Old Orchard Road
Eastbourne BN21 1DB


‹ › A 5 minutes walk from Eastbourne Terminal ‹ › Clinic free parking ‹ ›

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10 January 2019

From our team to you:
We wish you a Happy New Year, Good Health and Harmony

Eastbourne Chiropractic Clinic can help you approach your new health objectives for 2019. Let our practitioners be part of the big picture towards a healthier and better you. We have a team that can support you to achieve your goals. Our chiropractors can recommend instructional sessions of home exercise with advice (HEA) as well as guidance on warm up exercises to protect your neck and back. Discover the benefits of Wellness Care that include the manual therapies of chiropractic, massage, reflexology and Alexander Technique plus nutrition guidelines and counselling. We can help prepare a personal Wellness Care package that will complement the exercise and health activities you plan for 2019.

A reminder: The NHS offers a free Health Check. If you have not, we recommend you do. If you have, bring your results with you.

18 June 2018

We will respond to your queries or comments. Please use the contact box above.
- - ADDRESS THE CAUSES Chiropractors donít just want to see you every time you have a problem, they want to help you avoid the problem in the first place and offer a wide range of excellent Ďtop tipsí. - -

Here is some useful advice: SUMMER IS HERE

Ref: www.chiropractic.on.ca/public/your-back-health/summer-fit-tips/

Keep your back in mind, as you gear up for a fun-filled summer. Here are some tips to keep your back healthy as you exercise and enjoy the great outdoors this summer.

Warm up Before hitting the links or even the back garden, make sure you warm up. Do gentle stretches to limber up muscles and joints before lifting, digging or swinging that golf club.

Learn the Proper Technique Learn the correct technique for your activity, right from the beginning. Poor technique can cause injury to joints and muscles. For example, be sure to kneel, not bend, when planting your garden. For golfers, take professional lessons to rid yourself of bad habits in your golf swing that could hurt your back.

Maximize Your Flexibility Maintaining good mobility for muscles and joints will contribute to your athletic ability and help prevent injury. Restrictions in muscle and joint function can hamper your technique and lead to strains and sprains. If you are a runner, take the time to stretch out calf and thigh muscles before hitting the road.

Drink Fluids Drink plenty of fluids before, during and after physical activity. Remember that once you are thirsty, you are already starting to dehydrate. Dehydration affects your energy level and your physical functioning.

Donít Overdo It Donít do too much, too soon or too fast. Take your time and work up your activity level slowly before pushing yourself too hard. This is especially true if you have been inactive all winter.

Cool Down Cooling down after any physical activity is just as important as warming up. Take 20 minutes for a brisk walk or a slow jog, and stretch out your muscles and joints before heading for the shower.

Seek Professional Help If you suffer an injury or expereince pain from your summer recreational activities, if pain persists, consult a chiropractor or health care professional to help you with your recovery.

10 May 2018

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04 May 2018

This May Bank Holiday Weekend
The weather forecast is good. Whatever you are doing: driving, out in the outdoors, DIY, gardening or relaxing
- Warm up and warm down to lessen the chance of muscle strain
- If you need to use a ladder, make sure you are always facing it and move the ladder regularly rather than leaning to reach your goal. Always keep your shoulder, hips and knees pointing in the same direction.
-Vary your activity and try to spend no more than 20-30 minutes on any one thing. It is important to take breaks to avoid being in the same position for too long.


HELPFUL GUIDELINES - Read some of our articles in our Newsletter page
- Newsletter 2 - Gardening and your spine
- Newsletter 3 - Home improvements