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  • Blog 55 – A-Level results day

    A-Level results day!!!! What an exciting day, I remember it well. I had applied to chiropractic university in Bournemouth as I knew what I wanted to be from the age of 15 after watching my Dad have treatment on his ‘old man neck’. My mum, ever the pragmatist, made me apply to Physiotherapy as well, … Continued

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  • Blog 54 – French Girls

    I am delighted to say that I am writing this month’s edition sat in the sunshine, waiting for a wonderful Caesar Salad in my new favourite place! Recently the slightly run down old pub, ‘The Salutation Inn’ has been fully refurbished and is now called the Grapevine and is a lovely new British food style … Continued

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  • Blog 53 – Camping and Danny Dyer

    So May/June has been fantastic so far. The Button family has had our annual summer holiday down to the south of France with Nanny and Grandad Button early to take advantage of the last holiday out of high season for years, as Molly starts school in September. My parents may be well into their 60’s … Continued

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  • Blog 52 – Driving

    Somehow, a couple of months ago I was approached to give advice for Citroen car customers about how to avoid back pain on long journeys and now I am suddenly the “Citroen ergonomic Consultant! And never one to miss an opportunity I thought it would be good to share the advice as we go into … Continued

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  • Blog 51 – Sunshine and Flip flops

    The sunshine has finally hit the UK!!! Bring the vitamin D on! The memory of the long dismal winter that we had is soon a thing of the past after a couple of hot days. Ok I don’t want to be a flip flop hater but a couple of years ago when Harry was only … Continued

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    Blog 50 – Bristol advised to keep moving to halt rise in back pain

    New research finds increasing numbers of people in the South West of England are experiencing back and neck pain New research released to mark Chiropractic Awareness Week (9 – 15 April), has found that nearly half (47%) of people in the South West of England are currently experiencing back or neck pain. There has also … Continued

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  • Blog 49 – An Olympic Medal

    When I started January, I knew it was going to be a busy one, one way or the other but I had no idea that the story would end with a medal in the 2018 Winter Olympics. But first some background, for 5 years I worked down at the track at Bath University with the … Continued

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  • Blog 48 – Stress, Saunas and Sardines

    First of all I’d like to wish everyone a happy new year and hope you all had an enjoyable Christmas holidays!  With Tim and Mike both away enjoying the snowy slopes of Morzine I have the pleasure of holding down the fort for the chiros and writing this months blog.   Since joining the gang … Continued

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  • Blog 47 – Shockwaves and Superheroes

    I have a duty to tell those of you who read my last blog that I have managed to keep my gallbladder inside my body so far. It’s been just over a month since my gallbladder attack and impromptu trip to A & E. I have cut out all alcohol and fatty foods in an … Continued

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    Blog 46 – Golf and Gallstones

    What a painful month I am having…firstly I got caught doing 36mph in a 30. I don’t even remember it but according to the letter I was on my way to a Bristol Rovers game. We shouldn’t speed so I must accept my fine and go to a speeding workshop which will be conveniently near … Continued

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