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Flexibility vs. mobility

Flexibility vs. mobility – what’s in a word?

There are some words that are used without really understanding what they refer to. Flexibility and mobility are two examples of these. You may be forgiven for thinking that they are basically the same thing. However, it’s important to understand the difference between the two when it comes to our aims.

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Cracking joints- what is that noise, and is it bad for me?

To crack or not to crack – that is the question!

Do you enjoy cracking your knuckles? If so, have you had people tell you that it will damage your joints?

Thankfully, research has shown that there is no link between arthritis and cracking your joints. So, do you know why joint cracking occurs? Or when you should see your doctor or Chiropractor about it?

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Toes and balance

Oooh, toes!

As children, we pay quite close attention to our toes. Whether its from singing “This little piggy went to market…” or literally being able to put our foot in our mouth – when we are young, they are fun!

Yet as adults, we tend to simply put socks over them, perhaps only focusing on them when we have to cut our toenails.

So, what do we know about our toes; what do they actually do? And how can we help keep them healthy?

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Is jaw pain making you snappy?

Although there may be times you wish someone would stop talking, its no laughing matter when you have difficulty opening and closing your mouth! We need to be able to move our jaws comfortably in order to talk and eat. When you experience joint pain, there may be clicking or grating sensations, tenderness or swelling which could limit the range of motion of your jaw.

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Plantar fasciitis- can chiropractic care help me?

Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain, and can be incredibly painful. Our patients typically present with pain under the heel which radiates along the underside of the foot. Quite often, the pain is worst when getting out of bed in the morning.  You may also have pain when trying to stretch up. The pain is caused by tiny microtears, scarring and a breakdown of collagen where the plantar fascia attaches on to the heel bone.

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