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Olympic Success and Chiropractic

At the London 2012 Olympics, the British Chiropractic Association was involved with the development of a multi-disciplinary team in the Polyclinic. Athletes received Chiropractic care as one of the London 2012 core services. This was again offered at Rio 2016, with many countries sending their own team of Chiropractors. “I would estimate that at least … Continue reading “Olympic Success and Chiropractic”

New Research Concludes That Paracetamol is Ineffective at Treating Back Pain and Osteoarthritis

The British Medical Journal published the review of 13 clinical trials, which said that paracetamol did not improve quality of life or reduce disability. One of the findings of the review was also that the drug increases the risk of liver problems. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the NHS are … Continue reading “New Research Concludes That Paracetamol is Ineffective at Treating Back Pain and Osteoarthritis”

Chiropractic Awareness Week (13th-19th April)

The prevalence of back and neck pain has risen by almost 10 per cent in the last year according to new consumer research from the British Chiropractic Association. Four in five people (86%) surveyed are currently experiencing back or neck ache or have suffered in the past, compared to 77% last year*. The figures show … Continue reading “Chiropractic Awareness Week (13th-19th April)”