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02 2, 2020

Exercises for Back Pain Exercises for Back Pain

BackCare Factsheet – Exercise and Posture
Exercise is commonly advised as one of the best ways to help prevent and manage most back pain.

31 1, 2020

Choosing a Chair Choosing a Chair

BackCare Factsheet – Aids and Equipment
There are no bad chairs; only chairs ill-suited to the individual and the circumstances of use.

31 1, 2020

Car Seats Car Seats

BackCare Factsheet – Aids and Equipment
Many people spend a lot of time in the car seat, often driving under some stress

11 12, 2019

Technology and sedentary lifestyles are “biggest cause of back pain”

TalkBack Editorials and Articles
More than 70% of chiropractors have treated patients with injuries linked to sedentary lifestyle habits, such as screen time (78%), commuting (88%) and sitting for too long (93%). Technology has been found to have the biggest growing impact on people’s back health, according to a recent survey by the British Chiropractic Association (BCA).

23 9, 2019

Avoid back and neck pain and injury in golf

TalkBack Editorials and Articles
Golf is a favourite pastime for many across the nation. Whether you’re a seasoned player or new to the sport, it’s important to check your swing to avoid unnecessary injury, says the British Chiropractic Association.

15 7, 2019

How can primary school teachers avoid back pain?

TalkBack Editorials and Articles
It’s notoriously difficult for adults to get comfortable while working at low heights with young children. Trying to reconcile the demands of learning and the health needs of teaching staff during the school day is a challenge. Lorna Taylor, physiotherapist and director at the consultancy Jolly Back, offers some helpful tips…

12 12, 2018

More people experiencing regular back and neck pain

TalkBack Editorials and Articles
More people in the UK are experiencing back or neck pain each week than they were five years ago, according to new research from the British Chiropractic Association (BCA).

25 9, 2018

Women more stoic than men when it comes to back pain

TalkBack Editorials and Articles
Women could be neglecting their back or neck health, clinicians are warning, as new research shows they take twice as long – six weeks on average – to seek help for their pain, while men take just three.

04 6, 2018

Don’t let back pain drive you to distraction

TalkBack Editorials and Articles
The sunny weather has arrived and we can expect plenty of opportunities to load up the car and head out for some fun weekend breaks. Unfortunately, others may have the same idea! This can often mean uncomfortable delays in queues which can be torture for those with back pain. The British Chiropractic Association has issued a series of car travel tips to help keep pain to a minimum during your journey.