The Blog

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New Mums – you don’t have to live with back pain!

At complete chiropractic back pain is probably the most common problem we work with. There are may sources of back pain, but a common (and avoidable) theme for many of our female clients is the stress and strain of being a new mum. Many women look back at the birth of their child as the… Read more »

Preventing osteoarthritis – some easy tips!

Healthy cartilage – the body’s built in shock absorber which can be found in all of our joints, is essential to staying fit, active and healthy throughout life, but too often we take it for granted! Aging, wear and tear and injury can all cause  degeneration in the cartilage, often leading to a condition known… Read more »

How to beat inflammation!

At complete chiropractic, we see lots of clients looking to improve their general health and well being. One of the most talked about issues in this regards in inflammation – an often invisible condition which potentially serious health effects. This week, Dr Irvine talks inflammation prevention through simple tweaks to the diet.   Inflammation is… Read more »

Can Chiropractic help prevent football injuries?

Football is the most-played sport around the world. And, while its usually safer than say, rugby, or hockey, injuries can and do occur.  Thankfully the application of some simple strategies can go a long way to reducing the risk, for both kids and adults.  Today I’ll explore some of the most common injuries, and how… Read more »

National Back Care Week

The UK Charity BackCare is promoting the importance of back health for children this week as their main focus of National BackCare Week. As a Chiropractor, one of the most important questions we ask our patients at Complete Chiropractic in Chelmsford is about the physical stresses they experienced in childhood.  As the saying goes…’As the… Read more »