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Chiropractic care has been proven time and time again as an effective tool to combat the stresses of everyday life. When a woman becomes pregnant there are significant additional stresses placed on her body, which leads to a large number of pregnant women suffering from unnecessary pain and discomfort.
Lower back pain is a common problem in the world today. Upwards of 80 per cent of the population will experience lower back pain at some point in their lives.
Chiropractic is one of the largest growing healthcare professions in the world. It is a healthcare profession that provides a drug-free approach to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of joint, nerve, and muscle conditions by predominantly treating the joints of the body. Treatment focuses on restoring normal joint movement and positioning to help facilitate the body’s natural ability to heal.
Straighten Up and Move is the message from the Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI) as it launched the fifth annual Straighten Up Ireland Week.
Fourteen years ago this week, Dr Mary Helen Hensley relocated from America to serve the people of Athlone with the life-changing benefits of chiropractic care. Now, 14 years on, Dr Hensley has handed over the reins of spinal care to Dr Meggan Gregory of Australia, who also celebrates this week with one year as a valued member of the Athlone Chiropractic Care team. Dr Hensley continues to be a constant presence in the office, but now works full time in the practice of vibrational and metaphysical healing, encompassing the mind, body, and spirit, and is preparing to publish her fifth book with Book Hub Publishing. Office manager Maureen Duffly remains as the cornerstone of the facility since its inception, working over two decades in the field of chiropractic care.
Local Mayo chiropractors and the Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI) encouraged Irish adults and children to ‘straighten up’ during the fourth annual Straighten Up Ireland campaign which ran until World Spine Day on Sunday October 16.
From now until Christmas, there is an onslaught of weekend entertainment programmes and the British and Irish Chiropractic Association is warning that we could all be ‘Strictly Come Aching’ as a result. Research highlights that 28 per cent of the population already spend over 15 hours seated per day Monday to Friday. But for the next three months avid viewers of X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing could spend the equivalent of an extra two days on the sofa. Poor posture is one of the biggest causes of back pain in the UK and Ireland, and figures continue to rise, with 32 per cent of the nations currently suffering from back pain and 62 per cent having suffered.
The Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI) is warning parents that excessive time in front of computer and television screens could mean an increase in back pain, neck and shoulder pain, and headaches for their children.
Dr Andrew Harvey has recently joined the team at the Mayo Chiropractic Family Practice after moving from his homeland of Australia and is pleased to be working with Nancy and Trisha, alongside Dr Sinead Hughes, in a practice which has been providing chiropractic care to the people of Mayo for four years.