Sciatica is pain that radiates along the sciatic nerve – it often starts in the lower back and shoots down through the hips and buttock and down one leg. The pain sometimes goes past the knees and into your feet. Typically, the pain only affects one side of the body. Causes of Sciatica Sciatica is […]

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chronic back pain

Chronic back pain can be a debilitating condition that affects the spinal region due to many reasons such as repeated poor posture, sports injuries or physical accidents. Chronic back pain can persist for months or even years without proper, ongoing treatment. The condition is commonly seen in the workplace these days due to poor posture […]

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whiplash

Whiplash, also called neck strain or neck sprain, is an injury to the neck caused by an unexpected back and forth movement of the neck. In this type of injury, cervical muscles, the soft tissues of the neck (discs and ligaments), intervertebral joints and nerve roots may become damaged.  Here, we answer some of the […]

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sciatica

Your central nervous system is your body’s main computer, it integrates the information that is received and coordinates as well as influences the activity of all the parts of your body. That’s why any pain or disruption to your nerves can have a great impact on the way your body functions and your quality of […]

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Vertigo refers to the sensation of spinning or being off balance. If you have these dizzy spells, you might feel like that you or your surroundings are moving or spinning. This feeling can happen to anyone but is most common in women and people aged 65 and over.  Attacks of vertigo can be barely noticeable […]

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Walk into any room or public place these days and you are likely to find most people craning over their mobile phones. Whether you are browsing the internet, playing games or networking, the position in which you hold your head will likely cause problems to your neck and back, if it is not positioned correctly. […]

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Cervicogenic Dizziness

Cervical vertigo (cervicogenic dizziness) is a neck-related sensation that makes you feel like you are spinning or the world around you is spinning. It’s a diagnosis provided to you once all other possible causes of dizziness have been ruled out. Those suffering from cervical vertigo may complain of dizziness that worsens after they maintain the […]

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MdDS is a neurological condition that may occur after a flight, a boat trip or when your body sustains prolonged periods of movement in multiple flights of motion simultaneously. There are also occasions when this condition occurs spontaneously. You can imagine stepping out of a plane, a boat or train and you constantly start bobbing, […]

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Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis, also known as central stenosis, is a condition that is caused by an abnormal narrowing of your spinal canal. When this occurs, your spine can end up becoming pinched and aggravated, leading to radiating pain, numbness and weakness in parts of your spine, arms and legs. Although it is more common in the […]

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DIZZINESS

Persistent postural-perceptual dizziness or PPPD is a relatively newly defined condition. People who have been in to the Ealing Chiropractor to discuss this ailment, have reported that they have experienced bouts of feeling unbalanced, even though they haven’t fallen down, and a feeling that they are moving, even though they are still and not moving […]

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