Sitting is killing us

We do more sitting everyday than we do sleeping? In fact on average it’s 9.3 hours of sitting and 7.7 hours of sleeping Lack of physical movement is related to increased waist size, cancers and type 2 diabetes. MOVEMENT is the answer. Your brain literally benefits from the physical movement pumping cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) around the nervous […] Read More

Bria’s top 5 ways to exercise without even realising it

Bria Francis of Spirohealth writes this about exercise For some people exercising is a passion and they just cannot wait to get into the gym at the end of the work day. However, for others, the thought of working out especially frequently makes them want to cry. If you are guilty of falling into the […] Read More

Horse riding and ABC

Dr Bianca of Spirohealth writes: I started horse riding a year ago, I have always loved animals and the outdoors and I wanted a new challenge. I am by no means an experienced rider but I do love my weekly lessons. Like every sport it has its positives and negatives on my body. Horse riding […] Read More

Posture, you have it, or you are imitating it

We often get asked in the office, ‘What is good posture? How shall i stand? Where do my shoulders need to be? Where should my head sit?’ The answer is a resounding, ‘Stand with no effort and do not TRY and do anything!’ The minute you do, you are imitating a good posture and using […] Read More

How is ABC different?

Advanced Biostructural Correction (ABC) is very different to your standard spinal expert on the block. Our team has specialised in posture correction and we do this in a 100% natural way. Why is ABC different? Let’s look at it point by point: The adjustment style is done standing up (it is very gentle too and you don’t have […] Read More

What is a subluxation?

The word ‘subluxation’ can be used quite frequently in a chiropractic office, but what does it mean? Quite simply sub = low, lux = light/energy, so it literally means an area of low energy. For a more complex explanation we describe it as an interference on the nervous system. It’s a complex that develops when […] Read More