Archives: January 2013

Risk Factors for Developing Neck Pain

Neck pain is the most common complaint seen at our clinic. This is not surprising due to the fact that City workers most often sit at their desks for long periods of time in constrained postures. The work environment in … Continue reading

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Ice or Heat for Neck Pain?

Many patients who experience neck pain come to the clinic and inform us that they have applied either ice or heat to their neck due to pain. More often than not they have made the wrong choice. This article will … Continue reading

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Who is at risk of developing neck pain?

Neck pain is an exceedingly common complaint at our clinic. Neck pain usually spreads to the upper shoulder area and occasionally to the inner shoulder blade region of the mid-back. If there is nerve impingement or irritation patients will experience … Continue reading

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A Neurosurgeon on “Life with the Chiropractors”

This article was written and contributed by a Spinal Surgeon working at the Broadgate Spine and Joint Clinic. I have the good fortune to work in a genuinely multidisciplinary environment. Not just a polyclinic with a variety of different medical … Continue reading

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A Rheumatologist on Working With Chiropractors

This article was written and contributed by a Spinal Surgeon from the Broadgate Spine and Joint Clinic. Having a typical degree education in a British medical school usually means that there are gaping holes in one’s general medical knowledge. This … Continue reading

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