Core Chiropractic, New England Road, Brighton, BN1 4GW
Contact : 01273 933 170
Leg Foam Rolling | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman shows you how to release and ease tension in the leg muscles includiing
2. Ilio-tibial Band
3. Calf Muscles
this can help ease tension and knee pain, hip pain and or plantar fasciitis in the ankle/foot.
It can also hellp prevent leg injuries inclduing overuse injusries when running or during sports.
For any further hints and tips on sports injuries and preventing leg inuries then go to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/
Plantar Fasciitis Management | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman shows a few exercises and tips to help manage pain in the sole of the foot.
Check our these simple stretching and strengthening exercises to prevent Plantar Fasciitis including
3.Ice rolling the sole of the foot
If you continue to suffer with theses issues the make contact with either Core Chiropractic or other health care proessionals to seek further advice and assistance
For any further hints and tips then visit http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/
Office Posture Advice | Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman explains how you can change your posture easily in the office by concentrating on a few simple ideas about how to hold yourself when sitting
Posture is something to DO and not something you HAVE.
Your posture is something you can change at will however it takes practice and some muscle memory to hold it in good position
For further advice and tips on postural advice or health exercises go to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/
The Bird Dog Exercise | Brighton CHiropractor Matt Bateman shows you some of the best exercises to strengthen the low back and buttock muscles which help stabilise the low back
This Exercise , similar to gluteal bridges and curl up exercises can stabilise the low back and prevent low back injuries occuring
Brighton Sports Chiropractor Matt Bateman has been working with sports teams including mens and womens rugby teams, bodybuilders and professional dancers for the previious 4 years and now is a proud “Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practioner” ICCSP qualifiication.
The ICSSP qualifiication awarded by the Federation Internationale de Chiropractic de Sport (FICS) which is an international organisation organising and suporting chiropractors working in elite sport.
If you have any sports injuries or simply want an MOT then contact Core Chiropractic for combined chiropractic and exercise therapy to fix your problem
Prone Shoudler arcs can help strengthen upper back muscles which hold your shoulders in better posture.
By lifintg a dowl or light pole up off the floor and moving the shoulder can help strengthen the muscles between the spine and shoulder blade
Shoulders and shoulder blades which are relaxed and sit back and down instead of hunched up and slouched forward are better for your posture. Good posture can prevent neck pain, shoulder pain and headaches in the future.
For further hints and tips on postural care and general healthy living go to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/
Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Brighton video contains information that can help you self manage and improve problems such as plantar fascitis.
plantar Fasciitis is a discorder which can effect anybody however it is very common in runners, especially runners this time of year who are trying to inccrease their duration in training for the marathon season.
Here are some very simple tips and pieces of advice which can help prevent these issues and continue training for your goals
If you have any further problems or questions then book in for a free consultation by calling 01273 933170 today
Glute bridges are an exercise that can strengthen your core muscle groups including glutes and low back muscles as well as stabilising your hamstrings.
The exercise can be progressed by doing on single leg as shown to isolate on gluteal group. This reproduces situations such as when you are standing on one leg when walking and running.
You should look to complete 3-5 sets of 8-12 reps daily during a rehabilitation phase post injury or 3 times per week when simplky strengthening.
For further exercises please go through to http://ccbrighton.co.uk/videos-exercises-back-pain-neck-pain-sports-injuries/