exercises for better posture
General Back Pain
Lower Back Pain
Neck and Shoulder Pain
Pain Between the Shoulder Blades
Sciatica & Slipped Discs
Wear & Tear
Video guides for headache treatment
There are over 190,000 migraine attacks in the UK every day, and it’s often the case that an issue with your spinal health is at the root of it. That’s why we’ve created a handy video guide on how to understand, treat and protect against headaches and migraines.
Video guides for lower back pain
Lower back pain affects almost everybody at some point in their lives, whether as a result of working in an office or a specific injury leading to acute pain. Learning how your breathing, stretching and exercising can benefit your spinal health can make all the difference. That’s why we’ve created videos with some of our best advice and guidance on this common complaint.
Video guides for neck and shoulder pain
Neck pain and neck stiffness can often cause tension headaches or even chronic pain. Your neck is very sensitive to misalignments or traumas. In our videos we address how exercises, stretches and therapy can ease and protect against neck and shoulder pain.
Video guides for sciatica and slipped discs
Exercising when suffering from sciatica or a slipped disc can feel difficult or even impossible, but at Fornham Chiropractic we have put together videos to help sufferers manage and recover from sciatica.
Video guides for wear and tear
General wear and tear can cause acute or even chronic pain, and can stop you carrying out simple daily activities. It’s particularly common in the neck and shoulder area. Many of our videos cover ways to improve mobility, flexibility and resistance to injury through exercise and simple stretches.
Watched our videos and want to know more
Our online video guides offer a clear and simple way for you to treat your symptoms at home, but if you feel that your condition needs more individual attention, don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can contact a chiropractor in Fornham today, simply call 01284 220202 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.