Web Chat: Easing Back Pain & Improving PosturePosted on: 09 April 2009 by Gareth Hargreaves
Join Tim Hutchful and Rishi Loatey from the British Chiropractic Association on Tuesday, 14th April at 12.30pm to discuss simple and effective ways to ease back pain and improve bad posture.
Back pain - the curse of the nation it would seem, and according to research set to be released to coincide with this year’s Chiropractic Awareness Week, something we really need to sit up and pay more attention to.
The British Chiropractic Association (BCA) undertook extensive research amongst the public across the UK at the beginning of the year to investigate the state of the nation's posture and back pain. As a result, the BCA are urging the nation to take proactive steps to improve its posture and will be joining us in a Web TV show to highlight exactly where we’re going wrong and how to overcome our slouch potato lifestyle.
Show Date: April 14th 2009
Show Time: 12:30
Click below to submit questions before the Web TV Show.
Poor posture can have health implications yet, by making just a few lifestyle changes, people can help to improve their posture, take care of their spine and help themselves look and feel their best. The even better part is that all this requires a minimum effort – just three minutes a day can make the world of difference.
So if you’re a parent who’s suffered the odd twinge when lifting your young ones; an office worker who, no matter how many times you adjust the height of your chair at work, can’t seem to get it right; or if you’re just generally fed up of back aches and pains - join our Web TV show as Tim Hutchful and Rishi Loatey of the BCA will be on hand to deliver their expert advice.
For practical advice on helping to avoid back problems and improving your posture click here: www.chiropractic-uk.co.uk
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