Q and A with Ben Foley (Waterloo and Brighton Le Sands Chiropractor)

Get to know Ben Foley (Chiropractor)  1.What do you most ENJOY about your profession as a Chiropractor ? Interaction with people on both a professional level as their Chiropractor and having conversation if they are open to a chat. It’s an honour helping my...

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Recent cases in the clinic, Susan Tyfield – Chiropractor

An evidence – based, Sports Chiropractor Towards the back end of 2019 and into school and university holidays, I have seen an enormous spike in neck pain. And now into the Covid-19 pandemic and work from home boom, we have...

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Scoliosis, screen your spine at Waterloo Chiro

Scoliosis is a subtle corkscrewing effect of the spine when viewing it from behind. It is quite normal to have an “S” bend from the side-on position, but if you have an “S” shaped from behind, its time to consult...

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Dry Needling – 101, By Sue Tyfield Chiropractor

  Dry Needling, is one of the therapeutic soft tissue treatments administered by the practitioners in the clinic at Waterloo Chiropractic.   So, what is Dry Needling ?? Dry Needling refers to the use of a solid filament needle where...

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Common Headaches

BACKGROUND There are over a hundred different categories of headaches, most with their own sub categories. Ranging from serious conditions such as high blood pressure to safe headaches from muscle tension. It is important to have your headache diagnosed, especially...

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Exercise Choices: Dance, Pilates and Swimming

At Waterloo Chiropractic, we advocate for strength and conditioning training within your schedule. Your health is important.   Are you looking for a new challenge away from your strength and conditioning training that will enhance your spinal health ? Here...

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Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy In Chiropractic Practice

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy In Chiropractic Practice Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy is a growing soft tissue technique used in practice. Here is a study looking at its effectiveness in the chiropractic setting. Spinal manipulative therapy, Graston technique® and...

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Pole Dancing Injuries ? Benefit with Chiropractic

Managing your Pole Dancing injuries and ENHANCING your performance with Chiropractic !   Aerial sports, such as pole dancing or silks, have recently been gaining popularity as a form of fitness, combining dance and acrobatics. Many new, recreational athletes are...

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Manual Therapies For Spinal Health

Spinal Health… How ? Check out the Effectiveness of manual therapies: the UK evidence report Gert Bronfort, Mitch Haas, Roni Evans, Brent Leininger and Jay Triano Chiropractic & Osteopathy201018:3 2010 DOI: 10.1186/1746-1340-18-3 https://chiromt.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1746-1340-18-3 This is a comprehensive study of science that looks at the effectiveness of manual therapies for both...

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Study – Cervical Radiculopathy | Neck Pain | Waterloo Chiropractic

Comment : Here is a good article advocating for multiple treatment choices when it comes to injuries of the spine – such as cervical radiculopathy. At the clinic, we adopt an evidence informed and multi-modal treatment plan for spinal complaints...

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