Author Archives: Alistair Roylance
Go dancing often (virtually any style). If you keep up regular ‘rotating’ activity, you can see how this will keep your back more flexible (but this will only work as prevention/maintenance –not as a cure!).
Ability, fitness and health concerns will affect us all from time to time. Rectification of any such problems can be a challenge because different providers have different agendas and all have positives and negatives. By way of example – short … Continue reading
SAFETY Spinal correction performed by a properly qualified practitioner has been testified to be among the safest forms of health restoration. Research has shown the risk of injury subsequent to such therapeutic encounter to be less than 1 in 3,000,000. … Continue reading
7 mistakes to avoid when choosing how to overcome the symptoms of a spinal complaint. Why you want a postural appearance reflecting how healthy you are. 100% no risk guarantee. 4 steps to ensuring you and your family can enjoy … Continue reading
When you recognise and understand the nervous system drives, supports and controls every single cell, tissue, organ and system within the body, and the function of the spine is to protect and support a significant part of the nervous system … Continue reading