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How to Explain Chiropractic in an Elevator

We’ve been hearing from some of you that you’re struggling to explain what we do to your friends and family. Best option is to bring them in for a Complimentary Chat with Ed! But you can also

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When focusing on pain isn’t aiming for the bullseye

Health and wellness is a process and a journey with various milestones along the way. Primarily people see a chiropractor for pain relief – at least initially. But when the pain is relieved they

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Proactive vs Reactive – Adjusting Your Body’s Status Quo

Most people see chiropractic care as a ‘reactive’ option for when their body breaks down, gets injured or is in crisis. But it’s much more effective as a preventative tool for your overall healt...

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Babies are cuddled – not cracked!

Here at Precision, correcting a child’s spine is a very gentle process. In a newborn it almost looks like we are cuddling them, and often mum or dad cuddle them while we gently work to correct spinal

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The Next Milestone in Performance – Chiropractic for Kids

As children grow and develop, it’s not just their bodies that experience a multitude of changes. Often when we see children and teens in our office, they are presenting with a complaint that is the result

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Why should I keep coming back?

Probably one of the most common criticisms of chiropractors is “once you go, you’ll have to keep going”. While you don’t have to keep going, we recommend that you regularly maintain

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De-conditioning Syndrome – How Long Have You Been Under Doing it?

Ever remember feeling those muscles you haven’t used in a while after starting a new activity? The term for all this discomfort following a recent bout of new activity is called “de-conditioning

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The Blog has Begun!

So this is the start of something new, a new dimension of our website, the Precision Chiropractic blog, an area where you will find some thoughts and ramblings, from Me, Dr Edward Roper, Chiropractor

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