News & Tips

Latest news and tips from Wincanton Chiropractic

Win a Sports Massage!
Win a free sports massage with Hannah. To celebrate Hannah joining the team, we would like to treat one of you to a sports massage on us. During a sports massage the musculoskeletal system (muscles, tendons and ligaments) is manipulated using hand…
Try a little Turmeric
Have you heard about the amazing health benefits associated with Turmeric? This spice traditionally used in curries, can offer us some surprising advantages to boost our body's wellbeing.   Did you know turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a powerf…
Improve your Posture
Since the pandemic many of us now work flexibly or at home. How you sit, especially for long periods of time can impact your health and wellbeing. How we sit and stand has a bigger impact on our health than we may realise. Here are our top tips to im…
Back to School – Choosing a Backpack
After the long, hot summer it’s time to label those uniforms, pack the lunch boxes and get measured for new shoes as schools get set to return. Here are some tips to help your child or teen cope with the strain of wearing a backpack full of books and…
Carry on Camping
With the Summer holidays now under way, some of us are getting our tents, sleeping bags and camping stoves ready to sleep under the stars or dance the night away at a festival. Here are some tips to help you when pitching and camping to avoid any …
Yoga Challenge
During the month of June, Cancer Research UK are setting a challenge to complete 30 days of yoga and raise money for life-saving cancer research. Members of the Wincanton Chiropractic team have signed up to take part in this exciting task and we want…
Eat the Rainbow!
We all know that fruit and vegetables contain all the goodness our bodies need to stay healthy, but making sure we fit them into our diet can be a challenge. Especially if we are all still making our way through those Easter eggs!While it’s good to l…
How to get ‘back’ into gardening!
As the season changes and we look forward to Spring we are all looking to tidy up our gardens. But we must be mindful of our backs when digging, lifting and carrying. All too often in our clinic we see many strains and injuries from overdoing it w…