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January 22, 2016

Health & Happiness for the New Year.

Turn your New Years Resolutions into Realities at Beaumont Street Chiropractic Clinic. However small or ambitious your goals are, we are here to help you.





How Chiropractic can improve your Performance?


Did you know that chiropractic can help in preventing as well as treating an injury. Most of us think of going to a chiropractor only when we are in pain but many people now use chiropractic for prevention and optimum performance. 


Top Athletes  are using  chiropractic to give them the 'edge' on performance, helping them to move faster and perform better. Click here to see  how the fastest men on earth receive chiropractic care.



Chiropractic can help stabilise your core, balance your pelvis and affect the communication between your brain and your body. This is vital for sports like skiing which require continuous micro-adjustments to your joints, muscles and ligaments, keeping us stable and balanced. Just as important are activities like squash and golf where accurate postural loading of our joints and muscles enhance our precise movements, power & direction of our 'swing'.


Keeping your body balanced is vital to your health and well-being. Chiropractic plays an important role in prevention by helping your body achieve balance, stability, flexibility & optimum performance.




This week Blue Monday was officially the most depressing day of the year! 

Not that it is based on any scientific merit but perhaps it gives us an excuse to think of things to be cheerful about.


What is SAD?

Seasonal Affective Disorder – Why do we suffer in the UK and Ireland? Find out more about SAD and how we can keep happy at this time of year by clicking the link below


Certainly Winnie the Pooh would be cheerful. January 18 was the birthday of AA Milne, whose famous bear offers sound advice in the face of Blue Monday: 

“What day is it?" 

"It's today," squeaked Piglet. 

"My favourite day," said Pooh. 





"Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions." Dalai Lama 

It has been said that happiness is a foundation for all success and achievements. Balanced mind and a balanced body. Happier people tend to be healthier, experience less pain, are more productive at work, be better at relationships and have more energy. 
Do what makes you happy, because the world needs more happy people! 





Tell us what your goals are and we will help you turn your Resolutions into Realities for 2016.

With health & happiness

Dr Pim, Dr Brady and Elena 

01865 311871

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