With the Olympics in full swing, the Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI) would like to remind all members of the Irish public that they do not have to be sporting professionals to achieve peak performance and everyone can perform and live better through good spinal function, reducing pain, maintaining healthy posture and taking care of one’s health.
Have you been trying to get out between rain showers and gusts of wind to start the spring planting, cut the grass or make a start on that list of DIY projects?
Now that Spring is here, here are a few tips to make DIY safe, healthy and enjoyable. If you are the weekend warrior type please take note! Sitting at a desk all week and then charging out to attack the garden all in one go may not be the best approach! First of all you may be using muscles and joints and neural pathways that have barely moved all week and are not used to extended periods of activity. Second of all trying to do everything all at once may leave you exhausted, sore and fed up. Give these handy tips a try:
There is great excitement in Ireland at the moment with the Giro D'Italia finishing in Dublin on Sunday 11th May. For information on how Chiropractic can help cyclists and for some cycling tips, read our latest blog entry.
Tobacco use is among the leading preventable causes of death in the world. The WHO claims that nearly 6 million people a year die from tobacco. Of those, 600 000 are non-smokers who are exposed to second hand smoke.
Have you been trying to get out between rain showers and gusts of wind to start the spring planting, cut the grass or make a start on that list of DIY projects?? Thanks to Dr. Erina Olsen, Chiropractor for these helpful DIY and gardening tips.
The Chiropractic Association of Ireland (CAI) is delighted to present our new website. It is a very exciting time for the CAI with our new website and many exciting events coming up.