Hi, I'm Brian and I'm the chiropractor in Islington at the Angel Wellbeing Clinic.
I graduated from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in 1995. I have a keen interest in promoting wellness and as a chiropractor wellness starts with having a spine that functions optimally. I have a keen interest in tennis and cycing and believe that we are designed to be active and that we should be more active.
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'VIDEO: Denver Collins from 'On Your Bike' talks about cycling and hand and foot pain.
VIDEO: Denver Collins from 'On Your Bike' talks about cycling, low back pain and neck pain.
VIDEO: Denver explains the service "On Your Bike' offers and how it can help you.
VIDEO: Denver Collins from 'On Your Bike' gives tips on making cycling more comfortable.
Children, school bags, bad backs and a trumpet!
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Osteoporosis can be the cause of the sudden onset of mid back pain in the 40's, 50's and 60's
Piriformis syndrome can mimic a slipped disc or trapped nerve and cause sciatica and leg pain.
Slipped disc and trapped nerve in the neck can cause neck, shoulder and arm and hand pain.
London to Paris bike ride and how to prevent back ache when cycling.
Do you know there are different types of slipped discs?
Spinal stenosis and back pain
Video of self-help advice from the chiropractor about back pain.
Video about what to expect on your first visit to the chiropractor.
Runners knee is inflammation and irritation of the lower part of the iliotibial band as it rubs against the outside of the knee.
Spondylitis is often used to describe the changes to the back that can lead to back pain.
Iliotibial band syndrome or runners knee is common so is treating Vastus medialis the magic cure? Find out more by reading the complete article!