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Lucks Yard Clinic

The chiropractic clinic that helps you keep going …

The chiropractic clinic that helps you keep going …

Daniela Colores Jordan

Daniela is one of our Chiropractors at Luck's Yard Clinic. Daniela was born in Mexico and after spending time in the USA working within child-care she moved to the UK in 2006.  Following her introduction to the techniques and benefits of chiropractic care though family and friends, she decided to follow the path to become a chiropractor. [...]

Learn to revise with the Study Code Workshop

The Study Code, a workshop to make revision easier and less stressful At Luck’s Yard we work with many students from all ages on a daily basis. We see much more stress and tension in teenagers around important exam years and revision times and have therefore created two standalone workshops on how to reduce stress [...]

Online Booking

We are pleased to announce that Luck’s Yard patients can now book Chiropractic and Massage appointments online. We have decided to introduce this in response to requests from existing patients who need to see what appointments the therapists have available if they cannot contact us during our normal practice hours. We anticipate it will be useful for those who [...]

Jeans for Genes Day

This year Luck's Yard Clinic are supporting Jeans for Genes Day which is celebrating it's 20th year on Friday 18th September. Individually, genetic disorders are rare but together they affect 1 in 25 children born in the UK - that's more than 30,000 babies each year - who need vital support and equipment and the [...]

Brain boosters (and what to avoid)

I read an article in one of our national newspapers the other day about how to boost and protect your memory and improve mental performance. We currently live in an era of information overload especially with technology at our fingertips 24/7 so I think this is nice little reminder of how to keep our brains [...]

Nutrients slow brain ageing

Following research at Oxford Univeristy people wth early memory loss may be offered a range of B vitamins alongside fatty acids. The two year study on Alzheimer’s showed that a combination of Vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid with omega 3 fatty acids prevented brain shrinkage – a characteristic of Alzheimer’s. Professor David Smith will [...]

Younger people at risk of stroke

The Stroke Association has warned of a ‘worrying’ rise in the number of working age men and women having strokes. Despite the fact that the overall rate of strokes is reducing throughout the UK, there has been an increase in the number of hospital admissions from men aged 40-54 years old. Experts say that although [...]

Daily dose of flaxseed reduces LDL

A Canadian study has shown that a daily dose of flax seed may help to lower cardiovascular risk in people with heart disease. The aim of the study was to investigate the dietary effect of flax seed on the cholesterol levels of those who already had heart disease and in patiens who were already receiving [...]

Boss your exams!

A study by The Sleep Council has found that 83% of teenagers say their sleep is affected by worry and stress about their exams. With the approaching exam season in full swing and with many students studying for between 8 and 14 hours a week of intense revision, there is concern that they are not [...]

Organic produce reduces toxicity

An interesting study has been published which found that consumers who include organic food in their shopping baskets have significantly lower pesticide levels in their bodies. This will no doubt add to the debate on whether organic foods are a healthier choice than conventionally farmed foods. A research group assessed long-term dietary exposure to 14 [...]

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