Health, Leadership and Self-Development for the Bold

“This site will be of service to those with chronic injuries including osteoarthritis, have pain and or recurrent pain, interested in understanding the nature of pain, simply wanting to know how to better manage, or get back to previous activities using an evidenced based approach.  I feel privileged and grateful to contribute to the growing understanding of body-mind work research today.

I offer cutting edge techniques from postural correction to techniques to improve mood, reduce stress and help those with mental health issues.

After working in the trenches as a chiropractor for many years, I have constructed this site to influence people who are interested in approaching their bodies and food with Joy rather than rules, restrictions, and fears..If you are experiencing pain or want to improve your health using natural resources including movement guidance then please sign up for our newsletter or enquire on our contact form.”

Sean Phelps DC (Developmental Coach)

Current NHS pathway and treatment of back pain in the United Kingdom

The NHS, (National health Service) work with the guidelines set out by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the U.K , and have for some time now recommended the use of spinal manipulation in this report together with exercise to improve outcomes in back pain. These guidelines unfortunately do not give detail in the method used in the evidence or its effectiveness and is reported simply as manipulative treatment. The prescription of exercise or active treatment cannot be generalized either, and this is all reasonable and understandable.

Well researched and popular treatments eg; Chiropractic, as seen here using P-A (Posterior to Anterior) Manipulation technique.

chiropractic adjustment

Using A-P (Anterior to Posterior) Manipulative postural therapy, the opposite direction to chiropractic.

Spinal Posture Is Associated With Future Dependence in Activities of Daily Living:
A Community-Based Cohort Study of Older Adults in Japan  J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci (2013) 68 (7): 869-875. doi: 10.1093/gerona/gls253

‘Future dependence in activities when we age’-

This is quite significant, if you think of posture, how would you even define your posture?

“Accumulated evidence is showing how important posture is for the aged populations in maintaining independence in everyday life”

The bioaccumulation of stress trapped in the body with a lifestyle that does not adapt or change to the environment leads one to Chronic stress and Disease.


Sean Phelps DC -Development coach and seeker of truth.

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