Update from Droitwich Chiro Clinic

Update from Droitwich Chiro Clinic

Well, I confess I've been a bit of a fair-weather rider over the past few weeks.  Driving near my usual hacking fields and seeing a lot of flood water has given me the excuse to stay at home and enjoy all a lot of old TV shows which are accessible with my newly purchased Apple TV box, and do some work obviously!  Truth be told a part of me loved it last time in the rain when Chester the Cob broke into an impromptu canter broke relishing the freedom of an open field after 15 minutes of roads and bridleways.  However, the quick steaming up of my glasses meant that I was literally riding blind for about 20 seconds and being somewhat new to that speed I wasn’t letting go of the reins with either hand to adjust them.  Maybe somewhere right now a venture capitalist is working on glasses with heated lenses – don't ask me how that would work.  In the meantime, I’m hoping that sometime soon I’ll have a day out of my clinic that isn’t cursed with torrential rain, I’m sure this is on course to be one of Worcestershire’s wettest winters in ages. 

Looking forward to 2020, in the new year I will be launching a rider-specific intensive treatment program to prepare for riders for competitions.  Over the past six years I have treated a large number of competitive riders across jumping, eventing and dressage.  I have seen the demands that intensive training and competition puts on riders’ bodies.  This has given me a wealth of experience in firstly treating pain, but secondly in helping riders overcome the restrictions on their movement that reduce peak performance.  I will be using that experience of optimising riders’ movement and performance via chiropractic care, and adding in nutritional and motivational aspects to aid riders to reach their peak performance.  Watch this space for further news. 

In the meantime, I salute all those who are hardier than me and are out riding at the moment and wish you a  Happy New Year.