Good luck Chris Cracknell & the Fiji 7s Team

It’s the semi finals of the inaugural rugby 7s over in Rio today with Team GB, Fiji, Japan and South Africa battling out for the three medal spots. We will, of course, be cheering on Team GB but we also want to send an extra good luck message to Chris Cracknell as he looks to mastermind Fiji’s quest for their first …

World-champion kickboxer gets fighting fit with Dr Bryan

As much as chiropractic is about helping the body function better and prevent injuries, it’s also the first port of call for many when it comes to recovering from injuries. Laurene De Oliveira is a former world champion (Muay Thai) kickboxer, and also a MMA (mixed martial arts) fighter. She came to visit Dr Bryan to help her recover from …

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VIDEO: Harry Rowland Testimonial

Rugby player and pilates instructor, Harry Rowland, tells us his story and how chiropractic treatment has become part of his life.

Dr Luke Brady

Dr Luke all set to take on Mont Blanc

80km, 24 hours and one driven chiropractor are the main ingredients being thrown into the mix when Dr Luke tackles the Mont Blanc ultramarathon later this month. Widely recognised as one of the most technical trail races in France, Luke will climb 6000 meters across 82km, having a cut off time of 24 hours to complete the course. Luke’s been …

Dr Bryan left ‘proud and humble’ by runner’s success

This is a story of how with dedication, training and the right support team anything is possible, even running a marathon. Putney Chiropractic and Profeet have worked together for over 15 years to help runners perform at their best. Read on only if you want inspiration. Warning: it may inspire you to run a marathon yourself.   In October 2015, …

Back in the game – Dr Bryan returns to Team GB

Sometimes success is more a matter of the inches you gain, rather than the miles you hope to achieve. This has certainly been the case for Dr Bryan. In what has been an arduous and challenging road, Dr Bryan has not only regained the use of his knee but also returned to sporting form, gaining a place on the Elite-Level Inline …

London marathon runners put best foot forward at Putney Chiropractic

This weekend sees thousands of runners from around the world take to the streets of the capital for the 2016 London Marathon and we’re delighted to have done our part to help a number of runners and their chosen charities. As part of our bid to get our local marathon runners performing at their best we ran a special promotion …

Running in the London Marathon? We’ve got something for you…

Get tuned up for the Virgin Money London Marathon 2016 with two visits to us for just £50 which we’ll then donate to your chosen charity! This year’s London Marathon is fast approaching and we want to help you enjoy it by enabling your body to perform at its peak for those gruelling 26 miles. We’re running a special offer …

Ski Fitness

VIDEO: Ski Fitness and Biomechanics

Dr Craig took time out from a trip to Sweden to have a chat about skiing, ski fitness and how an awareness of your biomechanics can make you a better skier. Here’s what he had to say… Ski fitness and biomechanics from Putney Chiro on Vimeo. If you want some more advice on how to get the most out of …

What every rugby player needs to know about chiropractic

With contributions from our team of chiropractors including Dr Luke, Dr Bryan & Dr Craig. The 2016 6 Nations is in full-swing with the second round of matches now complete. Every year the intensity of the rugby in the championships goes up a notch and collisions from Cardiff to Rome could be heard ringing around the continent. Ok, perhaps not …

The Ski Doc

Your guide to carving up the slopes this winter

It’s that time of year again when our thoughts start turning towards the slopes. We’re mad on skiing and snowboarding here and Doc Craig has been heavily involved in the ski industry for nearly two decades. Skiing places all kinds of physical demands on the body, especially the spine. Craig has featured in the travel section of the Telegraph as …

Dr Bryan battles to return to action

After arthroscopic knee surgery earlier this week, Dr Bryan is now on the mend and optimistic of a return to elite level ice and inline hockey early in the New Year. All going well, Bryan is also hoping to rejoin Team GB in preparation for the World Inline Hockey Championships taking place in Bolzano, Italy this coming June. Dr Bryan …

Dr Luke tackles Ultraks 2015

Earlier this year Dr Luke took on Ultraks 2015 – a 46km trail race around the magnificent Matterhorn. It turned out to be an epic adventure. Here’s what Dr Luke has to say about it… So, as is almost standard practice these days I signed up to this 46km adventure after having a few beers with some friends. Full of …

Dr Craig hits the heights in the Dave Creasy 6

The Dave Creasy Six-Day bike racing event is a Madison format six day event compressed into two days day. Day one was held at the Lee Valley Vello Park in Stratford, London,  day two at the Herne Hill Velodrome in South East London. Our very own Dr Craig McLean was represented in team five, the orange team. There were 14 teams …

7 things you need to know about chiropractic

Chiropractic works on the simple principle that good spinal alignment leads to improved health, better performance and less pain. However, chiropractic extends much further than just this simple principle. Whether you’re brand new to chiropractic, thinking that it might be good for you or have had adjustments for years we’ve put together the following so you can discover all you …

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Making marginal gains in your health & wellbeing

  Cycling’s premier event, the Tour de France, is now in full swing with riders from around the world putting their bodies through three weeks of hell in order to claim the fabled Maillot Jaune – the yellow jersey. The first part of the race has been dominated by Team Sky who have become the dominant force in world cycling …

Bike Blog – Dr Craig & the Wiggo Hour

June was a big month of cycle racing for Doc Craig. Craig’s been riding with the amateur racing team Nuun Sigma Sport – sponsored by Nuun hydration tablets, Sigma Sport bike shop in Kingston, Cannondale bikes, Mavic wheels and helmets, Castelli kit, Bont shoes, Smith Optics sunnies and of course Putney Chiropractic. He’s a second category cyclist who regularly mixes …

Chemmy Alcott

Video Case Study: Chemmy Alcott

Chemmy Alcott is Britain’s number one female alpine skier and a four-time Olympian.  Since retiring from alpine skiing after Sochi in 2014, she has spent her time challenging herself partaking in the Worlds Toughest Ski Race in Greenland in March 2015, 100 mile road race Ride London and other sporting endeavors whilst being a regular presenter of BBC’s Ski Sunday …

Live Better Move Better

Stay active to live better and move better

All it takes is an hour a day to live a better, more balanced and healthier life. Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden have found that an hour of moderate physical activity, or half an hour of more vigorous exercise a day, can reduce your chances of heart failure by up to 46%. By simply jogging or swimming for an …

Better Wellbeing

5 easy ways to improve wellbeing

We always strive to improve our wellbeing and our clients often report an improved sense of wellbeing while under our care. But what is better wellbeing and how can we go about achieving it? An improvement in wellbeing will often see people experiencing more energy, less fatigue, improved immune system response, better sleep, improved digestion and other signs of overall …