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Are Your Employees Developing ‘Silicon Valley Syndrome’?

What is “Silicon Valley Syndrome?”


Unfortunately, something your staff are gradually succumbing to!

The incidence of Silicon Valley Syndrome in Singapore’s working population is 80-90% so, in all likelihood, this probably means that this is something that is developing in your company.
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Introducing Dr Tim’s Book "Posture Matters"

Posture Matters


By Dr Tim Errington

If you had the knowledge that could save literally millions of lives from terrible suffering, wouldn’t you feel compelled to spread this information by whatever means possible? Well, that’s the position I find myself in, hence this book.
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7 Important Facts about your Spine

Your Spine - Its all down to structure and function


1) The Spinal Column protects our delicate nervous system - the spinal cord and the spinal nerves.
There is no coincidence that your spinal cord lives protected within your spinal column. This is extremely intelligent design.
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Forward Head Posture? Reversed Neck Curve?

What does this really mean?


It means your spine has lost its balance, becoming unstable and structurally weak. It is leading to ever worsening posture, which unfortunately will always have enormous detrimental effects on your health.
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Chiropractic – Why it works so well

It's beauty is in it's simplicity.

The beauty of chiropractic is in its simplicity: it just wants to turn the power on. What power? The one we all have; that power that grew you from conception through childhood into adulthood.
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The Big Idea – how it works, the truth!

After adjusting my friend’s 6 year old yesterday, the mother asked me “will this bring his fever down?” My answer had to be “I don’t know”. The truth is, it may need to go up so that his body will effectively destroy the bacteria and fight the infection more effectively. On the other hand, it may go down, being that his immune system just needed that little extra push over the hump. Either way, whatever happens after the adjustment, it can only be for the better.
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