Politics has certainly taken centre stage these last few weeks. But with all the focus on Brexit negotiations and the shifts in government, this article asks if politics is doing enough for our young disabled people.
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The spine is integral to all of our movement and as such it is hugely important that we look after it. Made up of 33 smaller bones, the spine – or vertebral column – runs down the middle of the back. It has a small amount of natural curve that is necessary to absorb pressure created by movement and gravity.
A report by the charity Carers UK has shown that less than 30% of patients and carers are aware of the potential benefits of technology.
The pelvis acts as a base for the upper half of the body and is a foundation when you are seated. A strong, balanced foundation encourages healthy posture, while a pelvis that is tilted or not aligned will cause discomfort and can lead to serious physical problems.