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Why seeing a Chiropractor will help you in your later stages of life! Around 30% of adults over 65 experience at least one fall per year, the Australian and New Zealand Falls Prevention Society claims. By 2051, it expects the cost of falls to rise to...

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare estimates that 1 in 6 Australians suffered from back problems in 2017-18. That’s more than 3 million people. With 99% of all lower back injuries being musculoskeletal strains and most often caused by poor posture, overuse or trauma.Back...

Dear patient,I would like to update you on the precautions we are taking following the Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments.The health and safety of our team and patients has always been our top priority, together with looking after our community and its needs.In order to continue to...

Curves are a normal part of the structure of the human spine, but sometimes they are related to conditions that need treatment. Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that typically manifests just before puberty, resulting in the formation of an “S” or “C”...

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain in both runners and non-runners, with approximately 10% of people suffering from plantar fasciitis once in their life.The plantar fascia is a thick fibrous band of connective tissues starting from the bottom of...

What is Chronic Pain? Chronic Pain is defined as pain lasting longer than 6 months, which exists when the initial injury or tissue damage is no longer the source of pain. It affects approximately 1 in 5 people, and can last for years, impacting quality of...

What is a whiplash neck sprain? A whiplash neck sprain occurs when your head is suddenly jolted backwards and forwards in a whip-like movement usually caused in motor car accidents known as a “rear-ender”. These movements generate considerable force, typically causing the neck to move far...

Resisting the temptation to try Pilates? With Reformer Pilates, there’s no need to hold yourself back… You’ve been thinking of starting Pilates for a while, but you’ve yet to take the plunge. Something’s holding you back. Perhaps it’s an injury that you’re concerned about aggravating. Maybe...

Are your legs tender after exercise? Not the ‘no pain, no gain’ kind of feeling, a soreness that seems to be inside the bone, perhaps coupled with mild swelling. Do you find relief in ice, rest and pain killers? You may need to seek care...

What is it and how can you treat it? We’ve all heard the saying “No pain, no gain”. It’s what spurs us on as we exercise to exhaustion; it’s how we know we’re getting fitter or stronger. These days, not being able to pick up your...