Upper Back & Neck Region

The routine of life is relentless. Stress is a constant. There’s so much to do that you never really give your body the time to recover. Your sleep suffers or is shortened. To compensate, you keep yourself alert with caffeine. Perhaps you push yourself harder...

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many people have swapped the office for their kitchen table or study nook. Unfortunately, home office settings do not always provide appropriate back or neck support, leading to discomfort, strained muscles, headaches and more.Below are some posture and routine tips to...

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...

What Is The Problem? Sitting in an office chair for a prolonged period of time can undoubtedly cause problems, particularly to your back. When city workers sit in an office chair for hours on end, they tend to slouch over or slide down the chair. This...

Working long hours as a ‘Tradie’ can be very physically demanding. Constant lifting and manual labour can result in a number of lower back and hip impingement issues....

What is a good posture? and how do you about your posture correction at home? Your spine is designed around 3 curves that give you flexibility, stability and strength in your day to day movement. These curves are designed to give you efficient weight balance and...

You are desk bound all week, and maybe your boss is coming down on you like hell fire for no reason. You start grinding your teeth often, or even worse your upper back and shoulders are tensing up rendering you a grumpy old geezer. Self massage or trigger point release might be your best friend.