Our spines are literally the backbone of our bodies and ensuring our spines are functioning and working at their best, we need to ensure we take good care of them as caring for your spine means caring for your entire nervous system. To ensure you know a little more about your spine so you can be armed with knowledge to take good care of it, we are sharing a quick 10 spine facts.Read More
he Chiropractors’ Association of Australia is calling on Australia’s mums-to-be to stop being stoic when it comes to pregnancy-related aches and pains.
According to the CAA, there’s a swag of evidence to verify the high prevalence of back pain in pregnancy, especially during the last trimester, but most women wrongly write off back discomfort as an inevitable part of pregnancy and do not seek professional help.Read More
Ensuring you have the best work posture is important not only for your long-term health but also for getting the best out of yourself and ensuring maximum productivity at work and at home.Read More
All the kids are back at school after the holiday break and are maybe starting school for the first time. We know that this can be an exciting time and also a trying time physically, with new strains on their developing bodies. Posture can be a concern as our children are sitting at a desk for a lot of the school day, but the weight of their back pack can also impact them physically.Read More
This year, Spinal Health Week 2016 runs from 23 to 29 May with the theme ‘Back Your Inner Athlete’. Every day more and more Australians experience disabling low back pain, neck pain and headaches, limiting their ability to work and engage in an active healthy life.Read More
The hamstring strain, much to the annoyance of the footballer regardless if they play at the amateur level or professionally, this injury can lead to missed games and time on the sidelines.Read More