August marks Tradies Health Month. A month focused on tradesmen and tools to prioritise you health and safety at work. It is well documented in the literature that men are less likely to seek out the services of a health professional. So to help in bringing a voice to Mens Health, the APA and Safe
Osteopathy is a form of hands on manual therapy which recognises the important link between the body’s structure and the way it functions. Osteopaths focus on the body as a whole unit with paying attention to how the bones, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs function. Osteopaths identify the type of dysfunction
So lets start back when Pilates was created. It was created by Joseph Pilates, a German-born fitness guru, back in the 1920’s. Joseph created unique sequences of movements that worked the mind and muscles in harmony. Joseph Pilates had a vision and mission to change the state of the world’s health crisis through movement, good
When doing some research surrounding back pain last night, I was surprise when I found this infographic. On reading it, I thought to myself this would be great for every back pain client to have. It is full of answers to the most common questions I hear within the clinic. Are you worried about your
With the 2017 school year about to start, we are sure all the parents out there are spending some time shopping for school supplies – new shoes, socks, lunch boxes and drink bottles. But, have you asked yourself – what is the best backpack for my childs spinal health?? More and more children and young
Over the last month, Maddie has been studying hard for her certification in Matwork Pilates. Starting in February, Maddie will be running both individual and small group classes (max 5) within the clinic. If you are keen to join, please contact the clinic to register your interest. What is Pilates? Developed in the 1920s by
Lower back pain has one of the highest incidences in the population that we treat. Unfortunately it is becoming increasingly prevalent and no age is safe from it. Lower back pain is hitting those as young as the early teens and is continuing up through the elderly. So what is causing this increase in prevalence???