Through a combination of improving overall physical and emotional health, as well as regulating the menstrual cycle, this treatment is aimed specifically to improve fertility and boost your odds of successfully conceiving and having a healthy pregnancy.Read More
With the City to Surf and Dubbo Stampede fast approaching, many people start to think a lot about starting or increasing their training. While we do encourage an active lifestyle – it is important to understand the impact training can have if we aren’t doing it properly. Have a read of our top tips to help you be the best on the day.Read More
While gardening isn’t an extreme sport – it can still cause structural and functional issues to the spine & joints. There are steps to take to avoid injury from having sustained improper posture.Read More
The position your spine is in while you sleep is critical to your spinal health. The spine naturally curves forwards in the neck, backwards in the mid back and forwards again in the low back. In this position, the spine is relaxed with minimal pressure on nerves, muscles and spinal discs.
A simple test is to sit slouched and lift your arms up, then re test sitting up straight and in good posture. If you notice a difference in how far your arms lift behind your ears from one position to the next, then chances are your thoracic mobility needs improving.Read More
Ever wondered what the difference was between a headache and a migraine? Have a read of some of the more common types of headaches and migraines people complain of and some tips to help prevent them.Read More
We often take our hips for granted, fail to understand what they do for us day in and day out and what they withstand just to keep us functioning normally. They keep us upright, allow us to bear weight, walk smoothly, run, jump, kick and link our lower limb to our trunk.Read More
Does your job require you to stare at a computer for hours on end, or perhaps you are bent over all day, laying bricks, tiling a floor or cramped in the roof doing electrical work?
This could be having a detrimental effect on your posture.