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Avoiding Holiday Season Injuries

  With the festive party season in full swing and holidays just around the corner, Chiropractors are urging everyone to take extra caution, to stay safe, injury-free and happy this Christmas. The best Christmas present you can yourself and family is; Your Health. As much as we love this holiday and celebration period, it can […]

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Walk to a Better You

Ultimately, walking 30 minutes each day is a commitment that your whole body will thank you for.  Although sometimes it helps to start things slow and build them up over time. Here are a few tips to get you going: Start slow and short. Why not try walking 10 minutes in one direction – turn […]

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Iliotibial Band Syndrome

The lliotibial band is an extension of a muscle higher up in the pelvis that extends down into a band attaching around the outside aspect of the knee. Injury occurs when this band starts to rub against the many bony prominences at the knee creating inflammation and localised trauma. It is estimated that Iliotibial Band […]

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Pain, at a physiological level, is stimulation of sensitive nerve endings (nociceptive) either by chemical or mechanical means. This commonly occurs through injury and its purpose is to inform us of tissue damage. Spinal pain is one of society’s most frequent complaints.

Spinal Pain — Chiro Clinic Newsletter July 2016

National Pain Week is 25th – 31st of July. Pain, at a physiological level, is stimulation of sensitive nerve endings (nociceptive) either by chemical or mechanical means. This commonly occurs through injury and its purpose is to inform us of tissue damage. Spinal pain is one of society’s most frequent complaints. In 2007, the American […]

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