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Desk workers shoulders? Neck pain? Arm weakness? – Scap Winging

Desk workers shoulders? Neck pain? Arm weakness? There are a variety of reasons one could have these complaints but less common reason involves a concept called ‘Scapula Dyskinesis’. The scapula is joined to the rib cage at the scapulothoracic joint and as joints go it’s not really much of one. Where a knee or a hip […]

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Tempero Mandibular Joint Dysfunction.

“I’ve got TMJ!” Is a phrase we here very often as chiropractors, but what does it mean? The Tempero Mandibular Joint (TMJ) is the just the joint between the temporal bone (a bit on the side of your skull) and the mandible (your jaw bone) join together, it moves up and down like a knee […]

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Pregnancy and Low Back Pain

At Chiropractic Moves we work in a clinic of Midwives and we enjoy a healthy referral relationship with My Midwives Brisbane North. However many people and indeed their doctors remain sceptical of the efficacy of chiropractic care during pregnancy. To reassure our patients and their gp’s, obstetricians and other healthcare providers we have put together […]

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Stronger and Healthier

One of the good things about being a chiropractor is that you get to meet a lot of interesting people. Recently one patient I have spoken to, Mr Adam Meek, has told me that he is an Olympic Weight Lifting coach as well as a qualified exercise scientist. You may be familiar with the ‘snatch’ […]

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Happy New Year

Dear patients,   Thanks for making 2015 such a good year, Amanda and I both feel like we’ve been moving from strength to strength. The relocation to Paddington has been really been just so good for us and so many of you, our patients, it seems. The bright new space we have here in Paddington just […]

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Christmas & New Year Trading Hours for Chiropractic Moves

Hi Everyone.  Merry Christmas! We are still offering Chiropractic treatments over the Christmas and New Year Period.  However there are some changes to our normal practicing hours. Our opening times are as follows: Monday 21st December: 2pm-6pm Tuesday 22nd December: 8am- 6pm Wednesday 23rd December: 8am- 6pm Thursday 24th December: 8am-12pm Christmas Day 25th December- […]

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A Chance of Headache

America is a land of technological prowess and constant innovation and it seems the weather services are now predicting the chance a migraine sufferer might have a a headache on any given day. Please see the link below for more details.   http://www.accuweather.com/en/us/index-wa/98256/migraine-weather/2157670   While in Australia we haven’t yet achieved such a high degree […]

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Find Your Trigger

We are all probably familiar with trigger points. They are little tight bands in our muscle fibres that ache away all day, are sharply painful when pressed upon, and relieve suddenly with a little sustained pressure. Trigger points were first described by President John F Kennedy’s personal Doctor, Dr Janet G Travell. In fact she […]

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Infantile Colic and Cow’s milk: Is there a link?

Infantile colic is a little controversial.  There is much debate about this condition; the points for debate include; cause, diagnostic criteria and if colic actually even exists.  At this point in time the consensus is that colic is real and is characterised in an infant by extended bouts of crying, fussiness and/or irritability in an […]

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A Dizzy Adult

There are a variety of mechanisms behind the problem of dizziness, also called vertigo in medicine. Some of these causes are quite serious and will require immediate medical intervention to prevent ongoing balance and hearing problems even, more rarely, death too! However the causes of vertigo are reasonably simple to differentiate in the clinical setting […]

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