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What Causes Asymmetrical Heads in Babies?

Babies heads often present in different shapes and sizes.  It is quite common for a baby’s head to be asymmetrical, one type of asymmetry is termed plagiocephaly. Plagiocephaly can be quite worrisome for parents and can raise lots of questions.   Some babies are born with head asymmetry.  This can be caused by pressure being placed […]

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We have moved! Now offering Chiropractic Appointments in Paddington, North Brisbane.

Come and visit our beautiful new Chiropractic space in Paddington, North Brisbane!               Michael and I are pleased to now offer Chiropractic appointments for the whole family in our new space.  We are very excited about the move!  We are now located at 189 La Trobe Terrace in Paddington. […]

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Terrible Torn Up Tendons

Tendon sprains, strains and tears are exceedingly common, affecting the athletic population as well as the sedentary population. Your doctor or other health professional may refer to these injuries as tendinopathy, tendinosis, tenosynovitis or even tendinitis. Modern medical science is starting to have some success identifying the processes that lead to tendon degeneration. There are […]

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Exercising Your Right to Health

Exercise means a lot of things to a lot of people and can be helpful or harmful depending on the type chosen. As well as being good for the way you look and your heart health exercise is a thoroughly proven method of dealing with back pain, especially recurrent niggly problems that can you send […]

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Welcome 2015!

 Happy New Year to you all!  We are so excited to be back in   practice again for the New Year and we are looking forward to caring for many spines and minds in our community. The start of a new year is a great time to reflect on your life and your state of […]

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Osteo Arthritis of the Hip

Hip pain can have many different causes but as we age the most common cause by far is wear and tear. This is called osteo arthritis of the hip, or just hip oa. The ligaments that hold the bones together degrade as do the tendons that hold the muscles to the bones. The bursa’s that […]

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Patello Femoral Pain Syndrome or Clicky Knee’s

Patello Femoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) is the name for pain arising from when the knee cap or patella grinds in its groove at the knee joint. This grinding movement often leads to pain in activities like running or dancing and is a common cause of a clicking sound from the knee joint. It is important […]

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Pain Killers are Best in Moderation

    Pain killers can be of huge benefit in cases of back pain, neck pain, headache and the list goes on… The benefits received from pain killers are best experienced by following the prescribed dosage. If you don’t get the relief you need after a normal dose its probably time to talk to somebody […]

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Healthy Pelvis for a Comfortable Pregnancy and Birth

There is a very intimate relationship between the pelvis of a pregnant woman and the birth canal. The bony structures of the pelvis are both directly and indirectly connected to the uterus through a system of intricate soft tissues including many ligaments and muscles. The quality of the function of the pelvis, the quality of […]

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Good Balance is Vital for Good Health

Being confident on your feet and having good balance is incredibly important. This is especially true for those in our aging population. Poor proprioception, a medical term for body awareness and balance, is a prominent cause of many common conditions that affect patients in our Brisbane clinic every day. So, what is proprioception? It is […]

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