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Watch Your Back

Low Back Pain is now Australia’s mostly costly disease! It costs Australia in treatment, it costs Australia in time off work and costs Australia in huge insurance premiums. It will affect more than 70% of Australians during their lives and 30% of these people will experience it for the rest of their lives.   Chiropractic […]

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What is a Chiropractic Adjustment?

A Chiropractic adjustment is a powerful thing. It is the main tool a Chiropractor uses in their treatment ‘toolbox’ and it not only feels good but it is highly therapeutic. It is one of the main reasons that Chiropractic treatments give such good results for so many different complaints. In this blog I will explain […]

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Attack of the Skinny Jeans: A Cause of Meraligia Parasthetica

Although they are at the height of fashion and look fabulous, skinny jeans may be a risk to our health. Including, being a cause of a little syndrome called Meraligia Parasthetica. Which is now increasingly on the rise, especially in the younger patient demographic. What is Meralgia Parasthetica? It is a neurological condition in which […]

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Spinal Health: Is Sitting The New Smoking?

Sitting down for extended periods of time has the same detrimental effects on our health as smoking. It’s time for us to stand up (no pun intended) as a population and DO something about our inactivity. It’s simply not good for our overall health to sit down for hours on end and to forget about […]

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Panadol, No Good for Your Back.

Last week an Australian lead study by the George Institute in Sydney has  shown that paracetamol is not all its cracked up to be. This new finding  highlights how little is known about low back pain. For the last ten years paracetamol was recommended by the Australian  Guidelines on Low Back Pain as the first […]

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Ten Foods for Healthy Bones (Dairy Free)

It is well known that calcium and vitamin D are very important for maintaining strong healthy bones and warning off nasty conditions such as osteoporosis and osteomalacia.  But I wanted to let you know it is not all about calcium and vitamin D- there are numerous vitamins and minerals required in the maintenance of healthy […]

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Spinal Health: Stretching Out With Local Kids.

Recently I had the joy of spending time with the lovely children and parents at the New Farm Neighbourhood Centre Play Group. The New Farm Neighbourhood Centre does an amazing job in our community. Each week they host a playgroup on Monday mornings from 10 a.m. – 11.30 a.m. I was lucky enough to spend a […]

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An Open Letter to Interested General Practitioner’s

Dear Doctor, This letter is to inform you about our new practice and about why you may like to refer to a Chiropractor. Chiropractic Moves is an new evidence based chiropractic practice on the corner of James St and Annie St in New Farm. We work very closely with aligned practitioners including physiotherapists, osteopaths, podiatrists, […]

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How much Water Should I Drink?

We all know that drinking water is vital to our health and well being.  But, how much water is enough? The current research has varying opinions as to how much water is actually enough.  Every person’s requirement is slightly different. Climate, daily activity level, diet and body type can influence your hydration level. As a […]

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Video Pains

Over the past 12 months or so I have noticed a really shocking trend in practice. Each week I see an increasing number of young kids (and the young at heart) with hand, wrist and elbow complaints. When taking their history they all have something in common; they play video games.   Whether it is […]

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