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What do we do With a Clicky Knee- Another Look at a Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
Patellofemoral pain syndrome, is one of the most common causes of a mildly swollen knee and is is also a very common cause of a clicky knee during exercise. It’s often responsible for pain at ...
Prescription Painkillers Leading to Record Levels of Overdose and Addiction: Australia’s Prescription Drug Problem
Chiropractic Moves welcomes Dr Paul Calladine who wrote has written this guest blog for us today. A recent report published by the Penington Institute, Australia’s Annual Overdose Report 2016 (1), highlights some alarming statistics related to ...
Achilles Tendinopathy
Named for the bloke that took the poison arrow to the back of his leg in Greek mythology the Achilles tendon has always been a difficult area to manage. They're very common in runner's and ...
Happy New Year
Dear Patients, I am happy to announce that after too many days of festive food we are back from holidays and ready once more to take on the aches and pains of Paddington Brisbane. Our ...
We Are Back! Chiropractors available for appointments.
We are back in the clinic and are ready to help with your Chiropractic needs. Our hours for 2017 are as follows. Dr. Michael O'Doherty Monday: 8am - 6pm Tuesday: 8am - 6pm Thursday: 8am ...
Knuckle Duster, or Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation
Chiropractor's can crack bones and we can work on loosening up muscles too. Now we have a new tool, called the edge tool, for working on the bits in between. Your connective tissue is composed ...
WHO is thriving?
Dear Patients, We are excited to inform you all that we have recently begun using the World Health Organisation's (WHO's) latest assessment tool, this is software published by the WHO for the express purpose of ...
Game of Thrones!
I recently had a patient in our clinic present with right index finger pain of about 2 months after no particular injury. The condition was particularly worrying for that patient, a dressmaker, as she had ...
More crackin to get your backin
Dear patients, It's been a little while since my last post but I am pleased to let you all know that we are busy enough that I feel confident to quit my job on the ...
A Firm Grip on Things
Grip strength is fast becoming a very reliable indicator of health in many ways. It is widely known and accepted to be a good indicator of heart health and increasing your grip strength with exercises ...