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Headaches and Chiropractic

June 22nd, 2020

If you are a sufferer of headaches you are not alone; it is estimated that almost half of the adult population of Australians have suffered from a headache at least once in the last year (with females being a higher concentration of that percentage)1. One Melbourne study found that 87% of it’s participants had suffered from a headache in the past year1. Some headaches are intense, some are dull, some people get them frequently, some only occur during times of stress and some can be debilitating with symptoms of pain and nausea.  When we get these headaches we are often influenced by the ...read more

File under: headaches

Benefits of a Digital Detox?

June 2nd, 2020

I was just scrolling through some news articles on the internet over the weekend and I found one that is extremely relevant to the current Covid-19 climate. It was talking about doing a digital detox, what it is, why we should do it and what the health benefits are! The reason I thought it was especially important is because a lot of my patients are coming in to see me complaining more of back and neck pain, headaches, general body pain and poor sleep than they normally would. Obviously there is a huge amount of stress happening over the last couple of months because of Covid-19. Due ...read more

File under: digital detox

Movement and Joint Restrictions May Inhibit Brain Development in Children

May 20th, 2020

Recent studies have indicated that nervous system development and brain growth may be linked with movement and sensory input. The findings suggest “mobility restrictions or insufficient sensory stimuli impact the production of new brain cells and brain development” and that “by testing whether early deficits in sensory experience similarly restrict human brain growth, our findings offer a novel approach to combatting such deficits to maintain normal brain development [1].” Two recent studies [2,3] clearly suggest the possibility that movement restrictions in the postnatal stage may ...read more

File under: children

What Can I Do to Look After My Immune System?

April 29th, 2020

We have never been faced with times like this. With so many restrictions on even the most simple of things and more future uncertainty than ever before, for a lot of people I am seeing and speaking to there is an undertone of pressure or stress. Whether it be adapting to new family dynamics, changing work or schooling arrangements or the restrictions on normal activities. Uncertainty breeds stress, isolation and a lack of connection also breeds stress. So in a time that we should be supporting our resistance to viral infections we are all stressed!! One of the worst things we can do for our ...read more

File under: Immune, Uncategorized
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