Osteopathy and Pregnancy – How Osteopathy can play a role

Osteopathic treatment aims to maximise your body's ability to change and support you and your baby with minimum pain and discomfort. Over my many years in practice, one question that I have often been asked is ‘Can osteopathy help during...

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Back to school – How to choose the right school bag for your child

The right school bag - What to look for when buying a new school bag Ergonomic back packs best suit children entering school and returning to primary school. To find the right school bag that's best in size and fit,...

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Is Osgood-Schlatter disease as serious as it sounds?

Osgood-Schlatter diease (OSD) is one of the most common knee complaints seen in adolescents and older children, and is not usually as serious as it sounds. For some children, it can become very painful and may even restrict their...

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Breastfeeding is natural but may not come naturally!

For many mothers the delight of breastfeeding their newborn baby may not have been easy at first. In fact, most mothers at times may experience discomfort, nipple soreness, pain associated with cracked nipples and poor latch/suck, engorgement and possibly mastitis...

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What are ProKinetics? Could I benefit from wearing them in my shoes?

Prokinetics are a soft, non-invasive insole that are custom fitted and worn in your shoes to assist you with your posture, but they can also help with so much more. Prokinetics insoles have been designed around the latest kinetic technology...

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What does it mean if my baby has a flat head?

The medical term for a ‘flat’ or ‘misshapen’ head is plagiocephaly (plagios = crooked, kephale = head) which is defined as an abnormal head shape or deformity of the skull. A misshapen or flat head can be the result of...

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