One of the most common questions we are asked by our patients is “How long will it take until it is better?” and the answer is that healing times vary greatly depending on the type of injury, the structures...
Should I get a sit-stand desk? Well, it depends. The average worker can spend up to 75% of their day in a sitting or reclining posture. Increased sedentary postures can increase the risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders and chronic diseases such as...
What is pain? The Oxford dictionary describes pain as an unpleasant physical sensation caused by illness or injury.¹ It’s the body’s alarm system to alert you that something is wrong, that there is actual or potential damage to the body. If...
Also known as L-ascorbic acid, Vitamin C is an essential vitamin used every day for growth and repair of tissues, it helps to form connective tissue which is needed in all areas of the body from bone, cartilage, to...
We often get asked “What is osteopathy?” and “How does it differ to other manual therapies?” There are 3 main tenets that underpin the philosophy of osteopathy and form the basis of everything we do: 1) The body is a unit. Osteopaths...
Sleep is one of the most important factors in maintaining your health, along with a healthy diet and regular exercise routine, but did you know that 40% of Australian adults are suffering from inadequate sleep? There are many negative effects...