Why Osteopaths are Applauding Simone Biles Olympic Decision

Over the last few weeks we have seen people performing at the peak of their physical abilities in the Tokyo Olympics. It’s inspiring and uplifting. But there was one moment that prompted comments and analysis around the globe: the...

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How to Manage your Migraines: Part 2

The most successful migraine management strategies are often a combination of lifestyle modifications, medication and complementary therapies such as Osteopathy. It’s important to note that approximately 50% of people with migraines have not been diagnosed, and even those who...

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How to Manage your Migraines: Part 1

Migraines are a very common and distressing disorder that’s affecting over 3 million Australians. Whilst it is most commonly noted in woman, those aged in their 20's and 30's, it can be experienced by anyone, regardless of age or...

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A Good Night’s Sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep is incredibly important for your overall health. It’s a period of time when the body restores itself physically, and organisation occurs in our brain. Research has shown that a person’s ability to concentrate, use...

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Pelvic Imbalance: Why it Happens and How to Fix it

Very often in our clinics, we see people come in with pelvic asymmetry or imbalance. This can cause or aggravate any number of injuries and problems throughout the body. Why does this happen? Well, the most obvious answer is...

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Swimming for Health

We’re in the warmer months of the year, and many people have been jumping into the water. But for those of you still on the fence, here’s some great reasons why your Osteopath may have recommended swimming to help...

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