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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Sit-stand desks: the pros and cons

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...

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Movember and Men’s Health

During November, thousands of Australians gather to support Movember. Whether it’s growing a moustache, getting active or hosting events, Movember looks to educate and help research in the aim to tackle men’s health including mental health, suicide prevention and...

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How stress affects your body and wellbeing

How does stress have an effect on my body and my wellbeing? Stress is something that all of us have experienced at some point. Even though stress is so common, everyone experiences it in a different way, and we all...

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Pelvic pain and pregnancy

The human body is purely amazing in its ability to alter and change as a new mother starts to grow her own precious little bundle of joy. However this wonderful time can often be overshadowed by intense pain through either...

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How to minimise and manage discomfort when driving

It’s a well-known fact that driving can cause or aggravate pain. Below are some of the seat positioning and pain management strategies that can help to reduce and manage discomfort when driving. Minimising the Discomfort The Driver’s Seat: The easiest place to...

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