As a sporting nation there are many health professionals who cater to athletes, but not many people realise chiropractors are able to significantly improve sports performance; ideal for the thriving, active communities in our capital cities. Finding a sports chiropractor can be daunting, with a great deal of choice. Particularly if you have not received treatment before, it can be difficult to decide on which chiropractor to go with. In Sydney, you can have confidence […]

Almost all of us own or have access to a laptop these days. How often have you looked around on the bus or train and seen people head down into an email or film? School children are now even given laptops to use at home for their homework – but has anyone ever considered the impact of this on a growing child or adult’s spine?

Motorised Flexion Distraction Therapy (or M-FDT for those in the know) M-FDT is a doctor controlled traction technique able to be applied to a specific level of the spine, therefore avoiding stress to unstable parts of the spine. It consists of a uniquely designed motorised therapeutic table with two moveable sections connected to one another by a pivot. By placing a particular spinal joint (disc or facet articulation) over the pivot opening, the M-FDT table […]

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Wall Angel postural exercise

This is a brilliant (and very difficult) postural exercise. It targets and engages all of our core muscles and shoulder stabilisers, and is an excellent aid in improving our middle back extension and shoulder  mobility. Done in conjunction with “floor angels” and foam roller extension, this is one of the best exercises to counteract poor posture through device (laptop, computer and phone) use. Just start slow, and do a little every day to slowly improve […]

Correct Squat, Lunge and Deadlift Technique

  Here’s a short video blog about the best method to Squat, Lunge and Deadlift. These tend to be excellent exercises if done properly. Sadly, most people lose form, and therefore are much more likely to injure themselves.

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