Meet the team: A quick Q&A with Dr. Lauren Marshall, Double Bay Chiropractor

By | April 28, 2021 | General | Comments Off on Meet the team: A quick Q&A with Dr. Lauren Marshall, Double Bay Chiropractor

Dr. Lauren Marshall recently joined Sydney Spine’s team after leading her own successful practice in South Africa. A movement advocate, Lauren balances her long distance running with regular yoga. Lauren currently treats patients at the Double Bay clinic.

By | February 24, 2021 | General | Comments Off on Meet the team: A quick Q&A with Dr. Greg Sher, CBD Chiropractor

Meet our CBD Chiropractor and Clinic Director, Dr. Greg Sher. With 20 years experience, Greg has a special interest treating sports people & office workers.

By | June 18, 2020 | FAQ | Comments Off on You ask we answer: Should I only attend a chiropractic appointment when I have pain?
attend chiropractic appointment regularly for optimum spinal health

No! The truth is that being pain-free does not necessarily mean that there isn’t a problem lurking somewhere in your spine, muscles or skeleton.

In fact, 50% of adults have suffered some degree of a disc bulge without pain. While that alone is not a justification to attend a chiropractic appointment, we do want to clear up when you should come for a check-up.

By | August 2, 2019 | Chiropractic Care | Comments Off on Ankle Pain: Chiropractic care can help you get back on your feet
ankle pain and relief | Chiropractor advise

Your body’s musculoskeletal system is comprised of bones and muscles which are joined together by connective tissues – like cartilage or ligaments. Your joints are the most vulnerable part of the entire system, with your ankles copping the brunt of your body’s pressure. Ankles are flexible and allow a wide range of movement. Therefore, they can be the number one spot to attract injury, pain or discomfort. Not only that, issues in your ankles can cause pain in other remote (and seemingly disconnected) parts of your body too.

Chiropractors advice

We will ideally spend one third of our lives sleeping. During sleep, your body’s activity is reduced, as the heart, lungs, digestive and other functions slow down. Your muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons relax, and are therefore rested. You release a hormone called Melatonin, which promotes deep sleep, decreases cortisol (our stress hormones), which promotes healing and helps you to relax. In the spine, the intervertebral discs – compressed during the day by sitting and

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Chiropractic treatment uses safe, gentle and effective techniques to restore function to the neuromusculo-skeletal system. Here’s how.

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