Dry Needling Treatment

Dry Needling Treatment makes use of solid filoform needles for the treatment of muscle pain. Very similar to acupuncture, dry needling treatment focuses more on the trigger points causing pain. The treatment involves a filiform needle inserted into the skin and muscle directly at a muscle trigger point or pain area. These trigger point...

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Benefits of Yoga

New research is providing some insight into the benefits of yoga and why it is beneficial to our health. By applying practices like  meditation, yoga, and deep breathing, the body’s ability to handle and recover from stress is enhanced. The body is brought to a state of relaxation that combats stress related symptoms such as...

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Pilates for Chronic Low Back Pain

As Chiropractors, we encounter numerous individuals on a daily basis who suffer from lower back pain. Back pain is ubiquitous – 8/10 people will experience it in their lifetime. It has significant financial costs and is challenging for conventional healthcare to treat with over the counter or prescribed drugs. Pilates for Chronic Low Back...

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Chiropractic Care Saves You Money

Recent studies in the US examining the cost-effectiveness of chiropractic care versus conventional medicine has found that spinal manipulation therapy is more cost-effective for neck and low back pain compared to GP care, physiotherapy or exercise. The conclusion is that chiropractic care saves you money! A study compared care costs of a patient under...

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Pain Signals

It is important to listen to your body and the pain signals it sends. Any pain experienced is a signal something is wrong. All too often we reach for a pain killer and ignore these messages. By masking the symptoms with drugs we overlook the cause, and only prolong the problem. Common Causes of...

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To sit or not to sit, that is the question!

To sit or not to sit while finding the correct working posture. There is a growing ergonomic trend that workstations should be height adjustable. This allows the user to be able to work in either a sitting or a standing position, thereby reducing the negative effects of prolonged sitting. While it is certainly true...

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