The FAQ’s of Dry Needling

Have you heard the term ‘dry needling’ within an osteo or physio practice, or know someone who hasn’t stopped talking about it? Maybe you have even experienced it before without…
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WHAT TO DO FOR A JARRED FINGER!

  A jarred finger is a very common injury in many sports like basketball, netball and football. It often affects the middle knuckle joint, when the finger tip is compressed…
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What is Whiplash?

Whiplash or Whiplash Associated Disorders (WAD) may be something you’ve heard of before, but what exactly is it? Whiplash is a common injury that occurs primarily in the neck and…
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What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy Is a system of manual therapy that uses hands-on techniques to assess, diagnose, and treat the entire musculoskeletal system. Osteopaths examine more than just the site of pain or…
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Tips and Tricks for Travelling

Have you ever thought about what sitting down (in a car, train, or aeroplane) for a prolonged period of time does to your body? Whether you’re planning your next road…
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Tips for your Desk Ergonomics

Did you know that Australians sit around 10 hours a day? Sitting for long periods of time not only increases your risk of health conditions such as diabetes and cancer…
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Is Food Medicine?

Food is social. It induces a nice feeling. We buy it every week and consume it every day…. could it actually act as medicine?!? The human body is a well-oiled…
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Winter Warming Soup with a Twist

Pumpkin soup with a twist. Sound delicious? Winter brings with it coldness and sometimes we seek the warmer, comfort type foods to warm our bones. Unfortunately, our desire to warm…
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Pumpkin soup with a twist

Osteopathy: Everything you need to know

So what is Osteopathy? Osteopathy incorporates manipulation and/or joints to treat whole systems of the body- that is, the WHOLE body It is a non-invasive manual therapy that aims to improve…
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Tips to look after your back

Back pain is really common. Way too common. A constant tightness and soreness may be common, but it is not “normal”. And taking anti-inflammatories daily is not the answer. What do…
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