Our Chiropractor Aisha, specialising in all things neurological, starts her series of Paediatric videos with an introduction to primitive reflexes and how they can help us identify developmental delays in children. Stay tuned for many more short videos going deeper into this area to help you monitor the health of your kids!!  

Pilates + Pregnancy = Preg-lates!!!! The Problem: The incidence of lower back pain during pregnancy is reported to be as high as 50-80% of all pregnant women. Pelvic changes and altered loading on the spine are the two main contributing factors of lower back pain in pregnant women1. One fifth of pregnant women develop pelvic

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During the entire month of July is hosting Physio “Q&A Month”!!! What is Physio “Q&A Month”? In order to increase awareness in the local community about Physiotherapy, we are inviting ANYONE who has a health-related question  to ask our Physiotherapists at NO COST!! As per our below flyer, we are hosting 10-minute info talks on

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March is Arthritis Awareness Month. Arthritis is often referred to as a single disease. In fact, it is an umbrella term for more than 100 medical conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system, specifically the joints where two or more bones meet. Arthritis-related problems include pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joint cartilage (the tissue that

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Life can bring activities and sports that can result in some common injuries involving the shoulder. Sports such as tennis, golf, swimming, soccer, wake-boarding or water skiing, even home maintenance work can all cause shoulder problems. The rotator cuff is comprised of a group of muscles and tendons that cross the top and back of

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The Achilles tendon runs from the calf muscles down to the back of the heel bone (the back of the ankle). Achilles tendonitis is an inflammation of the Achilles tendon, usually due to overuse of the area. It is most commonly reported in athletes that are training under less than ideal conditions. Although the prevalence

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It’s that time of year again. It’s not called the silly season for no reason. Partying, drinking, indulging, overeating and running around like a headless chicken from event-to-event and shop-to-shop, it’s no wonder many of us feel tired, rundown, overweight and stressed as the new year comes around. Œ Travelling on the Holidays Have niggling

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