Two reasons to go to a chiropractor to correct your poor posture

Posted on: 12 January 2018

If you have suffered from poor posture for many years, it might be time to correct it. Unfortunately, chronically-bad posture is not something that can be fixed without professional help, as years of abnormal spinal alignment often results in a person's muscles, tendons and ligaments being 'trained' to stay in unhealthy positions. As such, if you have had poor posture for a long time, you will need to seek treatment from a chiropractor to correct it.
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Classic Signs Your Child Could Be Developing a Misaligned Spine

Posted on: 8 January 2018

As an adult, any spinal misalignment is often painfully obvious – quite literally. Even if they're not directly along the spine itself, the aches and pains you get with misalignment won't be ignored until you seek treatment. In children, it can be a different matter entirely. Sometimes, the problems aren't severe enough to cause discomfort at first, and the pain doesn't start until adulthood. And children are happy toddling on, going about their day without complaint.
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Three Essential Guidelines on Managing Neck Strain Injuries

Posted on: 20 December 2017

Neck pain resulting from strain injuries is common among people of all ages. In general, the strain occurs due to overstretching or general misuse of the muscles and skeletal structures in the neck area. Also, poor posture can contribute or accelerate neck strain and subsequent pain. While most aches resulting from strain are not unbearable, they can interfere with the ability to perform normal tasks and lower the quality of your life.
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3 Occasions When You Need to See a Chiropractor

Posted on: 14 December 2017

Back pain can be very debilitating. In 2014-15, 16% of the Australian population reported some form of back pain, making it the 3rd largest disease burden in the country. There are many causes of back pain such as poor posture, lifting heavy loads and sporting injuries. If the pain is only minor, it can often be treated using over-the-counter pain medication. However, there are times when you will need to seek out professional help.
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