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I am a physiotherapist and a runner. As a runner I know there is a fine line between better performances and injuries.   Running is a quick, natural, cheap, flexible way to keep fit. Yet, so many people suffer injuries from performing their running training or competitions....

Jaw pain is no laughing matter!   The jaw, also known as the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), is one of the most frequently used joints in the body. It is used for talking, eating, sucking and yawning. The TMJ muscles activate and oppose gravity to keep the mouth closed....

I'm in pain, do I go to a Physio or a Chiro?   Throughout my years in practice, I quite frequently get asked this question. So I thought I would blog about it this week, and clear up a few misconceptions, at least from the chiropractic end....

It is bad to crack your back?   “To “crack” or “not to crack?’ That is the question.   If you constantly feel like you need to crack, it’s time to get yourself checked out! “I always make my back “crack”, “it feels good”. If this is you, and you...

  Back Your Inner Athlete This year, Spinal Health Week 2016 runs from 23 to 29 May with the theme ‘Back Your Inner Athlete’.     Every day more and more Australians experience disabling low back pain, neck pain and headaches, limiting their ability to work and engage in an...

The 9 Months transformation Pregnancy massage and Maternity reflexology at Quay Health The body is an incredible phenomenon. It finds way to adjust, reestablish balance and knows how the heal best. Being a woman creating a new life can be added to that wondrous list. Pregnancy is a...

What is stress doing to our digestion? Almost every client I see, tells me they’re having problems with their digestion – but why? When you feel like you’re doing all the ‘right’ things food-wise, it can be frustrating to experience ongoing digestive difficulties. Symptoms such as bloating,...