Brisbane Chiropractor Tag

Fingernails. We all have them - we usually cut them every couple of weeks, sometimes we get all fancy and paint them pretty colours, and they are excellent for scratching lotto tickets; But why do we have them?  The primary purpose of our fingernails is to...

If there is one thing Aussies take seriously, it’s their coffee. Coffee is one of the most common drinks worldwide, and believe it or not contains a powerful drug… caffeine!  Caffeine is that potent kick you get after downing a cup: it heightens your focus, increases...

There’s no denying that modern technology has revolutionised the way we live. Like something out of Back to the Future, our smartphones can summon food to our doorsteps or command the attention of thousands of people at once. We can request a taxi at our...

We all know that being seated at a desk is one of the most troublesome activities for your posture, leading to neck, back, and shoulder pain… but what about our driving posture when we sit in the car? As a chiropractor, I commonly see clients...

Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal tunnel syndrome is a compressed nerve condition of the wrists. It causes pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness of the hand musculature, often in the palm, fingers and thumb. The symptoms are caused by a pinching or compression of the Median Nerve,...

It’s a common misconception that physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths have the same job. While they treat similar conditions and there can be crossover in care, each specialty has different approaches. This week’s blog explores the differences between physios, chiros and osteos, to ensure that everyone...

Chiropractic care is focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of neuromusculoskelatal conditions.  Many conditions within the body are caused by excess inflammation within the body. While inflammation is part of the bodies’ natural healing response, excess inflammation can be considered the primary cause and...

Have you wondered if you have a ruptured or slipped disc? Within our spines, we have intervertebral discs. These discs are gelatinous pads serving as shock absorbers between two vertebrae (spine bones). They are a beautiful anatomical structure which allow both stability and flexibility of the...

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