28 February 2017 Comments Off on What Causes Nerve Pain

What Causes Nerve Pain

We asked Rachael Veronesi, a Sydney Chiropractor working at the Neurobalance Clinic to explain a little about nerve pain. She begins by saying that everyone’s experience is different and, although some people experience little more than some tingling ‘pins and needles’ type sensations, for others, the pain can be so severe that it is like […]

20 February 2017 Comments Off on Why Mouthguards are Important

Why Mouthguards are Important

Diane Tozer, a Dental Prosthetist who runs Westside Dentistry, a leading supplier of dentures in Brisbane poses the question to all parents – “Does the club or school where your child plays their sport, support and enforce the ‘No Mouthguard, No Play’ policy envisioned in the collaboration between Sports Medicine Australia and the Australian Dental […]

25 January 2017 Comments Off on Why Chiropractic Is Helpful for Hip Arthritis

Why Chiropractic Is Helpful for Hip Arthritis

Many people with Osteoarthritic changes of the hip that include pain, inflammation and joint deformity,  are turning to Chiropractic for help in managing pain and improving their mobility. Ealing Chiropractor Johan C Jeronimus DC DACNB says that the conservative care that Chiropractic can provide can be a very useful part of an overall care plan […]

23 August 2016 Comments Off on Injuries in Australian Football League

Injuries in Australian Football League

Australian rules football, or AFL, is known for the amount of sports injuries it often causes. It is considered a high contact sport, however unlike some of its relatives such as ruby union or gridiron, very little, if any, protective gear is commonly worn. At SpineScan we see all kinds of injuries. Not only do […]

28 June 2016 Comments Off on How chiropractic can help relieve the pain and discomfort of Osteoarthritis

How chiropractic can help relieve the pain and discomfort of Osteoarthritis

The term osteoarthritis is used to describe the symptoms associated with wear and tear of joints. Whilst most of us will experience this sometime in our lives, the severity can range from mild joint discomfort to stiffness, aches, pain sensations sometimes accompanied by clicks, pops and grinding noises that can occur upon joint movement. These […]

24 June 2016 Comments Off on Men’s Anxiety

Men’s Anxiety

As many as one in every five Australian men experiences some degree of anxiety disorder at some point in their lives. Feeling anxious during high pressure situations or during periods of high stress is completely normal. Indeed, anxiety is even beneficial in these situations, as it triggers the release of certain hormones and neurotransmitters that […]

21 June 2016 Comments Off on Three Causes of Brain Fog

Three Causes of Brain Fog

Whiplash, Concussion and Neck injuries can all cause ‘Brain Fog’ – a ‘basket-term’ for a group of symptoms that can include problems with both long and short term memory, difficulty in concentrating or multitasking and reduced cognitive abilities. Because this is a symptom that is often reported by those who have experienced a concussion, whiplash […]

31 December 2015 Comments Off on How to avoid sporting injury

How to avoid sporting injury

Do you love sport?   Do you play a particular type of sport every weekend? Do you play as part of a team, and enjoy the competitive nature of your particular discipline?   If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions then you will certainly not want to be suffering from an injury caused by your […]

31 December 2015 Comments Off on Probiotics For Mental and Physical Health

Probiotics For Mental and Physical Health

Most people are aware of the potential benefits for the digestive and immune systems of taking probiotics regularly. However, it seems that a daily dose of these tiny micro-organisms can also have benefits for those suffering from depression and anxiety or simply experiencing feelings of sadness and low mood. While the probiotic products we see […]

10 December 2015 Comments Off on A misunderstood condition: How to manage Irritable Bowel Syndrome effectively

A misunderstood condition: How to manage Irritable Bowel Syndrome effectively

Some conditions are understood and we know how to not only manage them, but also occasionally cure them completely; on the other hand, some are towards the other end of the spectrum, and unfortunately have no cure. Whilst some are a little more unmanageable than others, thankfully there are a myriad of conditions which fall […]