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Runners Knee

Almost every runner will complain about an injury or soreness at some point in their life. The most common of these complaints is the knee. Knees are crucial for humans to run. Without them, running wouldn’t not be possible as they act as a shock absorber and […]

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Massage for Sciatica 

What is Sciatica ? 

It is the symptoms of leg pain and possibly tingling, numbness, or weakness that originate in the lower back and travel through the buttock and down the large sciatic nerve in the back of each leg.

Sciatica is often characterised by one or more of the […]

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ACL Injury Prevention & Treatment

Are you putting your knee at risk?

With a recent set back in my own training and sport due to a serious anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and meniscus injury I thought it would be appropriate to kick off the new year with a blog highlighting some important aspects on ACL […]

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Rib Pain & Dysfunction – Breathe Easy with Chiropractic!

How can ribs become dysfunctional?

Did you know that you have 24 ribs that go from the top your shoulders (T1) down to your mid to lower back (T12)? They are on the front, back and side of our thorax/chest. Ribs are designed to protect our lungs and heart from […]

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‘Slipped’ Discs

What is a ‘slipped’ or bulging disc?

There are many terms used to describe damage to spinal discs and the associated pain syndromes that go with them. One of the major misconceptions is that discs can ‘slip out’ and then be pushed back in or they go back in on their […]

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