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Whiplash

What is Whiplash?

 Whiplash is a common phenomenon that is created by damage to the muscles, ligaments and/or tendon structures in the neck.

Whiplash injuries occur when there is a rapid acceleration-deceleration of force that causes a ‘whipping’ of the head and neck. […]

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Your Balance Age

The importance of our nervous system and the way our brain and body communicate is imperative in our life. If there is a disconnection between our brain and body all sorts of things can happen: We can have coordination troubles, learning difficulties, changes in personality, anxiety, and we can […]

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Scoliosis Screening Initiative

As most of you know, scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine, which can start from a young age and is usually idiopathic (of unknown origin). It involves a rotation of the vertebra, which can lead to symptoms of back pain, headaches, migraines, digestive issues and sometimes, developmental […]

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Foods for your Brain

First good food for the brain is Berries. Berries are full of memory-boosting nutrients. They are a rich source of anti-oxidative compounds like vitamins C, E, beta-carotene and other nutrients that can help curtail the circulating free redials in our body’s systems.

Research has shown that beneficial chemicals like ellagatannis […]

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Some of the most common conditions that I see in the clinic are neck problems or shoulder and arm issues. These can be separate injuries causing a variety of upper limb signs and symptoms, or they are commonly related.

This month I am focusing on Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. What is […]

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