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Shoulder Pain & Osteopathy

Shoulder Pain & Osteopathy

Shoulder Pain  Delving into the most common cause – shoulder impingement! Especially as it is one of the most common complaints Osteopaths treat. Say ‘shoulder’ and most people think of a ball and socket joint. This joint does indeed make up a large part of the shoulder, but there is much more to it than…

Let’s talk TMJ dysfunction

Let’s talk TMJ dysfunction

Let’s talk TMJ dysfunction Do you get jaw pain or clicking?  Do you also suffer from headaches or neck pain?  This month we’re focusing on the jaw and what we can do to help… A bit of anatomy…. The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is your best friend when it comes to talking, eating & drinking and…

How Osteopathy Can Help Swelling

How Osteopathy Can Help Swelling

How Osteopathy Can Help Swelling …..and what is behind this swelling? Do you or anyone you know, suffer from abnormal swelling? Have you heard of the lymphatic system and how this plays a role? Find out how Osteopathy can help balance fluid retention…     At the heart of Osteopathy lies the principle of maintaining…

Magnesium: A Warrior of the 21st Century

Magnesium: A Warrior of the 21st Century

Magnesium: A Warrior of the 21st Century Magnesium deficiency is on the rise due to increased chronic stress in our modern lifestyle. Find out how this mineral impacts muscle cramps, sleep, anxiety & more…   Are You Low in Magnesium? Fatigue, muscle cramps, headaches and difficulty sleeping are common signs of magnesium deficiency in both…

Women’s Wellness

Women’s Wellness

Women’s Wellness Retreat by Aspen Coaching Back in May this year, Allison and Madeleine were asked by Emma from Aspen Coaching to speak about Osteopathy at a Women’s Wellness Retreat. A weekend full of beautiful food, movement training, yoga, meditation, and education sessions all held in the wonderful surrounds of Margaret River… who would say…

D is for Developing Babies

D is for Developing Babies

D is for Developing Babies Did you know that Vitamin D is essential for developing and protecting your baby’s brain and nervous systems? Pregnancy is the Road to Wellness Pregnancy is often described as a ‘window of opportunity.’ As a mother, being in the best of health before and during pregnancy can help influence critical…

Healthy Mums, Healthy Bubs

Healthy Mums, Healthy Bubs

Healthier Mums = Healthier Babies Our tips for growing a happy, healthy baby Baby’s First Bacteria When you think of ‘bacteria’, it’s likely that images of germs and infection may spring to mind…unwelcome guests in your little one’s body! While some microbes can lead to sickness, it’s important to know that the right types of…

Thriving Past 45

Thriving Past 45

Are you ready to thrive past 45, into your 50s, and beyond? Our Naturopath Diane gives her tips. 50 is the new 40, and women are expecting more from their bodies than ever. Appearance, fitness and wellness are very important – women want to face their older years active and feeling well. Digestion: the annoying…

12 for Twelve: Running Training & Recovery – Part 2

12 for Twelve: Running Training & Recovery – Part 2

12 for Twelve Running Training & Recovery – Part 2:  NUTRITION by our Naturopath, Diane Pascoe Signed up to the HBF Run for a Reason since Madeleine and Bob’s first post in this series? Congratulations, and welcome to the third blog post in the 12 for Twelve run series! Two of the most important, but poorly…

12 for Twelve: Running Training & Recovery – Part 1

12 for Twelve: Running Training & Recovery – Part 1

12 for Twelve Running Training & Recovery – Part 1:  SLEEP Signed up to the HBF Run for a Reason since Madeleine and Bob’s last post? Congratulations, and welcome to the second blog post in the 12 for Twelve run series! Two of the most important, but poorly understood and often overlooked, components of successful…