Top 5 Running Injuries

Posted by admin on  June 5, 2019

Top 5 running injuries It’s global running day, a day to celebrate a sport, that is as simple as putting one foot in front of the other. People run for all sorts of reasons from clearing their head, pushing their body to a limit they never knew they could or simply to have the perfect excuse to eating the entire jar of pineapple tarts. In 2017, 36 million people clocked over 6.67 billion miles with
Pregnancy and childbirth is a time of numerous changes and transformations within the female body affecting daily activities. These changes can often be taxing on the body and it is common through the course of your pregnancy, to develop some aches and pains. 50% of pregnant women will experience some lower back pain at some point during or postpartum (APA,2017). However, while its common it doesn’t mean that you have to suffer. Osteopathic treatment aims

Ayurveda and You

Posted by admin on  January 29, 2019

Ayurveda ( Ayur = life, Veda= science of knowledge) is a 5000 year old system of natural healing that has its origins in India. It emphasizes establishing balance in the body through a connection with nature, nourishing foods, exercise, and ideal daily and seasonal routines. Ayurveda provides a system of guidelines to remind us that health is the balanced and dynamic integration between our environment, body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda fundamental philosophy recognizes that human
Our heart is an amazing organ This powerful muscle, essential for the formation and survival of the foetus, is the first organ to form and function as a baby develops in the womb. Around day 21 of a human pregnancy, this tireless body part starts to pump, and from that moment on there is no going back as it continues to pump over 100,000 times a day. In so doing, it moves an impressive 2,000 gallons of blood around
Neck pain is considered to be one of the most prevalent global health conditions affecting both developed and developing countries (Louw et al 2017). One particular group that is increasingly vulnerable to neck pain is office workers, with 49% of Australian office workers reporting it in one year (Hush et al 2009). It may not surprise you but in the last decade, the occurrence of neck pain lasting more than 3 months has increase to