Tag: massage therapy

What can I do to get better quicker?

10/12/2015 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterest We are often asked, “What can I do to get better quicker?” by patients as they begin care at our clinic  So we thought we would share with you the Top 5 things that you can do today to help you either get out of pain, improve your recovery from injury, or […]

Avoiding Sciatica Surgery with Chiropractic Care

18/03/2015 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestAvoiding Sciatica Surgery with Chiropractic Care The pain of sciatica often drives patients to opt for surgery. But new research suggests that chiropractic treatment can be just as effective as surgery in some cases of sciatica. Spinal decompression surgery, also known as microdiscectomy, has proven to be effective for many people with sciatica. […]

Benefits of Reflexology

23/02/2015 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterest Benefits of Reflexology Helps reduce stress levels Promotes deep relaxation Brings balance to the body Cleanses the body of toxins and impurities Encourages self healing and balances body & mind A safe and gentle therapy suitable for all ages May help relieve symptoms of headaches, hormonal imbalances, digestive problems, sleep disorders and […]

Headaches & Chiropractic, Part 1

03/09/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhat Puts The “Ache” in the Headache? Headaches are one of the most common health complaints; after all, almost everybody has experienced a headache in their lives. It is estimated that for about 20% of us that are under a “stress overload”, the headaches are chronic and recurrent. What causes headache? For the […]

Massage After Exercise

17/07/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestMassage after exercise unquestionably feels good. A treatment will help reduce muscular pain and aid recovery. Massage treatment increases the blood flow to muscle tissue aiding the removal of waste products, delivering a fresh supply of oxygen and nutrients to fatigued muscles. Muscle health then starts to improve enabling the muscle to function more […]

Headaches and Migraines

18/02/2014 By Den

Link – emailFacebookTwitterPinterestThis picture sounds all too familiar:  Mum is upstairs because she has a migraine headache.  Her door is closed, the lights are off and we have to be “really quiet.”  I also hear people say, “I just get a couple of ‘normal’ headaches a week.”   No headache is “normal;” rather it is […]