Tennis Elbow – not caused just by Tennis.

Clinically known as lateral epicondylitis, tennis elbow is a common presentation in our office. Tennis elbow is a condition affecting the muscles and tendons of the forearm, primarily where they attach at the outside portion of the elbow. Tennis elbow occurs in...

You Are What You Eat

Do you always feel tired? Fatigued? Have mental fogginess? (Gabie Falconer- Chiropractor) It may be what you’re eating or what you’re not eating! When your energy is low, we tend to reach for that cup of coffee or a handful of sugary sweets to provide us with a quick...

How can Chiropractic Help with Sporting Injuries?

If you are an athlete or just love playing sport, you know how physically demanding it can be on the body – running, jumping, twisting and tackling- isn’t easy. Putting your body through these tasks can sometimes be detrimental resulting in painful tears,...

Stress Down Day :)

Dr. Gabie Falconer (Chiropractor) DID YOU KNOW…. July 24th is Stress Down Day – Here are a few tips on how you can take some time to stress less! Are you getting enough Relaxation? Within our busy lives, sometimes it is hard to find that time to relax and take a...

Are you Running yourself into Injury?

Running is one of the most popular types of exercise within Australia. Why? Its free, no equipment is required and can be done almost anywhere as well as offering many health benefits. With the Olympics just around the corner, the City to Surf coming up, many people...

Migraine or Headache?

September 12 to 16 marks Headache and Migraine Awareness Week- Dr Gabie answers common questions about what can be a debilitating condition.  What are Headaches and Migraines? 90% of all headaches are primary headaches, appearing between the ages 20-40 years, with the...

Are you Guilty of Sitting on the Job?

  Did you know that less than 20% of jobs offer any physical exertion? This is quite concerning when we think that our bodies have been designed for regular movement, yet we spend the bulk of our day sitting still. On average an adult sits for 39 hours a week,...

World Spine Day – Time to Straighten Up & Move

October 16th is World Spine Day, raising awareness about spinal disorders across the globe. Millions of people throughout the world suffer from spinal related disorders, including neck pain, low back pain, disc disease and scoliosis to name a few. Spinal disorders are...

Surviving the Silly Season

With the festive season upon us, it is important to enjoy yourself without compromising the health you’ve worked so hard for throughout the year. Whether you may overindulge in a bit too much of the Christmas food or drink, or racing around buying heavy presents...