Why is your blood pressure important?

Blood pressure is often mentioned when talking about maintaining our overall health and to prevent the development of diseases, but what is blood pressure? It refers to the amount of force applied to the walls of our blood vessel which each beat of our heart....

Why do we need immunisation?

It’s World Immunisation Week! Diseases such as measles, tetanus and polio have the potential to cause significant illness with symptoms such as fever, weakness, fatigue and pain, and can cause long-term complications or even become life threatening. Immunisation can...

Why should you see a chiropractor?

Are you considering visiting a chiropractor but not entirely sure what they can help with? Chiropractors are specialists who target a variety of concerns relating to your muscles, bones and joins. Chiropractic care can provide relief for back pain, correct...

Gut Health

Did you know that around 20% of Australians have IBS symptoms? Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a collection of symptoms that occur due to irregular functions of the small or large intestine. What do our intestines do? Our small and large intestines are part of our...

Keeping Our Kidneys Healthy

Our kidneys are vital organs responsible for filtering our blood! We have two kidneys (a right and a left) which sit beneath our ribcage deep in our abdomen. Around 8-10% of adults have kidney damage, however, if symptoms are recognised early, treatment can prevent or...