• 30 JUL 19
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    Demystifying Osteopathy: Is it for you?

    Demystifying Osteopathy: Is it for you?

    With all the medical services available today, it’s hard to keep up with what each one offers, and which ones would be most beneficial to you, your body and your needs.  From acupuncture and physiotherapy, to immunotherapy and phototherapy, the list goes on and on.  A form of therapy that we hear quite frequently is

    • 07 JUL 16
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    Chiropractic Versus Osteopathy: No Reason To Fight!

    Here we go again! Chiropractic is definitely NOT Osteopathy. So then really, truly, what is a Osteopath? Many a patient has come in to me saying, “You’re not going to crack my neck or my back are you?” Or, “Don’t ask! I once went to this Chiropractor and he cracked my neck, and it let

    • 18 JUN 14
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    Are You Fit?

    What is Fitness? Fit for what is the question I like to ask. After all, there is no perfect definition of fitness because each activity requires its own type of body fitness. Swimmers develop their own specialized type of fitness just as joggers and weightlifters do. Every sport develops its own body characteristics.   So

    • 16 DEC 13
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    Temporomandibular Joint Pain

    Temporomandibular joint pain can be worse than the dental surgery Going to the dentist is hardly ever fun. Even more so when you get dental surgery. Thank goodness for anaesthetics! Yet the most difficult part of the surgery may not be the part the dentist performs. It can be the aftermath of his work. Lying

    • 12 DEC 13
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    Can Stress Trigger Lower Back Pain?

    The short answer is yes. Stress can and often does trigger lower back pain and in fact many types of body pain. Sometimes the pain is a direct result of stress and other times it serves as a trigger. In either case, there are many good reasons for finding ways to manage stress. How to Manage

    • 12 DEC 13
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    Quality Food – What is it?

    In this article I discuss the idea that finding Healthy Food is a complex issue. And I argue that solving issues around acquiring healthy food is central to our well-being and requires research. Not doing so, can present genuine risks to our health that most people are unaware of. Many a time the problem people