Cervical Headaches

Headaches can occur for many reasons.  These include migraines, tension and stress, concussion or bump on the head, sinus or flu related, even dental. People should consult their doctor if they experience any new, constant or severe pain in the head region.

Scoliosis

The human spine is made up of 24 interlinking bones called vertebrae. The spinal column is the body's main upright support. When viewed from the side, the spine forms three curves, much like an ‘s’ shape: The neck (cervical spine) curves slightly inward, the middle back (thoracic spine) curves outward, and the low back (lumbar spine) also...

Diabetes and Exercise
Approximately one million people in Australia are reported to have diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic medical condition where there is excessive glucose in the bloodstream due to the body’s inability to produce or use insulin properly.

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