1701, 2019


By |January 17th, 2019|Health Tips, Osteopathy|

Bruxism Grinding your teeth, or bruxism, can cause headaches, jaw pain, tooth pain. Often it occurs at night while we are [...]

1107, 2018

Pregnancy & Osteopathy

By |July 11th, 2018|Osteopathy|

Pregnancy is a time of incredible change. Within a short period of time, your body must adapt to accommodate your growing child and to prepare for childbirth. Changes over [...]

1301, 2018

Tips for Footy Boots

By |January 13th, 2018|Osteopathy, Sport|

Australian Rules Football is surprisingly tough on the feet. A midfield amateur footballer can run up to 15km during a match. Add onto that approximately 4 hours of training [...]

2009, 2017

Dry Needling

By |September 20th, 2017|Osteopathy|

Hands-on treatment techniques are incredibly varied. We push, pull, poke, crack or sometimes we can be so gentle it feels like we are doing nothing at all. But some [...]

1708, 2017


By |August 17th, 2017|Health Tips, Osteopathy|

Migraine is not just a bad headache. It is a series of chemical and electrical changes in the brain, starting in the brainstem then extending through the rest of [...]

408, 2017

The Art of Taping

By |August 4th, 2017|Health Tips|

Sports tape, or rigid tape, is a common fixture in many sporting organisations. My local footy club spends several thousands of dollars on tape each season. We see professional [...]

2907, 2017

Osteopath – That’s Bones Right?

By |July 29th, 2017|Osteopathy|

Osteopathy is an extremely difficult profession to describe succinctly. Words like 'holistic', 'manual therapy', 'physical therapy', 'primary health care', 'allied health care' and 'complementary medicine' are thrown around. [...]