Where has this pain come from? Do you experience bothersome and sometimes overwhelming pain or stiffness but have no idea where it has come from? Pain can often strike seemingly from nowhere at exactly the wrong time in life; after a stressful week at work, halfway through cleaning the yard, when you’re getting into your
Here are our top 3 tips to beat stress, overwhelm and slow down this Christmas! As the year draws to an end and silly season begins, stress levels tend to be on the rise. Holidays, family events, presents, work, and social engagements – many people feel as though they don’t stop from December to the
Why does my Myotherapist use Dry Needling and what is it? Dry Needling involves inserting very small acupuncture needles into the skin, muscles or ligaments in the body to create a response. The term “dry” refers to the fact the needle has no liquid being injected, rather the needle itself mechanically stimulating different body parts.
I have shoulder pain… so why are you checking my neck and back? Shoulder pain is a common reason for our patients to seek help from the team at Thrive Health Co. More often than not, there is more to a shoulder injury than meets the eye. Our shoulders are complex joints with lots of
Once I see a Chiropractor do I need to keep going for the rest of my life? Someone asked me whilst we were chatting at a coffee shop the other day “If I see a Chiropractor once, do I need to keep going for the rest of my life?” and at first it caught me
Movement Assessment or ‘Check Up’ Why you should be getting your movement assessed, even if you don’t consider yourself an athlete. We are all athletes, no matter what sport we play (or don’t play), what your body does for you on a daily basis is worth the ‘athlete’ status – trust me. We are day-to-day athletes.
As 2020 begins it is a great time to assess where you are at in all your different ‘lifetime’ accounts. These accounts may include but are not limited to health, financial, familial, relationships, spiritual, intellectual, and the list goes on…. An easy way to create goals is to first go back over the year that