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Brisbane Myotherapy Tag

So you have neck pain or back pain and you have tried a few different things that simply haven't worked. What else can you try? We know that the pain in your neck, upper and mid back and along the shoulders is irritating and distracting - sometimes causing aching pain and discomfort between the shoulder blades, either side of the spine, up the neck and into the back of the head and even down towards the lower back.  The pain can increase as the day goes on, making you feel like you want to crawl out of your body to get away from it, affecting your ability to comfortably work, study, cook, sleep and carry out your daily tasks. These symptoms can greatly affect your everyday life, becoming tiring and restricting. In simple terms, it's debilitating.

If you’ve experienced shoulder pain you would know how irritating it can be – sometimes causing radiating pain out from the shoulder to the neck or back or down the arm, affecting your ability to lift the arm up without pain, put your coat on, sleep on the affected side, carry bags and luggage, work at your desk without increased aggravation and perform exercise without range restriction and pain and even weakness. These symptoms can greatly affect your everyday life, becoming tiring and restricting.

Why You Need to See a Myotherapist For Your Headaches.

One of the most common conditions that bring people into the Thrive Health Co. clinic are headaches. Did you know, there are 13 recognised types of headaches with over 300 subtypes, each classified by their underlying cause and symptoms. Classifying a headache can be difficult; treating it doesn’t have to be. (International Headache Society).

I often get asked about why we changed the name of our business from Sherwood Chiropractic to Thrive Health Co. and whether this was something we had only started thinking about recently. The truth is, my ultimate vision when moving with Jemima Nelson (my wife) to Brisbane eight years ago was to always create a centre of excellence for the care and prevention of all Musculoskeletal and Pregnancy/Paediatric related  issues.

As 2018 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 was (2017) and not only be appreciative of all your wins but also look at the goals you didn't accomplish and work out whether they were important enough and why you didn't achieve them. Moving forward, a very simple way to set your goals is using the SMART acronym.