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
What is the difference between dry needling and acupuncture? They are very similar and use the same or very similar needle. It’s a sterile one-use needle, is very tiny and doesn’t inject anything, most people say it’s even relatively pain-free and they can barely feel the needle go in. Acupuncture is based on old Chinese
We welcome back Remedial Massage Therapist Shenal Sundaram. Shenal holds a Diploma in Remedial Massage (2007) and completion of Neuroscience unit at Endeavour College of Natural Health. Over the years he has treated several sporting teams, players and events including The Brisbane International Tennis Tournament, the Wallabies Rugby Team, Canadian Women’s and Mooloolaba Triathlon. Shenal
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
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
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.
Standing Desks…. Are they just a fad or are they really worth the investment? Standing desks have gained a lot of popularity over the past few years and I am constantly getting asked whether they are worth the investment. Simply put, no one position for too long is a good thing, but I think like
How to Choose the Right Health Care Provider for Your Injury! As many of you already know, we are very fortunate at Thrive Health Co. to have an amazing array of practitioners with their own unique skill sets to get you feeling great in as short of a time as possible. The question still remains