The position in which you sleep in is also important to maintain a healthy posture. Avoid sleeping on your stomach, as this can be detrimental to your posture.
Better posture at the office is not only better for your health but will improve your productivity as well
Working from home could be detrimental to your posture. Improving your posture will improve how you feel
Australians are being asked to consider their options for health intervention on back pain after it was found that an estimated 45 120 people in Brisbane are impacted by back pain. The potentially debilitating disorder.
Severe back pain during pregnancy is normal for most women, Chiropractic care during pregnancy. It has been found to be a safe and effective, natural way to treat various musculoskeletal symptoms that many pregnant patients experience
Plantar Fasciitis Heel pain and tight calf muscles are symptoms our team at Brisbane Posture and Performance Chiropractic deal with on a regular basis. Plantar Fasciitis can result in severe pains in the foot arch or heel, often worse as you take your first steps in the morning. The pain develops due to extreme tightness […]
Whiplash When we hear the word whiplash we think of motor vehicle accidents. The reality is that we can be left with a whiplash injury due to a magnitude of reasons. It very commonly occurs in contact sports such as Aussie rules, rugby league/union or even calmer sports such as soccer or netball. It may […]
Brand New Clinic Location! We have moved. Our brand new state of the art clinic has opened this week in Carindale. We are located at Shop 1, 803 Creek Road, Carindale. We are attached to Fitness First Carindale. Our major focus at the new premises is to educate people on the importance of posture and […]
Chiropractic service for Neck pain in Carindale
Frozen Shoulder Frozen shoulder is a common culprit for shoulder pain especially for those in the 40-60 year age bracket. The symptoms of frozen shoulder are more common in women with them suffering 70% of cases. The mechanism of the shoulder ‘freezing’ involves a thickening of the shoulder capsule and development of scar tissue, limiting […]