Myofascial Release is a method of deep tissue massage. It starts on the outer surface layers of the tissue, and works towards a deeper point throughout treatment, within your comfort level. MFR assists to enable changes in dysfunctional tissue by stretching it, to release it. This is the tissue that can be limiting your movement. These limited movements can lead to changes in your posture.
In case you missed our news last week, our lovely chiropractor Reta is finishing up her time here at BCNC at the end of this year. Since starting here as a new graduate, in 2013, Reta has flourished and become an amazing chiropractor for all of her patients. It is now time for her to move onto next Chiropractic chapter.
Pregnancy is a treasured part of a lady’s life. Within a mums’ tum, is a deep bond with a baby that fills out for the rest of the mother child’s life together. Today’s blog looks at exercise and pregnancy, as it’s an important part of ensuring the best labour possible, with as minimal intervention as possible.
From the moment of injury, it is acute. After three months, the injury is chronic and becomes a health burden requiring more treatment. It is important to aim to be healthy as possible. Practice Prevention and Early Intervention. Approximately 48-72 hours after injury, depending on the severity, is when remedial massage can start being utilised to aid in the recovery process. There are many benefits of receiving remedial massage during recovery.
Back pain – we see it everyday. Did you know that up to 80% of Australians will experience back pain at some point in their lives? Back pain can be related to many different factors, some of which include family history, weight, occupational factors, and level of physical fitness. For this blog, we’re going to tackle posture: how it can affect you, and how you can make a difference. Poor posture can place an increased amount of stress on postural muscles and the joints of the body. Over time prolonged poor posture may lead to headaches, back pain, and more severe conditions with the spine.
Myotherapy can best be defined as the assessment, treatment & management of musculoskeletal conditions. To make sense of this, when you see a myotherapist, they will assess your condition to find out what is causing you pain, provide treatment in the form of manual therapy to correct the problem, and then manage you back to 100% health. The difference between massage and myotherapy is that massage is just one tool that a myotherapist uses to treat problem. A myotherapist will also use dry needling, joint mobilisation, stretching, behaviour and lifestyle modifications, and exercise prescription and rehabilitation to enhance the patient’s health and restore function.
Spinal Health week is in the last week of May! This year’s campaign focuses on chronic back pain a burden that affects 3.7 million Australians. Chiropractors nationwide are encouraging you to seek help for your chronic back pain. Chronic back pain is a condition that affects one in six Australians and under chiropractic care is something that can be managed and helped and it is never too late to get back proper spinal and restore the health of your nervous system.
In today’s modern society, the use of technology is endless. You can see it everywhere. For example using something simple as a microwave for heating up food, using the public transport system to catch a ride and most commonly using mobile phones to communicate with one another.
We all make resolutions as to what we will change in our lives to be healthier, but statistics are that unfortunately not many people stand by these resolutions. Many physical problems can be treated and fixed by using natural remedies like herbs, homoeopathics, essential oils, nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes which combine beautifully with the chiropractic, myotherapy and remedial massage therapy that my talented co-workers provide in adjusting and aligning the skeletal and musculature systems in your body.
Chronic pain is a serious medical problem, affecting as many as 1 in 5 Australians (BUPA Health Foundation 2011).It has become an epidemic that is costing the health system up to 34 billion dollars each year. Worst of all, chronic pain is often resistant to treatment.