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Balance or Harmony

By Bettina Tornatorra – Reprinted from UCA 33 Principles Have you had the feeling of: How did I get to this place in my life? Have you ever looked around at your life and wondered When did that change? When you examine your life, are you the ruler of your destiny? Are YOU the centre […]

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Living A Congruent Chiropractic Lifestyle 

By Dr. Brian Kelly – Reprinted from UCA 33 Principles Magazine We have all been given a beautiful philosophy through chiropractic.  It reminds me of classical music, in that the deeper you go in learning and understating it, the more meaning can be gained from it. I often meet chiropractors or CAs who do the […]

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Stress and Adaptation the Chiropractic Way

Written by Mark Postles for our 33 Principles Magazine, reprinted here. I’m fascinated by the current state of our profession. It seems that there is a high level of stress and we are adapting to it in less than optimal ways. In many circles it appears that chiropractic is being reduced to a modality – […]

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Dr. Proudmans Clipper Round the World Yacht Race

      I have been asked to write a little bit about my adventure last Christmas in Australia sailing on a racing yacht in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. It was, let me assure you, a fantastic experience. It was challenging on so many levels, physical emotional and psychological, and before you […]

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5 Tips to help you on your Road to Recovery

I am often asked, “What can I do to get better quicker?” by patients as they begin care at our centre.  Well today, I am going to share with you the Top 5 things that you can do today to help you either get out of pain, improve your recovery from injury, or pass on […]

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He’s too young for back pain surely….?

Written by Jo Groenhart, Chiropractic Assistant and mum of two  This is just one of the many comments we hear every day when we tell non-members of the clinic that our team have their whole family including children adjusted regularly. Why do we do this? Let’s start at the beginning; Firstly as we all know […]

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Job Satisfaction and Low Back Pain

 Experts see new link between white-collar back pain and career satisfaction. Low back pain, more commonly associated with jobs involving physical labor, is now striking an increasing number of white-collar workers. Usually associated with heavy lifting, turning, bending and repetitive motions, back pain is becoming a plague among those who lift nothing heavier than a […]

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