When you injure your back people will often tell you that you have to strengthen your abdominals. If this is not explained correctly one would take this statement that you need to strengthen your stomach muscles by performing sit-ups. The statement is correct but doing a sit up while you have back pain will actually […]
Headache is one of the most common illnesses in Australia, with around 15 per cent of us taking painkillers for a headache at any given time. Because headaches are so common, most people think they are a normal part of life. However, a persistent headache is a sign that something is wrong. The continual use […]
Headaches are one of the main reasons patents seek chiropractic care along with other complimentary and alternative treatments. Dr Barbery (Chiropractor), having completed his Master of Public Health, has had a paper he co-authored, accepted in the prestigious Headache, The Journal of Headache and Face Pain. The Journal is the official publication of the American […]
BodyKey Chiropractic has a new webpage designed to make things easier to get you back on track with your health and for you to refer your friends and family to. It now has features to allow you better access to chiropractic care at BodyKey chiropractic and for those you might feel would benefit from chiropractic […]
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As a parent, it is important for you to encourage your children to be physically active. A child should try to do at least 40–60 minutes of exercise each day. To achieve this goal, plan some family togetherness time. Here are some easy ways to reach that goal together. Walk the dog. Treat your dog […]
You may have read or heard of the recent sensationalised reporting in the media regarding the safety of chiropractic in relation to children and the subsequent attack by the Australian Medical Association.This has been shown to be incorrect and once again chiropractic has stood the attack. Please read the following from the Shadow Health Minister […]
October 16th is World Spine Day which is part of the Bone and Joint Decade’s Action Week. It is to raise awareness about spine problems such as back and neck pain. To find out about exercises that may help in preventing these please continue reading.
Kids sustain two types of injuries in playing sports: acute and overuse. Overuse injuries are more difficult to diagnose and treat because they are usually subtle and occur over time.
Postural fitness is one of the new buzzwords of healthy lifestyle thinking – and for good reason. Over 2 million Australians experience back problems every year and postural fitness is one of the most powerful ways to address preventative health. Postural fitness means optimal spinal alignment. It gives you greater strength and endurance, better coordination […]