Lateral Epicondylitis

Lateral Epicondylitis is a common repetitive strain injury that affects the muscles and tendons around the elbow. Commonly known as tennis elbow, it normally is brought about with a lot of repeated straightening and/or outward twisting of the elbow. This can happen in...

May 2019 Newsletter

A New Slick Website. We are very excited to announce that we have a new, fresh, modern and easy to navigate website for the Clinic! It has been some time in the making but we think it looks great, and is a much better reflection of where we are at as a Clinic. The...
Do You Suffer From Office Syndrome?

Do You Suffer From Office Syndrome?

Understanding Office SyndromeWorking long hours at an office can be exhausting, particularly if you’re not taking good care of yourself. Whether for lack of proper body mechanics or bad office environment, many of you may experience ailments such as headaches, back...

High Heels – Friend or Foe?

With the festive season almost upon us, it is time to consider not only how our poor waist lines and livers are holding up, but also our lower backs and feet. The latter two seem to be the forgotten heroes of the season, putting up with the many hours of high heel...

Waking up stiff or sore?

If yes, this is NOT normal! You should be waking up each morning feeling rested and relaxed. If this is not the case, chances are that either your mattress and/or your pillow is past its use by date. The body is really self-explanatory – we just need to listen to it....

Hamstring Stretch

A hamstring stretch is a really good stretch for anyone suffering from lower back, hip and leg complaints. The hamstring attaches to the base of your pelvis and travels to behind your knee. It can release tension in your lower back and be useful for disc...

QL Stretch

The QL muscle is such a important muscle in supporting your spine. It lies laterally to your spine on either side and provides support when you are sitting. Often people who sit off to a side, or slouch have tight QL muscles so you’d benefit from this...

Gluteal Stretch

Your gluteals, or bum muscles, are such strong muscles and do a lot of the heavy lifting for the body. They are sprint muscles so they should generally be fairly passive with good posture. Sadly, most of us don’t have good posture so your glutes often become...