Is Posture the Reason Behind Your Knee Pain?

As a chiropractor, one of the most common complaints I hear about is knee pain.

Why Exercises and Postural Braces Can Never TRULY Fix Your Posture

When I say “improve your posture” what is the first thing that comes to mind?My guess is some you just started to straighten yourself up immediately.

Why We Don’t Recommend Orthotics

I’m sure most people are familiar with orthotics. They are the plastic moulds that go on the inside of your shoe.

Do You CrossFit? This is Why You Need Regular Treatment

If you have been a regular client of ours you will inevitably know that most of our chiropractors do CrossFit.

How I Got Bounding Energy & Crystal Clear Mental Clarity in Days

If you haven’t heard of fasting then you need to. There is an impressive and constantly growing body of research demonstrating how fasting can have huge health benefits.

Do Slumped vs Upright Postures affect the Stress Response?

Dr Ben CoupeIt’s quite common for clients report positive changes in mood as a consequence of care in our office.

How’s Your Posture Making You Feel?

We all know that our state of mind can affect our postures. When was the last time you saw someone who felt depressed or powerless and they adopted a slouched posture with their head hanging low? Or when was the last time you saw someone win a competition? They probably stood tall with pride; head held high (maybe with their arms raised to the sky and jumping about too!) This shows that our minds can change our postures.

A Muscle Problem Is Not Always a Problem With the Muscle

“I think it’s muscular.” I don’t think a day goes by where I don’t hear this sentence by one of our patients, the inference being that what they are feeling is a muscular problem and implying that ‘adjusting the bones’ won’t have an impact on said problem.

Better Height, Better Heart!

Think your ABC adjustments are just taking care of your muscles, joints and discs?!The following three peer-reviewed medical journal papers share a common theme, that your posture correlates significantly with your cardiovascular health.