Habits – how to form good habits and make them stick

Every day in our clinics we’re talking about habits - exercise, sitting, sleeping, diet, alcohol intake - and how these habits have an impact on how that body feels, functions and moves.

Turmeric – the latest wonder spice?

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has been used in India for at least 2500 years and is known to have antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, detoxifying and carminative (gas preventing - yes it reduces farts) properties[1].

Overcoming Adrenal Fatigue

The modern life has a lot of advantages, things that were once laborious and complicated have become quick and easy.

Stress, Movement & Anti-Fragility

"You are as old as your spine." - Chinese proverb If you are reading this, then by default you are spending most of your life in a technology-based society.

The Purpose of Proper Movement Preparation

What does the term “functional movement” really mean?According to kinesiology guru, Dr Kelly Starrett, it is movement that requires you to prioritize spinal mechanics and initiate movement from your hips and shoulders.

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.

The Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen

  The health benefits of organic fruits and vegetables have grown to become common knowledge in recent times (pun intended).

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.

Exercise & Longevity – are they linked?

Dr Liz BorhamA quick test for you:  can you sit down on the floor and then get back up, without using your hands or other supports?  Go on, try it.

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.