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  • Creativity the new brain exercise

    Creativity sharpens the brain, which can stem the advance of dementia in old age. The more new things you learn, the more use the brain gets, the sharper it will remain. It's often recommended that seniors learn new skills and challenge themselves with new opportunities, but this recommendation is appropriate for any age.

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  • World Spine Day 2017

    Improving your posture and exercising regularly can help improve and maintain spinal health. Exercises can be undertaken by Australians of all ages with a special program tailored for children. Exercises can be completed at any time of day but are most beneficial when they form part of a daily routine. It's hoped that over time all Australians will take a few minutes every day to care for their s...

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  • Knee Pain conditions

    Knee pain's are a common ailment in our community. Appropriate examination and therapy can be provided by your chiropractor. With discussion to the doctor or specialist if the treatment is not progressing as anticipated

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  • Referred pain syndrome

    Often, the source of these pains is the spine, even when the pain is elsewhere. Referred pain is a real, common condition that can affect any part of the body. Referred pain is also a serious condition since it might not be getting the proper attention.

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  • Backpack safety tips

    Backpack Safety Tips for Kids Spinal Health… bought to you by Inner Vision Surf & Skate and Coastline Chiropractic.  Inner Vision Surf and Skate of Port Macquarie were kind enough to lend us their store and entire backpack range so we could provide you with some important tips on how your child can correctly carry […]

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  • What’s your office sitting posture like?

    Having healthy posture habits prevent common neck, shoulder and back problems and may also improve your mood and energy throughout the day. Here are some quick tips to help make sitting in front of a computer more comfortable: •Keep your monitor at eye level, and place your keyboard close to your body. •Sit in a […]

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