Category Archives : Backaches and Sciatica

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.

Tailbone pain

Our Chiropractor will conduct a thorough musculoskeletal evaluation to determine the cause of your Tailbone pain.

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 […]

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 […]

Exercise provides relief for Sciatica

Sciatica happens to be the largest nerve in the body. When this nerve become compressed or damaged due to any pressure, it can cause pain in the back. Medically this condition is called sciatica. One of the ways to treat it is through physical rehabilitation programs and individual exercises.

Arthritis treatment

Arthritis has many types, and there is no single cause or a group of causes to any of those conditions. The reasons can vary depending on the type of it. However, some of the most common or potential

Spinal Health Week 2017

In addition to chiropractic care, simple measures such as incorporating walking into your daily routine can improve chronic back pain symptoms. Walking keeps the spine active and mobile. Improving posture can also help to relieve strain on the spine and improve circulation.

Lumbar Strain and low back pain

A lumbar strain occurs when the muscle or tendon fibres in the low back are torn, either suddenly or gradually from use over time. When a strain occurs, the surrounding soft tissues become inflamed, making movement painful and challenging. CHIROPRACTIC care has been shown to effective herapy for acute back conditions.