Simple mindfulness techniques can help you manage stress and achieve more balance in your life. Set aside a period every day to practice deep breathing exercises. Often it is suggested a quiet cyclic breath for 20-30 seconds would suffice
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.
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...
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
Running happens to be one of the best and easiest exercises that one can easily include in his or her fitness regime, and should. Running not only brings amazing cardiovascular benefits, but it also helps in staying physically, emotionally and mentally fit. Running keeps us calm, refreshed and at the top of our fitness game.
Muscle strains could happen in any part of the body, but mostly they affect the lower back, neck, shoulder, and hamstrings. Sportspersons frequently experience sudden muscle strains as they are more exposed to jumping, playing, and other physically strenuous activities that affect muscle movements
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.
If you participate in sports or do a lot of kneeling or squatting in your day, you are more likely to develop patellofemoral pain. Younger, more active people and females are more apt to develop this condition. During your recovery from patellofemoral pain, you may need to limit aggravating activities such as kneeling for long periods of time, running, or jumping.
Straighten Up Australia is an ongoing community service initiative of the CAA, and is an easy and enjoyable everyday program to improve your health and the way your body functions. Coastline Chiropractic Centre is an active supporter of CAA and public education.
Chiropractic treatment is useful to athletes of all level, professional, amateur and even the weekend ones. Chiropractic treatment aids athletes in bringing the best of their athletic performance and preventing and managing sports injuries.