As a passionate holisitc health clinic, we believe in educating the Community to better understand preventative ways to health, for themselves and for their families.
On October we held a Free Health Seminar including topics such as: Naturopathy and coming back to basics for good health, Chiropractic and the Nervous system, Ancestral and Aboriginal cultures and their approach to health.
Stay in touch to be informed of next Free talks and Seminars.
Our feet are often taken for granted, but when you think about it they are our main form of transport!
They are the foundation of our body and play a crucial role in our stability, particularly the pelvis and the spine. Biomechanical dysfunctions of the feet can lead to issues ranging from heel pain through to hip and spinal problems.
‘Pronation’ is the part of walking and running that allows your body to absorb the shock of contact with the ground. As your foot hits the ground, it locks slightly to absorb shock and allow your foot to stabilise itself to propel forward for the next step. However, sometimes your foot rolls too far inward, known as overpronation, causing lower body pain in areas such as your legs, knees, hips and even your spine.
Magnesium plays several important roles in the health of your body and brain:
Magnesium participates in bone formation and bone health.
Together with calcium, magnesium is important for maintaining bone health and preventing osteoporosis.
Prevention and treatment of Diabetes.
For its properties it improves Heart health.
A daily intake of Magnesium reduces migraine headaches.
For its anti-inflammatory properties, it decreases premenstrual syndrome discomfort.
Relieves anxiety and it reduces chances of depression.
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body. In fact, every cell in our body contains it and needs it to function.
However, you may not be getting enough of it, even if you eat a healthy diet. Read the article to find out if your body is asking you for Magnesium.
Acupuncture improves the body’s functions and promotes the natural self-healing process by stimulating specific anatomic sites–commonly referred to as acupuncture points, or acupoints.