Low back pain. The impact is huge. Statistics show the problem is as big as they come in the healthcare world, and new research published in The Lancet medical journal is recommending ‘A call for action’ to more effectively treat it. Among the findings of this latest research are some important themes that you have probably heard your Chiropractor nag you about for years! If you suffer from low back pain and already have a Chiropractor in your corner to nag you, you might just be one of the lucky ones. Read on to find out why….
Migraines are one of the most prevalent illnesses globally. More than 90% of people who suffer from migraines are not able to function normally or work during an attack. Chiropractic can help.
Hospital antibiotics have become one of the most over prescribed ‘medicines’ today. As a result, people have ruined their digestive systems, and ironically, have lowered their NATURAL IMMUNITY to all types of infections in the future. Get rid of infections without the digestive destruction, with these four powerful natural antibiotics.
The Dirty Dozen and the Clean 15 are lists that are compiled by the Environmental Working Group. Updated every year, the Environmental Working Group's Shopper's Guide Dirty Dozen list is based on laboratory tests done by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Pesticide Testing Program. They are a guide to which fruit and vegetables are best to buy organically to limit exposure to pesticides.
As human, our bodies are very clever we function, heal and self- regulate in incredibly intricate and efficient ways. It’s amazing to think of the huge number of actions and processes that occur in our body every second of everyday that just happen automatically, without us having to think about it. In this blog, Dr Tim explains nutrient and toxins, the effects they have on the body and how chiropractic can help.
Vitamin D is often an overlooked and undervalued nutrient, that actually plays and enormous role in many crucial systems in our bodies. With a cold and dark Tasmanian winter on its way, Dr Tim discusses why it’s important.