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Subluxation, Subluxated & Subluxation - What's the Difference?

Yesterday evening I had the pleasure to work with a few great chiropractors in South Brisbane and a few more aspiring CQU chiropractic students. We were talking briefly about the use of the word "subluxation" and what is means in a chiropractic vs medical context.

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Dizziness & Vertigo - What's the Difference?

Dizziness and vertigo are not the same thing. There are a few key differences between them, but a common source for both. Dizziness vs Vertigo Dizziness is the sensation that YOU are spinning while the world is standing still.

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Vertigo & Meniere's Syndrome - Look to the Neck

Meniere's Syndrome, dizziness and vertigo are among the very few conditions that research is demonstrating IS caused by a misalignment of the upper neck. Still, hundreds of people in Brisbane and around Australia are informed that there is "no known medical cause to Meniere's Syndrome."

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Our Office Critter Finally has a Name

  • Posted in Event on Feb 08, 2016
Our Office Critter Finally has a Name

Matatopa. I've been looking for an appropriate name for a year now: something that was both authentic (Native American) yet would be chiropractic/health related at the same time. Here is what we know about the Woodpecker according to the Ojibway: "The woodpecker is known for his understanding of the rhythms, cycles and pattern of life.

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Health and Wellbeing – Medicare is Not Healthcare

Medicare does not and cannot help you to improve your health. How’s that for a bold statement? Let me explain, in the arena of health and medicine, politicians, doctors and especially the media use a series of words interchangeably when, in fact, they have very different meanings...

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Health and Wellbeing – Why Do You Need to See a Chiropractor if You Feel Fine?

Should you only see a chiropractor when you have a problem? And if you’re feeling fine, does that mean you don’t need to see a chiropractor? The answer for both questions is, ‘absolutely no!

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Concussion – How Much Damage Can a Football Cause, Really?

If you play football in North Lakes, Mango Hill or anywhere in Brisbane (youth, minor or professional) who is your team chiropractor? If you don’t know the answer to this question, here’s why you better find out. A “g force” is the amount of acceleration you experience compared to the normal force of gravity.

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Multiple Sclerosis-Research Never Made News in Australia

If you or someone you know suffer from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) read this: “We believe that the Upper Cervical correction on C1-C2 could be the main non-invasive treatment of the CCSVI mechanical type in patients with MS.

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Multiple Sclerosis & Alzheimer’s- Immune System and Atlas

What a discovery! Published in June 2015 of Nature, researchers identified a previously undiscovered network of lymph channels that serve as the brain’s drainage immune system.

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Cervical Spine – Neck Pain in Teenagers a Rising Epidemic

Teenagers have been told to ‘stop slouching and sit up straight’ since the dawn on time. However, modern technology makes the problem more serious than ever before. A 2006 survey of teenagers (14-16 years old) revealed that adolescents spent 1½ hours daily on computers and mobile devices (10 hours, 24 minutes per week).

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