Top Pregnancy Conditions Chiropractic Care Can Improve

Posted on: 17 July 2020

A woman's body undergoes tremendous changes during pregnancy to accommodate the growing baby and prepare for birth. These changes make pregnancy challenging since they cause misalignments such as back curve (to distribute the belly weight evenly), postural changes, pelvic orientation changes, and hormonal imbalances. As such, new mothers must get good health care to manage these issues throughout the nine months and deliver successfully. One of the non-invasive treatments women can consider is chiropractic care. [Read More]

Can Reformer Pilates Help You Lose Weight?

Posted on: 27 November 2019

Reformer Pilates exercises are an up-and-coming trend that many who are trying to lose weight are happy to participate in. This reformer machine generally features springs and a platform that, when combined with your body weight, creates the necessary resistance to give you an intense workout experience. Can Reformer Pilates help you lose weight? To answer your question, here is everything you need to know. How to Lose Weight on Reformer Pilates [Read More]

Flex for Jiu Jitsu

Posted on: 20 November 2017

Competing in Brazilian jiu jitsu can be taxing on the body. As a ground based grappling martial art with Judo throws from the standing position, you will often experience high levels of pressure and force on your body, particularly the joints. Because of this it is not uncommon for practitioners to experience joint swelling and displaced vertebrae. This can combated by enhancing your overall muscular strength, but also by working closely with a physiotherapist or chiropractor during your period of recovery. [Read More]

Spinal Health: Should You Consult an Expert for Your Back Pain?

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Most people will experience back pain at one point in their lives. In most cases, the cause of the aches can be traced back to strenuous activities such as lifting improperly, poor sleeping habits and bad posture. Often, the pain is not severe and can usually be resolved through the use of heat therapy, ice packs, rest and correction of behaviours. However, in some situations, the underlying problems might not be so simple. [Read More]