1 07, 2011

Back To School: Is Your Child’s Backpack Too Heavy?

2020-06-05T17:26:47+10:00

Today, the average weight carried in our children’s backpacks is understood to be a staggering 30-40% of their own body weight. Repetitive loading on the spine is well understood to be a prominent risk factor in the development of spinal pain and considering today’s increasing incidence of back pain and scoliosis in children and adolescents, such facts unfortunately come as no surprise.

Back To School: Is Your Child’s Backpack Too Heavy?2020-06-05T17:26:47+10:00
8 03, 2011

Scoliosis And Neurology – A Better Understanding Of Scoliosis

2020-06-05T16:40:00+10:00

It was an honour to be recently asked by Dr. Anthony O’Reilly from The Chiropractic Alumni (tCa) to present a lecture on the “Neurology of Scoliosis” at a Sydney College of Chiropractic and Macquarie University Department of Chiropractic Conference (20 August 2011).

Scoliosis And Neurology – A Better Understanding Of Scoliosis2020-06-05T16:40:00+10:00
4 01, 2011

Easter Posture

2020-06-09T12:05:39+10:00

With the first round of school holidays coming on April 8-27 (in NSW), children are going to be enjoying a break from pencils, books and "teachers' dirty looks" for a couple of weeks over Easter.

Easter Posture2020-06-09T12:05:39+10:00