Perfect abdominal breathing is readily observed in the newborn but unfortunately as we age, tension and stress in our day-to-day lives restrict this preferred pattern, resulting in a chronic and largely detrimental pattern of breathing.
Headache, migraine, joint pain, fatigue, irritability, bloating and digestion problems: these are just a few of the common symptoms that may arise from an intolerance to gluten. This condition is fast gaining recognition as a key factor in the presentation of chronic health issues.
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).
Many people who suffer from typical tension-type headache, or the more complex migraine, would reach for the simple pain reliever to reduce their headache. And initially, a couple of tablets would quell the headache.
It's that time of year where we are seeing people after their snow adventures. Many people have done the right thing and started a knee strengthening programme before they hit the slopes, and others have just "hit" the slopes.
Many people suffer heel pain. And it doesn't sound so bad - until you have it!
Many people consider that their low back pain was caused by a single incident. However, this is rarely the case. Most peoples' low back pain is from an accumulation of stresses resulting from poor movement patterns and minor lifting strains.
A recent press release from Gartner, talks about how touchscreen technology has been present in various industrial applications for over 20 years, and that “Multitouch on smartphones and the Apple iPhone phenomenon have shown users how useful touch can be with the right implementation, and Apple's introduction of the larger iPad has set off a wave of speculation about changing the industry.”