News For This Year
Chiropractic News 2018
News, Special Events and Monthly Themes
WOMENS’ HEALTH – Pregnancy and Fertility, Muti-tasking, Feeding the clan, Stress busting, Posture Perfect. This month we focus on acknowledging and supporting the role of Mums in the world, especially noting that they often put their health and wellbeing last.
KIDS and CHIROPRACTIC? Why would a child need to see a Chiropractor. Growing spines, nerve and brain development and co-ordination? These are all important aspects of healthy happy families. Imagine raising a child that never needs drugs or days off school. That’s what we see happens when a spine and nervous system is working at 100%.
Spinal Health Week- previously referred to as Chiropractic care week. This is an initiative from the Chiropractor Association of Australia, to boost community knowledge of the importance of spine and nervous system care.
Stay tuned for special events, spinal health check-ups and workshops on boosting your body.
This is the time of year when we focus on helping people cope with the cold and flu season.
Ask us about what impacts Chiropractic had in the days before antibiotics. Reports indicate that the 1917-18 flu epidemic saw some amazing differences in survival using Chiropractic care vs conventional care. We’d love to see more research in this area as we often have reports from patients who note a significant change in their susceptibility to colds and flus after beginning care.
Tuesday September 18th
Chiropractic’s 123 rd Birthday! We are lucky as a profession that has a clearly defined beginning time. The first adjustment was given in 1895. It is credited with restoring a mans hearing and it is only recently that we have been able to explain the possible mechanism behind this “Chiropractic Miracle”.
Tuesday October 16th
This years global theme is “LOVE YOUR SPINE”. World spine day aims to bring focus to back pain and other spinal issues. Estimates suggest that 1 billion people worldwide are suffering form back pain. It’s not just the elderly but impacts every age, including children. Many parts of the world have little or no access to any form of care for spines. Less developed countries often see people with heavy manual labour tasks which have a massive negative effect on the health of spines and nervous systems.