In this section you will find our latest news letters, research articles that we have looked up or have been researching. Tid bits from seminars that we have attended. 

We are back into full swing. Our Pilates classes have started up with Monica as the lead instructor. Monica comes from a Massage and Yoga instructor background. 

Pilates comes from Joseph Pilates, who said the inspiration came to him during World War One where he developed and practiced his exercise regime on his fellow internees. Pilates background was gymnastics, martial arts and yoga. He combined the movements to bring about what 11 million people world wide now use to help increase their core strength, balance and health. 

To make an appointment with Monica, book on line... read more


After four years of looking. We have found it. We are moving to our very own premises. 54 Perwillowen rd, Burnside. This is only 5 min away from our current location. We will be moving in late november 2018! So excited for you all to see it. 


What Is Happening!


We are well into the New Year and Easter is fast approaching.It feels like we have only just got over the last feast of chocolate and sugar.

Richard and Patrice are back from their travels and settling back in to the swing of things. Settling back in so much that baby number three is on the way and will be coming towards the end of the year.

Lyn went over to the USA see her new grandbaby, Harper and Rhada and had a blast.

As for Peter, Well he’s been saying for the past 6 years that he’s going to retire and the... read more

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Latest research from the BMJ


The Chiropractors' Association of Australia supports evidence from the British Medical Journal, which suggests non-pharmacological treatments such as spinal care are safer and more effective than paracetamol for back pain and osteoarthritis.

Spokesperson Dr Billy Chow, Chiropractor, said “It is a positive reflection on Australia’s health care system to take notice of this latest research which convincingly demonstrates the ineffectiveness of one of the nation’s top-... read more

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In April this year both Kristen and Richard travelled to Sydney to attend a two day seminar on Headaches and Migraines. Headache is the third most common thing that brings people to see chiropractors. 


The most common form of headache is tension-type headache, with a global prevelance of 38%. Whereas migraine only has a prevalance of 10%. 

Prodrome symptoms of migraines include: Malaise, mood changes, food cravings, fatigue and yawning, sensitivity to light and sound, changes to appetite. (These symptoms are associated with increased dopainine activity.) 

Aura... read more