An alternative solution for back pain and bad posture is non-invasive, non-forceful Inversion Therapy, which was used as early as 400 BC by Hippocrates, who suspended patients upside down on a ladder, to allow gravity to exercise therapeutic traction. In the 1960s, Dr Robert Martin (an osteopath, chiropractic and medical doctor) introduced the ‘Gravity Guidance […]

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Many people experience the common problem of stiff and tight hips. Sitting at a desk for long periods of time or doing activities and sports that include running, cycling and jumping can stiffen the front hip flexors and make the outer hips tight. However, having tight hips is not just related to physical tension. Have […]

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Daleen Totten briefly interviews Dr Juan van Breda on the difference between chiropractic, osteopathic and craniosacral as therapy. Please follow and like us:

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Dr Juan van Breda on chiropractic care, different techniques depending on the individual, we touch on osteoporosis, infant adjusting and self-care. Please follow and like us:

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Simon Nye explains Craniosacral Therapy, an extension of Osteopathy. He briefly discusses the history and how this treatment improves all aspects of health. Discover how Craniosacral Therapy is different to Chiropractic care and how the impact of trauma and stress can lock in the experience structurally, causing restrictions. Craniosacral Therapy can release the impact of […]

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²‘Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul are open.’ ~ B.K.S. Lyengar The origins of the ancient science of energy healing are rooted in Hinduism and Buddhism, and date back to the time of […]

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Expert yogi Sharni Quinn explains how you can get the maximum out of your cycling training by adding yoga into the mix. As a cyclist, you understand how to train hard, you know how to push your body and you have probably achieved great results. However, what if you could also boost your power, stay […]

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‘As the twig is bent, so grows the tree’ ~ William Garner Sutherland (1873 – 1954), founder of cranial osteopathy Osteopathic philosophy is based on the idea that the body works best when it moves as nature intended. ‘When you have adjusted the physical to its normal demands, nature supplies the remainder.’ ~ Dr Andrew […]

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Pain is a symptom, often a very strong symptom. It is a personal experience, and is influenced by all that we have learned and experienced, culturally and in our upbringing. While pharmaceutical drugs are powerful and can provide rapid pain relief, they often have side-effects when used in the long term. Dr David Nye describes […]

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With acknowledgement to the British Chiropractic Association and the Chiropractice Association of South Africa Today, back pain can be considered as one of the most common of all physical complaints in the world. It is therefore one of the single most important factors in time lost from work and recreation – the condition should be […]

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