By Peter Foley (Registered Podiatrist) Growing pains are a common complaint of young patients, with a recent Australian study estimating between 35 and 40% of children aged 4-6 years are affected. Older children may also be affected at any age up to the completion of puberty. What are Growing pains? Growing pains are typified by…Details
We apologise to any patients who have had difficulty contacting us via telephone recently. We are in the process of connecting to the nbn and have had some intermittent issues with our phone lines. If you have trouble getting through to us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or for bookings, visit our website at…Details
It has been good, but it is time for a change. Time for a fresh new name that better reflects our services and who we are as a clinic. So we will soon be changing our name to Spine Sport Feet clinic! Oh and the elephant in the room…we are located in Helensvale, not Coomera. It has now been a few…Details
Keely is an experienced, passionate and caring Remedial Massage therapist with a wide range of skills, including: Remedial / Deep Tissue Massage Pregnancy Massage Hot rocks Massage Relaxation Massage Keely’s main mission is simple; to help people recognise, mobilise and awaken the healthy, happy and pain free versions of themselves and in turn, completely revolutionise…Details
By Peter Foley (Registered Podiatrist) It is not uncommon for enthusiastic athletes in late primary school and early high school to experience significant pain in their heels when participating in sport. The most common cause of heel pain in patients of this age is calcaneal apophysitis (sometimes called Sever’s syndrome). What is Calcaneal apophysis?…Details
As part of Spinal Health Week 2018, we at Coomera Wellness Centre are encouraging patients to make small lifestyle changes to improve your spinal health and wellbeing. Musculoskeletal conditions are very common, affecting 30% (6.9 million) of all Australians (including 3.7 million people with back problems). While in some cases this cannot be avoided (such as…Details
Our intrepid traveller has returned from his overseas adventures and will back in the clinic from Thursday 17 May 2018. As many of you will know, our much-loved chiropractor Lincoln Hansen has been enjoying a well-deserved holiday overseas. What you may not have heard is that he was featured on NBC television in the US while he…Details
Congratulations to our Aussie athletes who have competed in the Games so far – what an incredible effort! We can’t wait to see what is yet to come. We are OPEN for the duration of the Commonwealth Games and are pleased to say that contrary to expectations, traffic in our area has been a breeze…Details
Thousands of athletes from around the world have arrived to participate in the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. Did you know that many athletes and sporting professionals incorporate chiropractic care into their overall health regimen? With the Australian love of sport, we regularly come across sporting-related ailments and provide care to patients who participate…Details
Coomera Wellness Centre would like to wish you a very happy and safe Easter long weekend!
We will be closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Monday, however we are OPEN on Saturday from 7:30am-1pm.
Standard opening hours will resume on Tuesday 3 April 2018.
The Commonwealth Games are nearly here – our clinic plan and tips to help you navigate our local area
The Commonwealth Games are fast approaching (4 – 15 April 2018), bringing with them the promise of fun and exciting times…and certain challenges when it comes to navigating travel. First of all, we know that your health needs don’t take a break, so it will be business as usual at Coomera Wellness Centre for the duration of the Games (see…Details