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
Chronic pain is a significant problem in Australia and the western world. If you have ever suffered chronic pain, you will know the debilitating effect it can have on your life. The effects of chronic pain can be wide-reaching, extending beyond the significant physical issues, to increased work absences and resultant economic stress on individuals,…Details
Chiropractic update As many of you may know, our wonderful chiropractor Kate Oliver has recently been accepted into the Queensland Fire Service and will therefore be reducing her hours at our clinic. We are very proud of her achievement in getting through the rigorous application program and know she will excel in her new field, as…Details
Neck pain is nobody’s friend, and it is definitely not an ideal sleeping companion. Pain-filled nights can leave a person dull, groggy, and not ready to face the day in the morning. Unfortunately, certain sleeping positions can further aggravate neck pain to the point it robs a person of a good night’s sleep. If you suffer…Details
At Coomera Wellness Centre, we like to keep our patients in the loop with the goings-on at our clinic. Today’s update is to let you know that Dr Luke Stubbs (Chiropractor) is taking a well-deserved holiday from 25 August and will be back on board from late September. Our chiropractic patients need not worry however,…Details
This year Spinal Health Week 2015 runs from May 25 to 31, with the theme ‘Get Your Happy Back’.
Every day more and more Australians experience disabling low back pain, neck pain and headaches, limiting their ability to work and engage in an active healthy life.
One explanation for this is the impact an increasingly sedentary lifestyle has on postural fitness. Think about all the hours you spend each day sitting at work or school, on a computer or other mobile device, watching television or playing computer games. Poor posture increases pressure on your spine which can cause low back pain, neck pain, headaches and fatigue.Details
Neck pain is nobody’s friend, and it is definitely not an ideal sleeping companion. Pain-filled nights can leave a person dull, groggy, and not ready to face the day in the morning. Unfortunately, certain sleeping positions can further aggravate neck pain to the point it robs a person of a good night’s sleep.
If you suffer from neck pain, the toll it takes on deep sleep isn’t news to you. What may surprise you, however, is choosing the right pillow can make a huge difference in whether you lie awake grumpily watching the clock or snuggle cozily into dream land.Details