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For those of us who enjoy exercise, sometimes we don’t have time to make a meal out of it. Sometimes, an “exercise snack” has to suffice.

For those who say a lack of time means they never make a meal out of it – about 40 per cent of Australian adults – these “snacks” are a way to start sneaking...

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It’s always a good time to really look at your posture, and check in with how you’re treating the only body you have. Especially with texting and sitting behind a computer at work, followed by sitting in front of a television at home, bad habits are causing an epidemic of folded over posture. Plu...

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People who move unevenly suffer more back pain, plus they look older than their age. Asymmetry will reveal itself when the left and right side of your body looks lopsided on a posture assessment picture, which also means you’re body is not moving the same on both sides. This is a problem because ...

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New guidelines from the British Journal of Sports Medicine recommend getting up and moving about for 2 to 4 hours of your workday to reduce (or prevent) back and neck pain, as well as reduce the risk of serious health conditions like diabetes.

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Simply bending over is a surprisingly common cause of back injury and pain. It often occurs when someone bends at the waist and hips instead of bending the knees to lower the body.

To increase stability and minimize straining your back when you bend down, be sure to keep your head right above yo...

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How’s your driving posture? As people become more posture aware, many notice their posture is more bent forward on the drive home than it was during the morning drive to work. Most likely the culprit is fatigue and/or sitting in front of a computer all day.

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A lot of people think their posture is pretty good, and when they stand tall their head is level head and body is aligned properly over their feet.

However, a quick check with a posture picture often shows a different reality, with head jutting slightly forward and upper back rounded… making the...

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Did you know you can strengthen your posture as you brush your teeth? It’s easy, just lift one leg (bend the knee and bring it up slightly) and balance on one foot as you brush.

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Guy is a great practitioner. My back pain is feeling so much better after having it for so long. Highly recommended.
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About Impulse Adjusting System

Impulse adjusting is a new technique developed to provide controlled treatments to the specific areas you’re having trouble with.

Just as lasers have replaced scalpels in some surgeries, advanced technology has become available to chiropractors to assist in delivering adjustments. The Impulse Adjusting Instrument was specifically created to deliver gentle and precise adjustments to the joints of the spine and extremities to relieve pain and restore function.

The Impulse Adjusting Instrument is controlled by micro-computer circuitry housed within the device that produces a controlled force that chiropractors can use to treat different areas of the body. 

What does it feel like?
Chiropractic adjustments with the Impulse Adjusting Instrument feel like a light tapping sensation on the area that is being treated. In most cases the treatment is painless and after the adjustment many patients feel relief of pain and improved mobility. Of course, results vary from case to case and chronic conditions, inflammation or muscle spasm may delay these positive effects.


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