When is tired tired, and when is it something else?

 With Acupuncturist Sue Booth So whats the right kind of tired and when is feeling tired a sign of something else?  I had a patient on Monday who complained about tiredness. We ran through the possible reasons but it made...

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Moroccan Carrot Salad

With Yoga Teacher Kate Dutton This is one of my favourite salads and a hit with family and friends alike.  It’s a mish-mash of a few recipes for Moroccan Carrot Salad and I sometimes change it up depending on what...

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Quick A-Z of rotator cuff pain

With Physiotherapist Chris Davies  The rotator cuff is a group of 4 small muscles which originate from the shoulder blade, and come together as a group of tendons which form a “cuff” over the top of the arm bone at...

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THE LOWDOWN ON MAGNESIUM 

  With Acupuncturist Sue Booth                           Magnesium deficiency is very common in the 21st century and simple to correct! Functions of magnesium:  Magnesium is crucial to body function It is a...

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How Can Cranial Osteopathy Help My Baby & My Family?

With Osteopath Dr Mel Jhey   Did you know that National Law prevents Osteopaths from using client testimonials? Instead I have compiled a summary of health complaints I have personally been able to help clients with by using Cranial Osteopathy techniques.         Babies...

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The Shoulder – Basic Anatomy, Injuries and When to Seek Help

With Dr Mel Jhey The shoulder is an incredibly complex joint. Overall, in the human body in the shoulder we see less stability in exchange for increased range of movement and flexibility. The three main bones that make up the...

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Osteopathy for your babies, children and teens

With Osteopath Dr Mel Jhey. Here are a few things I have been able to help babies, children and teens with during my time as an Osteopath. Babies: constant crying, reflux, colic, wry neck (torticollis), postural strains post birth (baby looks...

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Aloha to the lovers of Kahuna Massage

I experienced the depths and possibilities of Ishinees KaHuna massage several years ago at a fractous and transformational time in my life. My shoulder and neck were tight, a friend suggested I see Isheeni, I left her clinic feeling...

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Hip Dysplasia in infants – More common than you think.

Osteopath Dr Mel Jhey talks hip dysplasia in infants  When the hip joint doesn't form properly before birth or as a child grows, it can lead to misalignment of the hip joint causing symptoms of pain and possible early arthritis of...

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Why is everyone so allergic?

A discussion on allergies with nutritionist Nikki Wood  If it’s not pollen, mould or dust mites, it’s some sort of food allergy… Going out for dinner can be a minefield, both for those with allergies and for the poor chefs...

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