Our Osteopath Chris Jones recently discovered that he had high cholesterol. Here is how he navigated the decision on whether to try to reduce this with diet and supplements, or with medication. “It was a bit of a surprise as I eat well, exercise regularly, don’t smoke, and maintain a pretty healthy weight. But genetics […]

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of Rod Marsh and Shane Warne. The tragic passing of these legendary Australian Cricketers last week has prompted a lot of people to start thinking about their heart health. What can we do to prevent a heart attack? Dr Ross Walker is a leading Cardiologist, […]

We’ve recently been seeing a lot of people who caught Covid in December/January. Even a couple of our practitioners caught it. Obviously the numbers in NSW were huge at that time, and more people were travelling, so it’s not surprising at all. Most people, thankfully, had very mild symptoms that only lasted a few days, […]

Research is awesome. It helps us discover things that can change our lives. One recent discovery is helping us learn new ways to treat the dreaded DOMS! DOMS is Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. It’s the fancy way of describing the pain you feel the day after you do strenuous exercise. That pain you feel after […]

We’ve certainly seen an increase in the number of people who have used Botox in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney in the last couple of years. Well, that’s obvious if you go to Icebergs or Catalina’s I guess. But what we’re talking about today is the use of Botox for things like Migraines, TMJ disorders, and […]

Our Massage Therapist Lewis, who also studied Sports Science, took a look at this question. This is a question we get asked a lot, especially after a tournament like the French Open where we see all these tennis players with bright pink tape on their knees and shoulders. It looks amazing, but does it actually […]

Prolonged sitting is one of the single worst things you can do for your health. Not only is it a cause of lower back pain and poor posture (slumping), it is associated with numerous other health outcomes. They include obesity and a cluster of conditions — increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat […]

Often when you get a scan done, whether it’s an Xray, MRI, CT, or something else, the report comes back showing one problem or another. It can be a bit of a trap to then attribute your symptoms to the problem found in the scan. But is that necessarily accurate? How worried should you really […]

This is an interesting question, and one that we get multiple times a day. We asked our Massage Therapist Lewis Horenko to give us his thoughts, as he also has a background in Sports Science. The first thing to say is that the answer will vary depending on the injury you have, as people with […]