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Managing and Preventing Injury for Manual Labourers

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Bathurst has a long and proud history of housing manual labourers of all kinds. The city has numerous homeowners who work in trades of farming, as well as working on landscaping and remodelling projects on their own homes. Some of the time the results of heavy labouring can cause injury such as musculoskeletal pain. What […]

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The Effects of Chiropractic Adjustments on Reaction Times

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Chiropractic care is a form of alternative medicine that focuses on diagnosing and treating mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially of the spine. The main treatment technique involves manual therapy – manipulation of the spine, soft tissues and other joints. Other treatment techniques include exercises, mindfullness and health and lifestyle counselling. Chiropractic care is […]

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How Chiropractic May Improve Your Running

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The Bathurst Park Run, held every Saturday at 8am, is a great way to enjoy regular exercise. This free-to-enter race has become quite a social event with many walking the 5km circuit of Bicentennial Park with their children in prams or jogging along with their four-legged friends. The average run time for 5km’s is approximately 25 minutes and […]

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What is Heart Rate Variability and How is it Useful?

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If somebody was to mention Heart Rate Variability (HRV), to most people it would conjure up images of hospital care and heart monitors. However it actually is far more in line with chiropractic healthcare than the name would immediately suggest. HRV is designed as a test of the patient’s nervous system. The name has been […]

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Lower Back Pain in Fast Bowlers – Cricket Injuries

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There are many misconceptions around cricket, and perhaps the biggest one is the physical stress that the sport has upon its players. As we near the end of the cricket season, some fast bowlers may be experiencing back pain. Due to a combination of the techniques required and the physical movements involved, bowlers are susceptible […]

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How to Avoid the Six Most Common Tennis Injuries

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Tennis works your core, thighs, and biceps, all while adding agility and improving your anaerobic health. Like any sport, however, it comes with its fair share of injuries. These are the six you’re most likely to encounter on the court. Sprained Ankle Moving laterally exposes you to an abnormally high risk of ankle strains, but […]

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Christmas Foods to Eat for Good Health

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Along with the Christmas holiday season come all those family get-togethers and party invitations. It is generally a time to enjoy good food, great hospitality and to relax some of the rules of a healthy lifestyle that we try to follow for the rest of the year. In order to avoid gaining too many kilograms […]

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Australian Open Golf and Preventing Golfing Injuries

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The Australian Open Golf Championship is our nation’s oldest golf tournament. First played over a hundred years ago, the event this year takes place at the Australian Golf Club, Rosebery, Sydney for a record 20th time. Bathurst Chiropractor, Ben Purcell, explains that whilst golf is not generally regarded as requiring a great degree of physical […]

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Reducing Stress in Your Life

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Mental Health Australia (MHA) is leading the annual, October 10th World Mental Health Day campaign in Australia.  This year’s theme is ‘Mental Health in the Workplace’ and MHA’s ‘Do You See What I See’ campaign challenges our perceptions of mental illness. It encourages all of us to take a more positive view of mental health […]

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Injury Prevention in Contact Sports

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Rugby League is probably the most popular football code here in NSW, but other sports like AFL, Rugby Union, hockey and soccer are very popular as well. Although Rugby League is traditionally a male dominated sport, the popularity of the different codes among women is rising (as the huge popularity of the Women’s Rugby World […]

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