Reverse Neck Curve – What Causes a Cervical Kyphosis? | Posture Doctor
When the neck curve kinks the wrong way, it pushes the head forward. With the head pushed forward, the lower spine is more prominent and vulnerable.
Headache & Migraine | When is Headache Serious?
You don't get important things done and you definitely can't motivate yourself feeling like this. Your headaches leave you feeling isolated from your friends and family, your quality of life is deeply affected and it pretty...
Right Thoracic Scoliosis
But when we lose our body alignment, as we do with scoliosis, the stress and strain of simple daily life (sitting, walking, sleeping and other activities of daily living) lead to muscle tension, pain, weakness,...
Sinus Pain Relief | 5-Minute Congestion Fix
Could your headache be masquerading as a treatable sinus headache? If it is, you will discover this 5 minute congestion fix a lifesaver. Be warned; it's messy!
Advanced Cat Camel Exercise for One-Sided Low Back Pain
The advanced cat camel posture exercise targets the muscles in your flanks. This stretch is tough to co-ordinate when you first begin, but it feels absolutely wonderful and really helps people who experience any one-sided...
Lump On Back Of Neck – What is This Ugly Hump?
If this structural deviation has been there long enough, the vertebral discs may begin to thin, the bony vertebrae may begin to develop spurs and the joints may hypertrophy (grow larger). These are all signs...
Is Your Migraine Masquerading as a Treatable Sinus Headache?
Could your sinus headache be masquerading as migraine? If it is, I have the 5-minute headache cure to prove it - but be warned, this is messy!
How to Decode the Sneaky Signs of Arthritis
Limited range of motion is a term meaning that a joint or body part cannot move through its normal range of motion. Loss of motion may occur if you damage or injure the bones within...
Upright Posture and Tetter-Totters
Postural distortions like forward head posture, being over-weight or having an anatomical short leg lead to chronic muscular contraction, which leads to tissue ischemia, inflammation, fibrosis (scar tissue) and disability.