Back to school tips. Starting the school year many of our young patients or children of our patients will pack their books, polish their shoes and head back to school, ready for the year ahead. However, kids don’t often think about the impact that common classroom activities like sitting in a classroom, carrying a heavy … Continue reading Back to school tips: Are your kids practising these healthy habits in school?
Cranbourne Chiropractor Dr Shaun Beovich is encouraging locals in Cranbourne, Berwick, Clyde and Narre Warren not to let pain hold them back this Christmas. Back pain, neck pain, shoulder aches and headaches can be debilitating and an unwanted discomfort through this Christmas period. So to help people move better and feel better Cranbourne Chiropractic Centre … Continue reading Chiropractor Cranbourne “Don’t let pain hold you back”
Is chiropractic good for pain relief and is it safe? A recent article by Harvard Health Publications at Harvard Medical School to discuss the use of chiropractic care for pain relief. Currently thousands see the treatment of chiropractors however many don’t realise the wide variety of treatments a chiropractor can use to help relieve back … Continue reading Chiropractic pain relief and safety
Poor posture due to excessive screen time is a contributing factor to neck pain. To illustrate that point, on the weekend I was at a local park with the kids not from the chiropractic clinic. A family group of two young kids, parents and a grand parent came walking across the park and sat on … Continue reading Neck pain at the park
With half of Australians not sufficiently physically active, residents of Cranbourne are being encouraged to ‘Get Spine Active’ and take control of their spinal health this World Spine Day. Celebrated each year on 16 October, people from around the world come together to raise awareness about spinal disorders and empower others to take charge of … Continue reading ‘Get Spine Active’ this World Spine Day
Staying connected to friends and family is easier than ever with social media. The tradeoff is that your daily screen time may be 1, 2, 3 hours or more. And let’s face it, a lot of those hours online are spent in an awkward forward head posture that experts have begun to call “tech neck.” … Continue reading Is Your Mobile Phone Causing Tech Neck?
You turn your head or bend down to lift something and “CRACK”! What is it? Did you injure something? The first time that happens can be terrifying. Well, you don’t need to worry. That cracking sound is probably not a broken bone. It typically occurs in the facet joints, or knuckles, of your spinal column … Continue reading What Happens When You Hear a “CRACK” in Your Spine?
Here at Cranbourne Chiropractic I’m often asked about how useful that colourful tape is? It’s difficult to find a single sporting event where you won’t see an athlete wearing colourful tape somewhere on their body. You may have wondered what it is, and more importantly what it’s used for. The tape is called kinesio tape … Continue reading Tape: All Hype or Scientifically Sound?
If you’ve had neck or back pain that you could pinpoint with your finger, or experienced sharp pains when you move, it may be related to the facet joints of your spine. It’s easy to think of your facet joints like the “knuckles” of your spine. They are small joints and have a capsule and … Continue reading Facet Joints: Gliding Your Way to Better Health
The average human head weighs about 3.6kg. Each day we all walk around with a bowling ball (our head) balancing on a toothpick (our neck). We are designed this way to allow for the full range of motion we all know and love. Even under the best circumstances, this places a lot of stress on … Continue reading The Bowling Ball and the Pin: How Poor Posture Causes Neck Pain