Spring has Sprung! – How to look after your body after winter hibernation, when you get exercising again.

A lot of us will be out and about on these lovely spring days, whether that’s on bicycles, jogging, picking daffodils or even Easter egg hunting! So here are some tips to help ease you back into exercise: When bending … Continue reading

The Shoulder: Part 2.

By Associate Chiropractor Drew Smy   In this article I will discuss: The structure of the Shoulder Blade (Scapula). The function of the Scapula How Scapula dysfunction can lead to injury How to rehabilitate or prevent scapular dysfunction   Structure … Continue reading

The Shoulder: Part 1

Courtesy of our new Associate Chiropractor Andrew Smy Have you sustained a shoulder injury? Or are you experiencing pain in the shoulder? This blog will explain the anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder to provide an outline for how injuries … Continue reading

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

The shoulder is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body.  It has to be incredibly mobile, while remaining stable enough to move well, making it vulnerable to injury. The anatomy The shoulder joint is known as … Continue reading