Vitamin D- Taking care of our bones, teeth and muscles.

Vitamin D is an important vitamin that keeps our bones, teeth and muscles strong and healthy. It is made in our bodies through the help of sunlight and sourced from certain foods. A lack of vitamin D can lead to bone deformities … Continue reading

Off to a Tee!

Golf is hard, let’s make it easier.   Tour golfers are surrounded by a team of professionals whose aim is to ensure that they achieve the optimal performance and as the Olympic cycling team showed, incremental improvements add up to … Continue reading

Massage for Body AND Mind

Massage Therapy is more than just relaxing ‘me’ time and often gets misconstrued as a pamper treatment rather than something that aides physical and emotional well-being. Its not thought of as anything medical at all or related to anything medical, … Continue reading

Summers Here!!

As plants blossom and grow, hanging baskets become laden and the demand for water is incessant, keeping on top of your garden becomes an increasingly physical affair.   Here at Harding Chiropractic we have put together a few tips that … Continue reading

Making the “Transition”

n this article we will discuss: What are transitional Zones? Why do these areas produce pain? Where do these areas cause pain?   What are transitional zones? The transitional zones of the spine are junctions at which the 4 main … 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

Preventing Back Pain – Tips For Choosing A School Bag

Each school year millions of children walk to, from, and around school carrying backpacks filled with books and materials. Parents should be aware that overly stressing the back with a heavy backpack could cause back pain in their child.   … Continue reading

Headaches and Chiropractic

Headaches are so common that almost everyone takes the odd one now and again for granted, but you may be suffering more than you can cope with. What do you do when you suffer from a pounding headache? Do you … Continue reading

What is Sciatica?

“I have sciatica!” Three words I commonly hear from patients in my clinic suffering with lower back and/or leg pain. What many don’t realise is that sciatica is actually a symptom and not a medical condition in its own right; … Continue reading

Back Pain – What’s the Best Position to Sleep in?

For many suffering with lower back pain finding a comfortable sleeping position can be a challenge.  Supporting the injured structures at night can help to reduce the stress on the area. If you prefer to sleep on your side, try … Continue reading