Roll up onto the sit bones by imagining a little more space between your pubic bone and your ribcage….
TMJ and bruxism can cause pain or discomfort in your Jaw, Face or neck TMJ or bruxism is a painful disorder that 20% of the adult population in Australia experience at some point. It is caused by involuntary grinding or clenching of your teeth that can wear down the teeth, crack your teeth, cause headaches,
In the last few years, research into stress and it’s affects on health have gained a lot of interest both in the general public as well as among people working in health, social sciences, and the corporate world. There is increased concern on how stress is impacting the overall population at large and the workforce
Jaw clicking or popping – refers to a clicking/popping sound from the jaw, sometimes accompanied by a sensation of pain. You may hear this sound when you open your mouth too wide while yawning or eating, at other times, it may be the result of a problem with the function of the Temporomandibular joints (TMJ).
Muscle knots aka myofascial trigger points (MTPs) are painful small bundles of muscle fibres within a muscle that are unable to properly release and instead remain tight. Simply put, these are actually layers of connective tissues that get stuck together and stop gliding. There is quite a bit of confusion as to what causes knots
Pain is an uncomfortable, unpleasant sensation generally indicating injury or an issue with the body. It involves a complex interaction between nerves, spinal cord, and the brain. Unfortunately, pain is part of life. We all experience some kind of pain in our daily lives, even if we don’t have any medical condition. How we experience
A significant percentage of medical conditions such as nerve disorders, muscle disorders, and tendon disorders prevalent in today’s workplaces can be attributed to an increasingly sedentary life or work environment. These are often collectively referred to as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), occupational overuse syndrome (OOS) or repetitive strain injuries (RSIs). More often than not, making changes
Working long, tiring hours at a desk can be a potential source of the intense pain including, headaches, migraines, shoulder pain, back pain, stress, depression and a host of other physical and mental illnesses that many office workers face in today’s workplace. Remedial Massage can be an effective way to improve posture, relieve pain, lower stress,
Pregnancy Massage For Headaches A woman’s body goes through a lot of physical, physiological, emotional, psychological, and hormonal changes during pregnancy. These changes can trigger new aches and pains. Although they are not usually a cause of concern, headaches are one of the most common sources of pain experienced by women during pregnancy. Getting a
Myotherapy For Headaches The percentage of people suffering from “headache disorders” is on the rise these days, thanks to our labor-intensive and sedentary working culture. According to a survey conducted by the WHO, tension-type headaches and migraines are among the most prevalent disorders of mankind. A pain-killer or some rest is often all you need