Rafael Nadal injures his Psoas Muscle

Rafael injured his Psoas major muscle and had to pull out of the Australian Open. This is the muscle that is constantly under compression forces just from the sitting positions we are all in from the time we are childred. we go to school and we sit we go to work and...

Risks of Sitting for Back pain and Posture

Research has linked sitting for long periods with a number of health problems, including back and hip pain groin pain, obesity and a cluster of conditions that includes increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal...

Knee Pain Treatment with SOAZ Method

What Does Posture have to do with Knee pain? Let’s talk about it in terms of the most common knee problems. Knee pain is commonly diagnosed as either: cartilage, ligament or knee cap damage. This damage results in walking, running, squatting or climbing stairs...

Non Surgical Spinal Decompression for Back Pain

Back pain is the result of a compressed and tight muscle that sits directly onto our spine. These muscles are our walking muscles. They are constantly under compression from sitting. Over time the muscles take on a shortened position and by doing this they compress...

Leg Length and Why It’s Important to Spinal Health

A short leg is an indication of a distorted pelvis – and because your spine sits on top of the pelvis the spine also  becomes compromised – so unless you have a short leg because of a loss of length in your leg bones due to a very bad accident or you have...

What Mattress to Choose?

I often get asked about what mattress is the best to buy – I think the well known brands have to be competitive and so would be very similar in the make up of the mattress – However one of the main considerations on mattresses today is the bulk the depth...