Poor Posture

Would you keep driving your car with poor wheel alignment, causing uneven “wear and tear” on your expensive tyres, and the steering wheel giving you a morning shake-up? Perhaps like me you’ve been one of those people who were constantly told “stand-up straight”, “keep shoulders back” and other well-meaning advice!…

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Pain Research

To find out if Kinesiology was a good therapy to help reduce chronic pain and make people feel better , I thought that we should do some clinical research. SO WE DID!
 
 
In 2004 we found 25 people who were willing to bring us their pain and have the…

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Dealing with Nerves and Anxiety

Anticipation anxiety – that nervousness about an upcoming event – can have a drastic effect on a person’s life: socially, academically, at work and at play.  When we get nervous the body responds by producing chemicals that can alter brain and body function to the extent that people can flush…

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A Fibromyalgia Story

I’d like to tell you about Cathy, a 38 year old woman who had recently been diagnosed with fibromyalgia when she came to see me. She was not happy with the advice of her specialist who told her that he could not help her anymore, and she should just go…

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Knee pain that will not heal

An acute injury that is self-limiting (will heal itself) in a few days or weeks can, for a variety of reasons, become a chronic (on-going) pain that can even worsen over time, perhaps developing into a disability.  That person ends up with a complex issue of continuous inflammation, restricted movement…

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Pain Be Gone

It can be quite a challenge to describe what I do and how I help people to reclaim their life and their lifestyle, especially as Kinesiology is a new therapy and can be experienced in many ways depending on the training and experience of the practitioner you visit. 
 My…

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